Spotted Lanternfly Pest Control in Bergen County

How we treat:
Spotted Lanternflies

We specialize in identifying and addressing spotted lanternfly infestations. With tailored solutions, we ensure the elimination of spotted lanternflies from your property, using IPM control techniques that are designed with your family’s health and concern in mind. See how.

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Twin Boro’s Proven Process for Spotted Lanternfly Pest Control

Our inspection includes a thorough visual survey to identify the insect and their host plants, such as the tree-of-heaven, where spotted lanternflies lay their eggs.
From the findings in our inspection, we implement a targeted treatment plan which often include the application of insecticides on host plants to control the nymphs and adults.
To protect vegetation and to prevent spotted lanternflies from returning, recommendations may be given to remove primary host plant.


Spotted lanternflies are often mistaken for butterflies or moths but they are actually a species of planthopper. These insects are not harmful to humans, but they feed on the sap of plants in large numbers, which can weaken and kill the plant.

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We prioritize safety in every aspect of pest control. Our technicians are trained in Integrated Pest Management (IPM), a cost-effective method to control pests that minimizes pesticide use and environmental risks.
Knowledge is power in pest control.
Proactive protection keeps pests away.
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Sustainable and safe treatments.

If pests come back so do we. Guaranteed.

We pride ourselves on delivering effective and reliable pest control. That’s why our work is 100% guaranteed, 365 days a year. If you need us, call us, for free return visits anytime.
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Your neighbors love us.
Pests, not so much.

“I had a great experience working with Mike O he was very knowledgeable and professional. He made sure to answer any questions/concerns we had which was extremely important to me. My husband and I have been using his services for several months now and we must say this company offers top of the line products/service. I couldn’t imagine using another company, A+++ Rating in my opinion!”

— Karissa R.

“Joe Graney was extremely professional, considerate and knowledgeable. He went above and beyond to make sure our house was left protected from pests inside and out, while also making sure not to leave any mess behind. Very satisfied with his service. Also happy with everyone on the team I have had the pleasure to meet so far when I have called.”

— Mona S.

“Roy is phenomenal. I used Terminix when I bought my home and got the corporate run around, missed appointments, rushed service, and crazy prices. I recently switched to Twin Boro and Roy has been great, helping with every issue, he climbs into the toughest spaces in my house and gets the job done. I would highly recommend Roy to anyone who in need of pest control.”

— Marc P.

“Roy came to my house because I had some carpenter ants coming in from outside. He was very knowledgeable as well as professional, he never tried to sell me on anything that wasn’t needed. He put down the right treatment and I haven’t seen any ants since. I would recommend Twin Boro to all of my friends who are in need of their service.”

— Craig R

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Frequently asked questions

What do spotted lanternflies look like?
Spotted lanternflies undergo significant changes as they grow. They start as eggs in masses that are about 1 inch in size. Newly laid eggs are covered with a light gray, mud-like coating that turns tan and cracked over time. Nymphs go through four stages, initially black with white spots, growing up to ½ inch, and finally turning bright red with white spots and black stripes. Adults are about 1 inch long with gray forewings, red and black hindwings, and yellow abdomens with black bands. They can lay eggs on various outdoor surfaces.
How do you control spotted lanternflies?
New Jersey has set up a quarantine zone in 13 counties to prevent the spread of spotted lanternflies. Residents and businesses in Burlington, Camden, Essex, Gloucester, Hunterdon, Mercer, Middlesex, Monmouth, Morris, Salem, Somerset, Union, and Warren must follow guidelines before moving certain items out of the zone. Residents need to complete a compliance checklist, while businesses must obtain NJDA permits. If you find lanternflies, consider professional pest control services for effective management.
Are spotted lanternflies dangerous?
Spotted lanternflies don’t bite or sting, posing no direct threat to humans, but they severely damage over 70 plant species by sucking sap, stressing plants, and reducing yields. Their excretion, honeydew, promotes sooty mold growth and attracts other insects like wasps and ants. Preferred plants include the Tree of Heaven and various fruit trees, grapes, hops, and several types of trees like maple, oak, and pine. This poses significant risks to agriculture and requires professional management.

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