The fact that bed bugs are among the top five most common pests in every US state should not come as a surprise to anyone. Given the commonality of bed bug infestations today, it is hard to believe that the pests were nowhere to be found in the country for nearly half of a century.
During this uncertain time, our customers’ health and well being is our highest priority. As we continue monitoring developments related to Coronavirus (COVID-19), rest assured, we are committed to doing everything we can to ensure our customers and employees are safe. We are taking the following precautions regarding our services: Suspending all interior services/treatments unless
Rodent pests are annoying, damaging to property, and they have the potential to be medically harmful to humans. When rodents like house mice, Norway rats or roof rats infest a home, they do a very good job of avoiding humans while also exploiting human food sources and indoor shelter where they remain largely safe from
The professional pest control industry, an essential service, is responsible for the protection of public health, food and property. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and the U.S. Department of Agriculture have prepared a list of significant public health pests https://www.epa.gov/insect-repellents/list-pests-significant-public-health-importance, many of which are controlled by the professional
Norway rats are the most common rats in urban areas throughout the United States, and they are well known for their close association with filth. Rats can directly transmit many diseases to humans, and their bodies are covered in numerous disease-causing microorganisms, such as E. coli and Salmonella. These pathogens can be indirectly transmitted to