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Monday, March 14, 2016

Termite Termidor Injection Sill Plate and Studs Middlesex County NJ 732-284-3807

  Termite Termidor Injection Sill Plate and Studs
Middlesex County New Jersey

HOME GUARD PREMIUM MONTHLY SERVICE PEST PLAN
Monmouth County NJ
Eliminex Exterminators  732-284-3807
(Initial Interior Exterior Treatment with
every
MONTHLY Scheduled Pest Control Services)

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  1. Treatment of 25 General Insect Pests for the Full Interior and Exterior Perimeter ~  Acrobat Ants/Crazy Ants/Little Black Ants/Odorous House Ants/Pavement Ants/Thief Ants/Large Yellow Ants/Palmetto Bugs/Brown Banded Tree Roaches/Pennsylvania Roaches/Wood Roaches/Oriental Roaches/Boxelder Beetles/Lady Bugs/Centripedes/Clover Mites/Earwigs/Millipedes/Pill Bugs/Silverfish/Crickets/Spiders/Ground Beetle/Elm Leaf Beetle/Drug Store Beetle                                                                                                                                   
  2. Excluded in the Plan ~ Bed Bugs/German Roaches/Rats/Carpenter Ants/Termites/Carpenter Bees/Wood Destroying Beetles/Fleas/Ticks/Pharoah Ants/Citronella Ants/Carpet Beetles/Springtails/Honey Bees/Free Flying Insects/Mosquitoes/Drain Flies/Fruit Flies/Sewer and Blow Flies/Squirrels/Snakes/Birds                                                                                                    
  3. Treat Interior Spot / Space / Crack and Crevice Spray and/or Dusting Bedrooms, Bathrooms, Kitchen,Basement,Living Room, Basement, Garage,Storage Shed,Utility Room, Accessible Entry point of attic, all accessible finished and unfinished areas                                                    
  4. Spray Exterior of Home / Perimeter of Foundation / Perimeter of Property Line / Ornamentals up to 10 feet high using a Back Pack and / or JD-9 Sprayer                                                                       
  5. Mosquito and Tick Exterior Perimeter Spraying up to 1 acre plus Turf and Ornamentals  during peak season.                                                                                                                                      
  6. Install Exterior Perimeter Mice Bait Stations and also Utility Room and Garage Areas and check / maintain every 90 days                                                                                                        
  7. 4 corner Termite Baiting Station FREE Installation and every 90 day monitoring.   Exterior Perimeter Exposed Soil will be covered under prevention plan.   Subslab injection and interior treatment will be an extra fee if ever necessary to maintain a termite free structure                       
  8. 50% off Wildlife Control for 1 emergency project in a year




Quarterly Insect Pest Protection Plan Central NJ
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We recommend you Hire an Independent Licensed Home Inspector as we only inspect for Termites
Carpenter Ants  Carpenter Bees and Damage caused by Wood Destroying Insects.



 1. Ensure that all the utilities are turned on and functional. Make sure the water, electric and the heating system are functional before ordering a home inspection. If any one of these systems is not functional at the time of inspection, the house should not be inspected. To purchase a home without a through inspection of any one of the utilities could lead to some very expensive repairs. For example, if the water is not turned on, none of the plumbing, the bathrooms, the hot water heater, the dishwasher, the kitchen sink and possibly the complete heating system can not be inspected. The home inspector is only responsible for what can be inspected the day of inspection. If he has to return to inspect something that was not available for inspection at the time of inspection, there is an extra charge.
 2. Many times vacant houses have been vacant for a long time and are sold at what appears to be a great price. However, vacant houses sometimes develop some hidden problems that eliminate the savings. Some hidden problems may be:
 a. Broken or leaking pipes in the wall that are not visible
 b. Sheet rock or plaster damage to the walls or ceilings caused by improper heating. (If the house was not being heated and the house interior temperature dropped to the freezing point, the result can be some serious damage.)
 c. Animals, such as squirrels, birds, or raccoons, have moved into the attic.
 To be sure that the bargain price on a vacant house is really a bargain, we have two recommendations: First, get a good home inspection, and second, get exact repair cost of any repairs that the inspector recommends. In other words, don't guess at repairs for which there could be hidden costs.
 3. A house that has been vacant for a long time (over a year) one should really try to find out why it remained vacant for so long. One should investigate the following:
 a. Was the house over priced? Houses that are priced right usually sell.
 b. Is it an estate sale? Most times the house can't be sold till the estate is settled.
 c. Is there a structural problem?
 d. Is there an environmental problem? A vacant house with a water leak is a prime candidate for mold.
 e. Has there been an environmental clean up from a leaking in ground oil tank?
 f. Is there a termite damage problem?

