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REAL ESTATE INSPECTIONSFOR PESTS & WILDLIFEIN NEW JERSEY
NJ Pest provides complete inspections for pests and wildlife prior to purchasing your new property. We inspect from a different perspective than a traditional real estate inspector. We look for existing pest and wildlife problems as well as potential problems that can occur.
What distinguishes nj pest from other pest control companies?
NJ Pest prides itself on education and team development. NJ Pest is one of a handful of companies that are QualityPro® Certified by the National Pest Management Association (NPMA). The QualityPro® Certification is currently earned by less than 3% of all pest control companies nationwide. NJ Pest is 1 of 18 companies in New Jersey that have obtained Quality Pro® certification. This widely respected certification requires pest management companies to ascribe to a comprehensive set of standards.
The QualityPro® designation demonstrates a commitment to excellence and provides consumers with an easy way to identify and be confident in their selection of a quality, pest management provider. We have an Associate Certified Entomologist (ACE) and Certified Wildlife Control Operators on staff to handle any issue that you may have. Our experts have in-depth knowledge and hands-on experience in solving complex and involved pest and nuisance wildlife situations. We are known as a reliable, honest and cost-effective team of professionals. We are committed to continuing our education, using up-to-date technology, and conducting on-going research of new products and techniques.
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What if evidence of an infestation is found?
NJ Pest will recommend and propose the appropriate solution to control the pest or animal. For termites, a treatment will be warrantied for a year, usually meaning if an infestation is found while the warranty is in effect, NJ Pest will take additional steps to control wood destroying insects at no additional charge to you. For wildlife, a detailed, itemized proposal and action plan will be provided to not only remediate the animal but recommend ways to prevent future issues.