Welcome To Guardian Termite & Pest Control

Guardian Termite & Pest Control, Inc. is a full service Pest Management company servicing all of Southern New Jersey. If you have a pest problem, our team of Professional Inspection Consultants will customize a solution to help you solve it.


Our team of trained professionals has the experience you need to enjoy pest-free living. So whether you’re looking to eliminate termites, ants or general pests from your South Jersey home or business, remember to take action and call Guardian today!

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Seasonal Solutions


It’s Termite Swarm season! Have one of our Professional Inspection Consultants Identify a custom solution to help eliminate termites

Did You Know?


Guardian has a full service Repair Division to take care of any structural damages caused by termites, wood destroying insects and pests.

General Pest Problem


All of our Pest Control Services include aspects of Integrated Pest Management (IPM). This means that we use mechanical control measures

Our Testimonials


Odorous House Ants

The pungent, rotten coconut-like odor given off when this ant is crushed gives it its name. It is probably the most common pest ant that Guardian deals with. It is a small ant 1/16 to 1/8 inch long. The body is brown to black. Colonies consist of several hundred to ten thousand ants. Since different…

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Little Brown Bats

THE LITTLE BROWN BAT The little brown bat is a species of mouse-eared bat that is the common bat seen in this area. It is dark brown in color. It is only 2.5 to 4 inches long and only weighs a one-half ounce. The wingspan outstretched can be 11 inches. They sleep during the day.…

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BUG OF THE MONTH – Spotted Lantern Fly

THE SPOTTED LANTERNFLY Spotted Lanternflies are Plant hoppers from the order Hemiptera like our native aphids, cicadas, or leafhoppers. We have many native species of plant hoppers in the US. Spotted Lanternflies, however, are native to countries in South East Asia. They cannot bite. Their mouthparts, which are fused into a straw-like beak, called a…

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