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Crawl Space Encapsulation in Lake Como, NJ

Crawl Space Encapsulation in Lake Como, NJ

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Crawl Space Encapsulation in Lake Como, NJ Crawl Space Encapsulation in Lake Como, NJ

This crawl space got a complete face lift with crawl space encapsulation, keeping the environment dry, pest and mold-free.

Pigeon Feces on Solar Panels in Wall Township, NJ

Pigeon Feces on Solar Panels in Wall Township, NJ

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Pigeon Feces on Solar Panels in Wall Township, NJ Pigeon Feces on Solar Panels in Wall Township, NJ

A commercial building in Wall Township, NJ, was having a problem with pigeons roosting under the solar panels. As pigeons do, these birds were depositing their droppings all over, defacing the building and annoying for customers entering and exiting the premises. It was an intolerable situation.  

Pigeons are one of the most common nuisance birds faced by commercial property owners. Many view feral pigeons as vermin because of their toxic waste and the diseases that they carry. These birds enjoy a virtually unlimited food supply and thrive around human populations. Unfortunately, nuisance birds shuffle from one building to the next. When they are “evicted” from one location with deterrent devices, they inevitably become someone else’s problem.  

Pigeon droppings are more than an unsightly nuisance. Their droppings are highly acidic. In fact, their waste matter is white because of the uric acid crystals in their watery “bombs.” that splatter and make a sticky mess. Their waste is strong enough to dissolve paint and damage property. Also, their droppings contain numerous pathogens and parasites. Touching or even just breathing in the airborne spores can transmit a variety of diseases, including histoplasmosis, a respiratory fungal infection.

The property owner contacted Bird Solutions By Cowleys to resolve this bird infestation permanently. We inspected the area to determine how the birds could be blocked from the roof area. The most effective solution was installing a bird barrier around the perimeter of the solar panels.With this barrier in place, birds or wildlife could no longer enter under the solar panels to nest where they could chew wire and cause other property damage.

Hornets threaten tennis game in Wall Township, NJ

Hornets threaten tennis game in Wall Township, NJ

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Hornets threaten tennis game in Wall Township, NJ Hornets threaten tennis game in Wall Township, NJ

Tennis, anyone? Recently, I was sent to a country club in Wall Township, NJ that was having a wasp issue near their tennis courts. Fortunately, none of the members had yet been stung, and I was glad that I could remove the nest before anyone had an encounter with these stinging insects.  

Upon inspection, I found that a baldfaced hornet nest had formed on a nearby tree. A mature nest can grow quite large and house hundreds of wasps. Baldfaced hornets are a close relative of yellow jackets, and they are just as aggressive and territorial. These wasps are readily identified by their white markings on their face and abdomen. They commonly build their nests off tree limbs, but we also find them attached to homes and other structures. 

Like all social wasps, they aggressively respond to their nest being threatened. Before starting treatment, I alerted a pair of players in the court that I would be treating the nest and they may want to consider a brief delay of their match. They wholeheartedly agreed! 

I treated the nest from a safe distance, first using an aerosol to knock down the population before removing the nest. Once I observed that there was no more wasp activity around the nest, I removed it from the tree, and bagged it so I could take the nest with me. I thanked the players for their delay of game, and with the nest removed, their match could continue without these stinging spectators nearby.

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Take advantage of our expertise to get rid of unwanted pests or animals in your Wall Township, Belmar, or nearby NJ home.

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Case Studies From Belmar
Recently, a homeowner in Belmar, NJ contacted Cowleys after his eagle-eyed next-door neighbor informed him that a raccoon hanging around on his roof...
Residents of a home in Belmar, NJ were hearing thumping sounds in the attic. They knew there was some wildlife making a home up there and contacted...
Insects don’t take off on weekends or holidays and neither does Cowleys. This past Sunday, on Memorial Day week-end, I was on-call to handle...
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Hornets Nest Removal in Belmar, NJ

Recently, I received a callback from one of our long-time customers, a homeowner in Belmar, NJ, who wanted us to remove a hornet’s nest that had formed on the front porch. As you can see from the photos, this nest was well on its way to becoming a large, mature colony of wasps. Wasps that live in colonies (social wasps) are highly territorial and will not hesitate to sting if they believe that their nest is being threatened. A wasp does not lose its stinger and can sting multiple times, so being attacked by a swarm of wasps can easily result in dozens of painful stings. Removal of a mature active wasps nest is a potentially dangerous undertaking.

First, I treated the nest with an application to knock down the population so that I could safely remove the nest. While removing the nest, I noticed that there were active maggot-like wasp larvae, the stage of development right after the eggs hatch, inside the nest. 

