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If someone in your building has them, Guess what? So do you.
Some female cockroaches mate once and are pregnant for the rest of their lives.
They live everywhere, not just in your mattress, they can hide in furniture and behind wallcoverings...
and you are on the menu.
They love to snack on mammals.
That means cats dogs AND people!
Not all Rats are created equal,
but we can get rid of ALL of them.
If you think you saw one but aren't sure...
then you DID see one.
They cause more damage in U.S. homes than fires.
they can live for 15 years.
they can lay an egg every 15 seconds
They're the Butterfly's ugly cousin
and They'll eat the shirt off your back
Our pest control specialist services NYC & NJ and all boroughs including Queens, Brooklyn, Bronx, Manhattan, Long Island, Suffolk County, Nassau Country & Staten Island, Westchester County & Rockland County, Hudson County in New Jersey including Jersey City, West New York, Union City, Hoboken, Bayonnegetting rid of bed bugs
Beagle bedbug detection is SO 2011.
Now we've gone Electronic!
"Bed Bugs" Mayor Bloomberg signed New York City Council Int.57-A, a bill which establishes a Bed Bug Advisory Board to, we hope, develop a strategic plan to address and control the spread of bed bug infestations in New York City. According to the New York Times’ CityRoom:
The advisory board is to produce a report within that includes recommendations on dealing with bedbugs in homes, hotels and institutions; tracking infestations citywide; disposing of infested items; and creating lists of rights and responsibilities of landlords, and tenants.
Renee Corea, co-founder of New York vs. Bed Bugs, testified at the February 24th NYC Council hearing held by the Consumer Affairs, Health, and Sanitation committees to review all three bed bug bills in legislation: Intro 57 (recently amended and renamed Int.57-A), Intro 872, and Intro 873.
Other city boards have come up with a variety of policy proposals: the creation of a single bedbug hot line; a requirement that a landlord must disclose whether an apartment had been at anytime infested with these Bugs; software to map all complaints; information sheets in several languages; mandatory treatment protocols and inspections for the sale of used furniture; and the establishment of a centralized database for exterminators. Overall, there were more than 9,200 bedbug calls to the city's 311 line last year, a 34 percent jump over the year before, according to the numbers from the Department of Housing Preservation and Development, compiled by the group New York vs. Bedbugs. For a Bed bug Inspections NJ Pest Pro
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