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Pest Control Services Near Sparta, NJ

At Prestige Pest Unit & House Wash, we are committed to green pest control services. We serve Sparta, NJ, and the surrounding regions. An eco-friendly pest control approach avoids using harsh chemicals when removing mosquitos and other pests. When bugs and other pests take over your yard, it can be challenging to enjoy the great outdoors. Our staff understands the importance of the environment's health, and we are committed to taking the safest approach.

With green pest control, you can lengthen your property's health and provide a safe environment for your family and friends.
Mosquitoes, ticks, stinging insects, and other backyard insects are a few of the culprits that can wreak havoc on your property and prevent you from peacefully enjoying your landscape. Contact Prestige Pest Unit & House Wash for more information on our pest control services near Sparta, NJ. 

Some inspect pests that can infest your yard

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Mosquitoes and Ticks

Mosquitoes and ticks are some of the most common pests that can disturb homeowners. If you live near a wooded area, it's prevalent to have these insects on your property. These insects can spread diseases such as West Nile virus and Lyme disease, so it's essential to take care of the problem.

Stinging insects

Common stinging insects include hornets, wasps, and yellowjackets. They can build nests in overhangs, trees, porches and decks, and more. These pests have the potential to sting if disturbed and cause people to have to go to the emergency room. If you are a homeowner that enjoys entertaining guests for BBQs and other festivities, it's important that your landscape is free of stinging bugs to avoid risks.

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Fleas

Fleas are attracted to warm bodies, which means they pose a threat to both human and your pets. If you have fleas in your yard, it's important to have a professional assess the situation as soon as possible. Fleas can transport themselves onto other wild animals, making it difficult to know if they are there. 

 
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