Groundhog Control Services For NJ, NYC, and NY
Groundhogs can be fun to watch, but when groundhogs (also known as woodchucks) become a nuisance Stern Environmental is here to help. At Stern Environmental Group, we specialize in 24 hour emergency groundhog or woodchuck removal services in the New York City metropolitan region serving, New York City, parts of New Jersey, and parts of Long Island.
Groundhogs Can Eat Your Entire Garden and Damage Expensive Landscaping
Early Spring through late Fall is the season for groundhogs in the New York, New York City, Manhattan, and the New Jersey areas. Groundhogs will come out of hibernation in early February and be ready to start eating and burrowing; sometimes decimating whole spring gardens nearly overnight. It is important to take prompt removal action to assure that your home and property are not destroyed by chewing and burrowing groundhogs. On top of the destructive chewing aspect for gardeners, groundhogs can carry rabies.
Groundhogs are part of the squirrel family, they like to tunnel, and they are prolific feeders and can eat nearly two pounds of vegetation a day. They like to feed in the early morning and evening. For landscaped yards or avid gardeners, they can be quite destructive. Groundhogs are difficult to get rid of once established. To remove them, you need professional experienced service from Stern Environmental Group, your groundhog removal experts.
We Provide These Groundhog Control Services:
- 24 Hour Emergency Groundhogs Removal
- Humane Groundhogs Trapping
- Quick Groundhogs Removal Services
- We Can Also Treat For Bed Bugs, Cockroaches, Ants, and Other Insect Pests
We also provide other pest control services in addition to getting rid of groundhogs. We'll help you get rid of squirrels, raccoons, skunks, feral cats, possums, bed bugs, spiders, ants, cockroaches, rats, and mice. Ask if we can combine our services for other pest control on your service call.
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