Dan, a Spring Lake resident, joined Cowleys in 2020 as one of our pest control technicians. Dan was seeking a new, changing environment where his laundry lists of talents and skills can be appropriately utilized and he can be given an increasing set of responsibilities. His search has taken him to Cowleys and the rest is history!
In his spare time, Dan enjoys camping, hiking, and gardening. He is also a huge Sci-Fi fan, enjoys reading Norse mythology and likes to unwind weekly with his buddies in a competitive game of D&D (Dungeons and Dragons for those who don't know). We foresee him and our Marketing Coordinator bonding very quickly.
As we were inspecting this home in Bayville, NJ, we stumbled upon a trail of pavement ants by the front door. Watch Video »
While treating this homeowners' property in Tinton Falls, NJ I discovered a large number of spider webs along the columns on the front porch. Spiders are hunters, so if you see any in your home or their webbing around your property that means that they have a food source. By eliminating those pests, you’re eliminating the spiders food source and they’ll go elsewhere to find food.
With the homeowners permission, I inspected the entire interior of the home to find any signs of spiders or any pests, to which I found none. I grabbed my broom and then dusted and vacuumed the spider webs. By removing the spider webbing, the spiders will get frustrated and leave that area. I also treated the columns, the front porch, and the exterior of the building with a non-repellant residual and sealed any gaps or opening around the property with a waterproof adhesive.