Common Bedbugs (Cimex lectularius) are prolific animals. Following human populations from the burrows, caves and dwellings of early human existence.
In homes, offices and multi unit dwellings they are quite often more widespread than suspected or reported by residents and staff.
Building managers and Landlords can be blind sided by these pests with legal consequences and defamation of reputation even when they are trying to do the right thing.
Our Environmental Health Specialists are trained to be bedbug biologists. Knowing the habits of these cryptic insects is key to prescribing safe and efficient bedbug elimination.
We advise our clients to act quickly after any suspected or reported activity and try secure an insect specimen for identification. It's vitally important to know the the exact species. Bat Bugs or Swift/Swallow Bugs also infest structures.
Our investigation starts with an interview and then comprehensive inspection. It's important all areas of your home or work are inspected and its vitally important in multi unit housing. If all units of a structure are comprehensively examined, you are doing the absolutely best preventive measure. Practice early detection and prevention, like you might with your doctor. Early detection makes the situation is much more manageable and likely less costly to your sanity, reputation as well as treatment costs and legal fees.
For property and building managers and landlords, municipality health agents have standards and violation notices require that owners inspect all units in the dwelling, and they must treat all horizontally and vertically adjacent units to the infested unit(s).
We offer companies, homeowners, landlords, property managers, property management companies and housing authorities periodic preventive bedbug inspections. Many clients combine these inspections with regular safety and other preventive inspections.
We offer elimination services without pesticides as our preferred method, but there are other options. We want what's best for you, your family, residents and employees.
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