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Bed bugs can also travel from one location to another through furniture. Many residential bed bug infestations are transferred through used furniture—it’s not uncommon for a bed bug colony to make its way into a new property through a used sofa, armchair, or mattress.
Finally, bed bug infestations can spread quickly within apartment buildings through walls, vents, and small holes created for cabling. This means that if your neighbor has a bed bug infestation, there’s a serious, real risk of the infestation making its way into your room or apartment.
Bed bugs are infamous not only for surviving many off-the-shelf products, but also for spreading quickly.
A single female bed bug can lay more than 500 eggs in a two-month period, meaning that even a small bed bug infestation can quickly develop into a major problem. This makes it important to take action immediately after you notice any signs of a potential bed bug infestation.
Unfortunately, most bed bug infestations in the North America are resistant to many of the pest control products sold over the counter. This means that sprays, chemicals, traps, and most other home pest control solutions are unlikely to remove your bed bug infestation in the long term.
As specialists in bed bug infestations, we offer a range of professional, industry-leading bed bug extermination solutions. Depending on the type and scale of your infestation, we can implement a range of heat, steam, freezing, and other solutions to completely remove the infestation.
The end result is a definitive removal of bed bugs from your property, all without the frustrating, recurring infestations that are common with off-the-shelf or non-professional treatments.
If you’ve noticed the signs of a bed bug infestation in your residential or commercial property, it’s important that you take action immediately.
Open since 1970, we’ve solved thousands of bed bug infestations and other pest control issues for people in New York City and the surrounding area. Our team can quickly locate your bed bug infestation, assess the scale of the problem and implement a lasting, effective solution.
Fully licensed, registered, and insured, our experienced team specializes in solving bed bug and other pest control issues of all types and sizes. From small, isolated colonies to infestations that cover multiple rooms and floors, we can locate, analyze, and solve it.
For more information or to request a quote for your bed bug infestation, please contact us now via phone or email.
Have you noticed any of the tell-tale signs of a bed bug infestation? From itchy, red bite marks to stains on your bed sheets, a bed bug infestation can leave behind a large range of irritating, uncomfortable signs.
Over the last decade, there’s been a significant increase in the number of bed bug infestations in the New York metropolitan area. Bed bug infestations are notoriously difficult to remove with most bugs capable of withstanding chemicals and other off-the-shelf treatments.
For homeowners, bed bugs can be an extreme annoyance. For hotels, B&Bs, and other small or mid-sized accommodation businesses, even a small bed bug infestation can have a significant negative effect on your revenue.
Because of this, it’s essential that you take action as soon as you notice the signs of a bed bug infestation.
With over 45 years of experience dealing with infestations of all types and sizes, our team is available to help. For more information or to request a quote for your home, hotel, or place of business, please contact us now by phone or email.
Bed bugs can enter into your home or place of business in several ways. Often, bed bugs get into your property on the clothing or luggage of a visitor. Since bed bugs are strong and highly resistant to the elements, they can easily survive for days inside a bag, backpack, or suitcase.
This means that areas with a large amount of foot traffic and turnover, such as hotel rooms, serviced apartments, and dressing rooms have a particularly high risk of bed bug infestation.
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