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Bergen County, NJ Pest Management Solutions

If you’re looking for quality extermination services in northern New Jersey, look no further. J.P. McHale Pest Management Inc. offers affordable and efficient Bergen County, NJ pest control extermination services throughout the area.

Whether you’re dealing with a tick problem in Upper Saddle River or a termite issue in Mahwah, J.P. McHale Pest Management Inc. has a pest control solution to suit your residential or commercial needs.

As the most populous county in New Jersey, residents and employees in Bergen County depend on living and working in an environment that is free of rodents and insects. The last things that your employees or children want to see are roaches, mosquitoes, ticks, termites, bed bugs and more.

We’re proud to offer professional-grade extermination services to our clients throughout Bergen County, NJ.

Roach, Mosquito & Rat Extermination Throughout Bergen County

With more than 30 years of experience, it’s no wonder why business executives and homeowners from Ramsey to Carlstadt to Westwood and beyond count on the services provided by J.P. McHale Pest Management Inc.

Regain control of the Garden State and take back your property. Don’t let disease-carrying rodents and insects reduce the value of your property. Contact a representative today to identify what pest your property is afflicted with and discuss your options!

Bed Bug
Bed Bug<br>Elimination
We have the expertise needed to detect and eliminate bed bug infestations. Ask about our bed bug care package!
We use environmentally-friendly termite monitors to detect and eliminate termite colonies, giving you the protection you need.
Tick & Mosquito
Tick & Mosquito<br>Abatement
We offer tick and mosquito treatments, such as the Vector Intervention Program, which protects from disease.
Rodent Control
Rodent Control<br>Programs
When your business or home has a rodent problem, we’ll eliminate these pests using environmentally-friendly products.
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