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How To Hire Bed Bug Exterminators In The Bronx

Submitted by Bed Bug Central... on Thu, 2021-02-18 13:36

Looking to hire a bed bug exterminator in the Bronx, New York?

Perfect, you’re in the right spot. In this guide, you’ll learn:

  • What qualities should you look for in a bed bug exterminator?

  • Do Bronx bed bug exterminators need any licensing?

  • What should you ask a bed bug exterminator before hiring them?

  • What qualities should you avoid in a Bronx bed bug exterminator?

How To Hire The Best Bed Bug Exterminator In Philadelphia

Submitted by Bed Bug Central... on Mon, 2021-02-15 13:54

Looking to hire a bed bug exterminator in Philadelphia?

Perfect, you’re in the right spot. In this guide, you’ll learn:

  • What qualities are essential in a Philly bed bug exterminator?

  • Does Pennsylvania require any licensing for exterminators?

  • What questions should you ask an exterminator in Philadelphia before hiring?

How To Hire Bed Bug Exterminators In Boston (Simple Guide)

Submitted by Bed Bug Central... on Mon, 2021-02-15 13:50

Looking to hire a bed bug exterminator in Boston, Massachusetts?

Perfect, you’re in the right spot. In this guide, you’ll learn:

  • What qualities are essential in a Boston bed bug exterminator?

  • What qualifications do bed bug exterminators in Boston need to have?

  • What should you ask your exterminator before hiring them?

  • What are some warning signs of inadequate exterminators?

The "S" Word and Pesticides: Are they Safe?

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Submitted by Jeff White on Tue, 2015-08-18 09:34

The “S” word in the pest control industry is kind of like the “F” word in the English language.  It’s THE bad word.  Much of the pest control industry trains technicians to avoid using the word “safe” and discourages others from using it as well.  By avoiding it we ARE NOT suggesting that if used properly the products much of the pest control industry uses or those that you can buy over-the-counter aren’t “safe”, the word “safe” is too subjective.  Let me explain…

Foggers are NOT a Good Choice to Treat for Bed Bugs

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Submitted by Jeff White on Wed, 2015-07-29 10:40

You literally don’t need to read any further.  The title says it all.  If you’re standing in a store reading this with a fogger in your hand, consider putting the fogger down and step away from the shelf.  Foggers play little to no part in a bed bug treatment protocol and in many instances may only make matters worse.  Ohio State University conducted a study that found that foggers were ineffective for bed bug control.  In addition to their poor effect on bed bugs, they can spread bed bugs into areas of your house you wouldn’t expect to find them, make their future control harder and more e

You Think or Know You Have Bed Bugs. Now What?

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Submitted by Jeff White on Mon, 2015-07-20 09:50

First things first….take a deep breath.  I, like everyone else, run to the internet when you have something bad going on that you’ve never dealt with before for quick information.  In most instances, it’s a coin flip whether or not what you read provides you comfort or makes you completely freak out.  With bed bugs “freak out” is the more common reaction and I’m here to tell you to take a deep breath, it isn’t as bad as it seems and in most instances you can get rid of them easier than most make it sound.

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