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Pest Control & Bed Bug Info for Manhattan Residents
With our main office in Manhattan NYC, we enjoy seeing our fellow neighbors in and around the city. Albeit, under less than desirable circumstances, we strive to take care of every one of our customer’s beyond the point of perfection.
Being faced with any kind of pest infestation is not something that any of us living in Manhattan dream about, but it is a realty that all of us will soon face. Pest control is not something that normally crosses our minds until the situation has gotten entirely out of hand. Many of us see a spider or two; we simply swat it with a show or grab some tissue to flush it down the toilet. What we don’t think about is how those one or two spiders can lead to bigger problems.
We all know that pests are a part of everyday life, but honestly don’t you think they belong outdoors rather than inside your home. Your home is where you are supposed to feel and secure, but a pest infestation takes away from that.
Dangers of pest problems
No matter what kind of pest problem you have it can put both your family and home at risk. Now obviously the specific risks are going to vary based on the type of pest infestation, but there are still some general risks that you and your family need to be aware of.
One of the biggest problems that people face in regards to a pest infestation is they lead to numerous health problems for your family. Rodents leave behind droppings, which can be easily be ingested by younger children. Cockroaches come out at night and crawl around everywhere, including across your counters and clean dishes. Cockroaches, as well as many other pests, are known to carry and transmit several diseases to humans. No matter how clean you keep your house, you are fighting a losing battle if you are dealing with a pest infestation.
Dealing with bug bites can be a pain and the worse your infestation is the more bug bites you will be dealing with. Some pests, such as bed bugs, are nocturnal, so they only come out and feed once the lights go out. Other pests, like ants and spiders are out during the day and can leave a nasty bite if they feel threatened. Other pests, such as bees and wasps, will do anything to protect their hive. Nobody wants to deal with bug bites; they simply make your life miserable and open you up to infections.
Do I really need to hire an exterminator?
So, now that you know how dangerous a pest infestation can be, you should also know that you don’t have to live with one. There are several do-it-yourself methods on the internet that go into detail about how to get rid of different types of pests, but the problem is many of these methods are temporary and are not useful against large infestations. And, in our experience, no do-it-yourself method to get rid of bed bugs has actually worked, you are always better off with a bed bug exterminator.
Many people mistakenly think that the products that they sell on the shelf are going to work to help get rid of an infestation. Sure, they probably can, if you use enough of the product, but do you really want all those toxic chemicals introduced into your home? Not to mention if you miss just one bug or even one little egg you are going to have to start the treatment process all over again. Our exterminators use industrial strength solutions to quickly get rid of your infestation, plus we do all of the hard work for you and guarantee our results.
How will an exterminator help me?
Infestations take a lot of work to get rid of; they generally cannot be knocked out in one visit. However, that is not something that will stop us from solving your pest problems. When you call us, one of our trained technicians will come out to inspect your home. Upon the end of the inspection, our technician will create an individualized treatment plan based on your needs. Our treatment plan will cover how many visits your home will need to get rid of the current infestation, but will also address future treatment options to help prevent the infestation from reoccurring.
Even if you do not currently have a pest infestation, we can still help. Our team offers a residential treatment plan to cover any situation. And, one thing we have learned in this industry is it is prevention. So let us stop that infestation before it starts.