Mites are usually common during Spring when it is the best time for them to mate. During the summer, only a few males are sighted. Fall is the peak season of their presence. They tend to be small and can easily sneak into people's homes through cracks or improperly sealed windows and doors. While in the homes of residents in this state, they are a nuisance because of the stains that they cause on walls of the homes.
Fleas usually attack animals. They are common in this state and hence pet owners should be aware of various attacks from fleas whenever their pets stray. Fleas tend to breed at a fast rate and if unchecked, their infestation can multiply within a few weeks. This may cause pets to suffer from skin diseases. These pests also have tapeworms and when pets swallow them when grooming, they too can get infected that causing more misery to pet owners.
Moreover, fleas are known to attack people too as they seek for a blood meal. Therefore, it is essential for the residents of this state to take steps to ensuring that their pets, homes, and yards are treated against these critters. They too can cause allergies to people when they attack.
Roaches are common in all part of the US. Therefore even the residents of New Jersey are not immune to these pests. The German cockroach is the most common. This notorious pest is known to love food and will take refuge in people's home and find a shelter in places where there is a constant supply of food.
The Oriental cockroach is another species of roach that is commonly found in this state. Unlike the German cockroach, this species can fly and loves to stay outdoors though it too has been known to sneak into homes in search of food.
New Jersey residents should seek the help of professional experts in pest control to eradicate pests which commonly invade their homes during any season.