This, at least to me, was quite interesting to observe. The wasp grubs are fed by the adult worker wasps until they are ready to pupate. The pupal stage is when their larval structures break down and the adult structures such as wings appear for the first time. In the pupal stage, the larvae encase themselves in their cells by spinning a silk cap over the top of their cell. They later emerge once they develop into adult wasps. Hornets take about one month to go from egg to full-grown wasp. Although nobody likes having wasps forming nests on their property, observing their developmental stages and the transformations that they must go through in order to become an adult wasp is pretty fascinating. 

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Hitchhiking bed bugs

Whenever I’m called in to resolve a bed bug infestation, I’m inevitably asked how bed bugs were brought into their home. The answer is always bed bugs infestation have nothing to do with sanitation. The only way bed bugs can get into a home is if someone inadvertently let them in. These parasites are stealthy hitchhikers that can hide in the smallest of locations. If you are unlucky enough to be next to someone carrying bed bugs, whether seated next to someone in public transportation or at the movies, or you check into a hotel where the previous guest carried them into the room, these insects are always on the lookout for a new food source — you! They hide in your belongings or on your clothing and these bugs follow you right into your home.

Fortunately, this customer in Wall Township did the right thing and contacted us early, before the bed bugs had time to settle in and multiply. This particular infestation was caught early and handled quickly. I pointed out to him, common habits that can spread bed bugs to others. Here, this customer kept his work boots at the end of his bed every night. What a wonderful dark, quiet place for the bed bugs to hide during the day. Bed bugs would be happy to use the cozy toe box of the she as a "bus stop,” waiting to be transported to their next destination. Wherever the customer and his boots went the next day, the bed bugs would come along for the ride, get off at a new destination, and look for a new victim, continuing the cycle of infestation.

To help reduce bed bug infestations, we all need to be conscious of what we are bringing into our homes, especially after overnight trips sleeping in other locations. And if someone has a bed bug infestation, he should be aware of what is leaving the house to help avoid others from becoming infested.

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Mice in Belmar Commercial Building

Cowley's received a call from one of our commercial accounts located in Belmar, NJ. When I arrived at the account I did an inspection of the exterior of the building, and did not find any pipe chases or holes along the foundation. I then inspected the exterior rodent bait box (LP) located by the rear door. I refreshed the bait in the box.

Still looking for the source, I did an interior inspection and started under the equipment, seeing if there was any evidence of rodent droppings. I then checked the metal catch boxes (Tin Cat) and snap traps under the equipment.

Heavy rodent activity was observedby the ice machine at the rear of the building. Rodent bait boxes (RTUs) previously placed in the basement had no activity. We added an additional Tin Cat and snap traps upstairs under equipment where rodent activity was observed by customer.

When I discussed the rodent problem with the customer, she said that her
parents had started the business 23 years prior and had never had a rodent

Problem:  Due to the extremely cold weather, a higher than normal rodent activity has been observed. While doing the interior inspection, found the rear door has been damaged, with a slight bow at the bottom leaving a slight gap at the bottom of the door. That’s all it takes for rodents to find a way inside. We suggested that a door sweep be installed on door to prevent
access to rodents and we will return in two weeks to evaluate the progress. 

Work Requests From Belmar, NJ
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Too many squirrels- tearing up the lawn, etc...
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Dog had fleas and minor ant problem
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Looking for estimate to remove a bee's nest in a holly tree on my property
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Racoons in chimney
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Small active hornets nest on the rear 2nd floor home eaves
Oakwood Road in Belmar
Fireflies 100 on property, digging bees in sand
K St in Belmar
Mouse (or mice) at present. Curious about a service estimate. Historically ants have been the only sporadic issue. House has encapsulated crawlspace, converted from basement. House above was gutted and renovated. Rodent activity at present seems contained to crawlspace and first floor.
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Raccoon in the attic
Beverly St. in Belmar
I saw a very large raccoon walking down the side of my house at 11;30 this morning
Margerum Avenue in Belmar
With the spring comes ants, as you know best and looking to have my house sprayed. We noticed ants near the dogs food bowls and near the front and back doors.
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Need an inspection
Maplewood Rd in Belmar
Mouse infestation
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Hi - looking to receive estimate for gutter cleaning. thanks.
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Signs of mice in home. Chewed through small hole in plaster walls and got into kitchen cabinets. Have been signs of mice in basement and pantry.
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My house is a 1 bedroom the whole house is 25 X25 how much does this cost please
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Ground hog living under trailer needs to be removed.
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Ants in my kitchen
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