TERMITE INSPECTION -  Never, never, never, buy a house in New Jersey without having a good thorough termite inspection. Eight out of ten houses we inspect have some type of termite damage. However, most of the time the damage we find is minor and can be fixed for a few hundred dollars. The houses with the serious damage are usually houses that have water penetration problems and have not been properly maintained. The following is some good information about termites and the termite inspection:











Master Technician Explains the Process of Inspecting and Evaluating Mosquitoes
in your Basement, Garage, Shed and Decking, and Yard



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House Mouse | Deer Mice | Field Mice | Squirrel | Mosquito | Cockroach Exterminators NJ

Free Inspection Squirrel Trapping and Repairs / Exclusion with up to a 2 year warranty

Eliminex Exterminators are Accredited Better Business A+
Eliminex Exterminators are NJ State Licensed and Insured by DEPE and Wildlife Control #97469A

Real Estate Certificate for Termite Inspection $145 for central NJ

Can visit our termite website directly at
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732-309-4209

Average sized home for a Termite Treatment ranges from $725 - $865
Can Add Free Installation 4 Termite Bait Stations by ADVANCE TBS
with 3 times a year Service and Monitoring for a fee to provide a year round termite warranty

Call to schedule and inspection 732-309-4209

One Time treatments for General Insect Pests from a 30 day to 1 year warranty

We also Provide Year Round Service for General Insect Pests and Rodents

Squirrel Trapping and Removal with Repairs comes with option of 6 month and 2 Year Warranty

Mice Exterminating for an average size home we have a promotion providing a 90 day Guarantee with the option to also add exclusion and seal up providing a full unlimited 1 Year Warranty

Attic Cleanup Decontamination is also available after trapping for $2 per square foot (400 sf minimum)

Call to schedule and inspection 732-640-5488

Bed Bug Treatment special we are promoting is the first room for $445 and each additional room for $175. Follow up treatments for bigger bed bug infestations are optional. Call for details

Serving Middlesex, Mercer, Somerset, Union, Monmouth, Essex, Ocean Counties














Behaviour



Eating
House mice usually run, walk, or stand on all fours, but when eating, fighting, or orienting themselves, they rear up on their hind legs with additional support from the tail - a behaviour known as "tripoding". Mice are good jumpers, climbers, and swimmers, and are generally considered to be thigmotactic, i.e. usually attempts to maintain contact with vertical surfaces.
Mice are mostly crepuscular or nocturnal; they are averse to bright lights. The average sleep time of a captive house mouse is reported to be 12.5 hours per day.[citation needed] They live in a wide variety of hidden places near food sources, and construct nests from various soft materials. Mice are territorial, and one dominant male usually lives together with several females and young. Dominant males respect each other's territories and normally enter another's territory only if it is vacant. If two or more males are housed together in a cage, they often become aggressive unless they have been raised together from birth.
House mice primarily feed on plant matter, but are omnivorous.They eat their own faeces to acquire nutrients produced by bacteria in their intestines.] House mice, like most other rodents, do not vomit.
Mice are generally afraid of rats which often kill and eat them, a behavior known as muricide. Despite this, free-living populations of rats and mice do exist together in forest areas in New ZealandNorth America, and elsewhere. House mice are generally poor competitors and in most areas cannot survive away from human settlements in areas where other small mammals, such as wood mice, are present. However, in some areas (such as Australia), mice are able to coexist with other small rodent species





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 - A.D.A.M.
An engorged bedbug after a blood meal. A.D.A.M.

Updated February 01, 2016.

What are Bedbugs?

Bedbugs, scientific name Cimex lectularius, are a flat wingless insect, typically of a brown or reddish color. It is typically about half of a centimeter in length (about half the size of a dime). These insects are blood-sucking parasites, and usually feed at night – mostly on people. Feedings typically last about 5 to 10 minutes, and these insects can go months between meals, making them difficult to eradicate.
Bedbugs can be difficult to find, as they tend to hide during the day, although can leave clues to their presence. These include black specks on sheets and mattresses, which are a mix of droppings and other body parts. These insects tend to be found in hotels, homeless shelters, and overcrowd areas, although can also be found in areas of high socioeconomic status.

Do Bedbugs Cause Rashes?

