Pest and flies are bad for business. They can cause great damage to your store, restaurant or any other business. They damage goods kept in a grocery store giving the customers an impression of filth and poor quality control. Anyone would get repulsed at the sight of rats in a restaurant and more likely would … Read more
Pest control problems are common in Westchester. It becomes quite stressful since the bugs and other pests endanger the general health of the family. There is a dire need to eliminate pests and insect infestation and keep the surroundings clean and hygienic. The intrusion of pests can in fact, bring down all the efforts that … Read more
Are pests taking over your home, leaving you uncomfortable in your own space? Having a pest infestation problem can be really stressful. If left without being exterminated, these harmful creatures can cause major losses. They often make the residents uncomfortable, and some people even opt to vacate from their houses. However, that is not the … Read more
“Brrrrr! It’s cold. What’s a nice mouse like me gotta do to get a cozy place for some leftover chicken cutlet crumbs and a warm, insulated wall to sleep in? Oooooh. Here we go. These people left a loose seal. My cousin Louie could help me with the insulation. Crumbs for the whole winter. The … Read more
This fall, as the nature outside changes color and the temperature begins to dip, pests and rodents begin to look for shelter inside. Don’t let it be your office building! Many businesses rely on you to keep their work spaces sanitary and pest free. It’s especially important for businesses when clients are visiting. It’s hard … Read more
Every year, along with snow and and sun falling at an earlier time, pests are looking for new shelter to keep warm and grab a bite to eat. We have some tips for winterizing your house to keep out unwanted roommates.
From the New Yorker: “Today, researchers from the American Museum of Natural History and Weill Cornell Medicine announced that they had assembled the complete genome of Cimex lectularius.” That is a certain species of bedbug.
Yes. Just the name alone sounds like something used to kill plants or ruin a good night’s sleep.