The scent gland of bed bugs produces a musty odor that is often described as smelling like coriander. The smell is not pleasant. If you have an infestation of bed bugs you may begin to notice…Read More
The short answer is “yes”. Pest management professionals who have experience in bed bug abatement will tell you (without seeing a single bed bug) if bed bugs are present based on a particular “smell” they detect…Read More
Bed bugs do not hop, skip or jump. They don’t have wings so they cannot fly. However, bed bugs are really good at crawling and hitching rides on clothing, furniture and…Read More
The risk from wood-destroying insects attacking homes on Long Island and the 5 boroughs of New York City is high. Why?
The answer…Read More
The Deer tick, Lone star tick, American Dog Tick and Brown Dog Tick are all found in the northeast USA. All 4 species are medically important and…Read More
In general, when temperatures fall, rodents like rats and mice seek a sheltered location. If convenient, these animals will enter structures to establish warm, secure harborages in proximity to a food source.
Rodents, like…Read More
The planet is heating-up. We can debate the reason(s) for this phenomenon but it remains a fact that yearly temperatures are increasing. This fact may cause insect and rodent pests…Read More
Before the late 1990’s, pest control professionals rarely performed bed bug abatement services except in homeless shelters and environments where people were forced to spend time in crowded environments where…Read More
Depending on your location, there are typically 3 species of pest birds which may need to be managed; pigeons, starlings and sparrows. Common problems associated with nuisance birds are droppings, structural damage…Read More