Bedbug bites can be mistaken for allergic rashes, especially urticaria. Bites appear as itchy bumps on skin that is uncovered while sleeping. The rash may be grouped in a line, which shows the pattern of the insect feeding. Bumps tend to be redder in the morning and fade later in the day.

Can I Be Allergic to Bedbugs?

Most people bitten by bedbugs assume that they have experienced an allergic reaction to something. The reaction is typically an irritant effect to the insect bite, and not an allergy. While most people are not allergic to bedbugs, there are rare reports of anaphylaxisoccurring as a result of bedbug bites.

What Can Be Done for Bedbug Bites?

Physicians may misdiagnose bedbug bites as allergic reactions, and treat people with steroid pills, creams or antihistamines.
While antihistamines may decrease the itching associated with the insect bites, these medications will not make the rash go away.Steroid creams, such as hydrocortisone (Cortaid, for example), can help the itch and rash resolve quickly.

Do Bedbugs Cause Other Problems?

If the bumps from bedbugs are scratched to the point of breaking the skin, the bite may become infected.
This may appear as increased pain, redness or oozing at the site, and may worsen, rather than get better, over time. If this occurs, immediate medical attention is needed.
It appears possible that bedbugs may be able to transmit the hepatitis B virus, as this virus has been found in bedbug droppings.
Bedbugs may also be able to transmit the parasite Trypanosoma cruzi, which causesChagas Disease.





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Feeding & reproduction[change | change source]

Usually both male and female mosquitoes feed on nectar and plant juices. In many species the mouthparts of the females are adapted for piercing the skin of animal hosts and sucking their blood as ectoparasites. In many species, the female needs to get proteins from a blood meal before she can produce eggs. In many other species, she can produce more eggs after a blood meal.
They lay their eggs in pools of water. The larvae move around near the surface of the water, breathing through air tubes that stick out of the water. They get their food from the water, usually eating algae and other tiny creatures. They like to wiggle around near the surface, which is why some people call them wigglers. The larvae usually enter the pupa stage within a few days or weeks of hatching, depending on the water temperature and the species. [3]
The pupae are called tumblers because they tumble in the water if the water is touched. Tumblers do not eat, but they move around in the water a lot, and like larvae, they breathe from tubes that stick out of the water. The pupa stage is short (only for a few days), and then the mosquito becomes an adult.
There are many species of mosquito. This comes about because, of those which suck blood, each species is adapted to a different host or group of hosts. There are two subfamilies, 43 genera and over 3,500 species of the Culicidae.[4]

Vectors for disease[change | change source]

Mosquitoes are a vector (carrier) which carries disease-causing viruses and parasites from person to person.
The principal mosquito borne diseases are the viral diseases yellow feverdengue fever and malaria carried by the genera Anopheles and Culex. Mosquitoes transmit disease to more than 700 million people annually inAfricaSouth AmericaCentral AmericaMexico and much of Asia with millions of resulting deaths.[5][6]

Mosquito control[change | change source]



Dragonflies are natural predators of mosquitoes.
Methods used to prevent the spread of disease, or to protect individuals in areas where disease is endemic include:
  1. Vector control aimed at mosquito eradication. Habitat change: removing stagnant water and other breeding areas; pesticides; natural predators; and trapping.
  2. Disease prevention, using prophylactic drugs and vaccines; and preventing mosquito bites, with insecticidesnets and repellents.

Water[change | change source]

Standing water, as in a pond or lake, is the main breeding ground. It may or may not be practical to eliminate this water. The water in bird baths can be changed once a week, but one can hardly do that with larger bodies of water. The method used to be: spray water with DDT, but that does a lot of damage, and in any event the mosquito is now highly resistant to the chemical.

Organic repellents[change | change source]

With increasing reports of the harmful effects DEET has on humans, there has been a move to repellents which are organic. These are of the kind that have had traditional household purposes before their being used as mosquito repellents.[7]

Natural predators[change | change source]

The dragonfly nymph eats mosquitoes at all stages of development and is quite effective in controlling populations.[8] Some copepods are predators on first instar larvae, killing up to 40 Aedes larvae per day.[9] A number of fish eat mosquito larvae, including goldfishcatfishpiranhas, and minnows.

Termites are an order of social insects, the Isoptera. They are sometimes called "white ants", incorrectly, because ants belong to the Order Hymenoptera.
They are eusocial animals, as are ants and some bees and wasps. Termites mostly feed on detritus, mostly wood, leaf litter, soil, or animal dung. There are an estimated 4,000 species (about 2,600 taxonomically known). About 10% are pests which can cause serious structural damage to buildings, crops or plantation forests.




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