- Created: 18 July 2018 18 July 2018
As summer winds down and the flowers begin to wilt in the last days of the season, bees become increasingly territorial of their nests. Some may live in trees, others in roofs or eaves, others still build nests in the ground, but bees feel the pressure of summer coming to an end and get aggressive. This is the time they are most likely to sting or chase people. Call Ace Walco today if you notice bee activity.
Bees Fear End of Summer
While we hustle to get the back to school shopping done, bees are busy gathering the last of summer’s sweet nectar. As autumn approaches bees begin to feel anxious and become aggressive and very protective of their nests. This is the time of year they are most likely to chase or sting people. If you see bees call Ace Walco for a free inspection.
Ace Walco Treats Bees
Should you notice the ominous buzz of a worker bee anxious about the end of summer, give us a call. Ace Walco has been treating bees and other pests in the tristate area for over 80 years and we’ve got a few tricks up our sleeve. Call today and we will send a licensed professional to give you a thorough inspection free of charge.
- Created: 11 July 2018 11 July 2018
Every summer the ants go marching one by one into our picnic plans, onto our driveways and patios, and eventually into our kitchens. This is something that has been happening forever and likely will continue into eternity. But, there are steps you can take to keep the ants from raining on your parade.
- Created: 25 June 2018 25 June 2018
Ace Walco, New Jersey’s Pest Control Experts
There is no time to waste when you need pest control, so call Ace Walco today. The big guys like to gobble up your time and leave you waiting for some dude. Ace Walco is different. We are a local, family-owned company that’s been around for over 80 years, and we don’t leave you waiting. You call, we come get the job done. Call Ace Walco today for all your pest control needs.
- Created: 25 June 2018 25 June 2018
Ace Walco: New Jersey’s Local ExterminatorWhen you need pest control, look no further than the experts at Ace Walco. We’ve been serving New Jersey and New York for more than 80 years. Our company is family-owned and committed to treating our customers like family too. Call today for a free inspection at your convenience. We have been providing guaranteed pest control to New Jersey since 1936 and it will be a pleasure to serve you. Call now!
- Created: 24 April 2018 24 April 2018
What is Termite Swarm Season?
Each year social insects like termites and carpenter ants have a time where the young leave the colony, strike out on their own and try to make it in the world. Think of it as graduation for these pesky insects. It is known as the swarm, and it typically happens in the spring—coincidentally, at the same time the forsythias bloom their cheery yellow blossoms.
What’s flying around my yard?
As the winter winds down, populations in healthy termite colonies begin to swell, and the young prepare to leave, growing wings for their journey into the great wide open. They hide out in the dirt, waiting for conditions to be perfect—warm weather, damp soil and low winds. When things line up, they spring out of the nest and fly out to hook up, breed and settle down to raise a termite family of their own. The bad news is that if you see these swarming termites, chances are you already have a healthy population of wood destroyers on your property.
Why are there so many winged insects around my window?
The hormone-driven winged termites are programmed to seek light, so there is often a conglomeration of them around windows, doors or lights. If they have wings you know they are swarming from a colony nearby.
What do I do if I see flying termites?
Don’t panic. Call Ace Walco right away and schedule a free inspection. We will send a certified professional over right way to check it out. Because termites are so aggressive it is important not to waste any time.