How To Get Rid Of Bed Bugs

Are You Trying to Get Rid of Bed Bugs in the New York City Metro Area? Got Bed Bugs in New York, NY, Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, The Bronx, Staten Island and Long Island? Are You Prepared for the Biggest Bed Bug Epidemic to hit New York City with Estimates of…

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Simcoe County Battles Bed Bugs

Bed bugs are becoming a huge problem to Simcoe County residents, according to an article found in the Barrie Examiner. When concerned mother, Diane Manouris, discovered that one of the school’s families had been struggling with an infestation she seriously considered removing her children from their school in Barrie. She’d…

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Bed Bugs Bugging Student Dorms

Bed Bugs in Residence In the past couple of weeks, there have been over twenty articles written on bed bug discoveries across Canada. The Ottawa Citizen, CBC news, Maclean’s magazine and CTV news have all reported bed bug infestations in residence apartments at two Ontario Universities. Apparently both universities have…

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Bed Bug Heat Treatment Process

Bed Bug Heat Treatment Process – A chemical-free way to kill bed bugs Thermal Remediation® is the most thorough and comprehensive method of eradicating bed bugs – proving lethal at all stages of the bed bug’s life cycle. This revolutionary, eco-friendly process to treat beg bug infestations with heat is…

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Rodent control

Baits Baits come in pellet and block form. For mice we recommend Maki Pellets and for rats we recommend the Contrac Blocks. These are both strong anticoagulant products that make the rodents die from internal bleeding. Vitamin K is the antidote for accidental poisonings of pets but extreme care should…

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Scorpions

Description Scorpions are close relatives of spiders, ticks and mites. They have broad, flat bodies with eight legs. They are most easily identified by their two pincer-like “crab legs” at the front of their bodies and four pairs of legs followed by the six-segmented stinger-tipped tail at the back. Scorpions…

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Bed Bugs

Bedbugs have four-segmented antennae that are attached to the head between the prominent compound eyes. The two-segmented beak is located beneath the head passing back between the front legs. Bedbugs cannot fly. Biology Bedbugs tend to live in clusters and hide in cracks and crevices which are nesting areas during…

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