Residents of NJ and NYC that have been attacked by bed bugs should call a NJ, NYC pest control company immediately. The horrible blood sucking little insects can live a year or more and the females can lay about 500 eggs. Yes, those female babies grow up and lay 500 eggs each and if you do some calculations on your abacus soon you will be shouting “Oh the horror! The horror!” The brazen bed bugs enjoy a human blood meal about once a week but when the population expands that means the human residents serve up a lot of blood meals. Those blood meals last for about three to five minutes. They proceed to defecate some of the blood and then shed their skins. No, it’s not some goofy insect ritual. Don’t try killing them with bug spray. It won’t destroy them but it will cause them to move to other hiding places in your house which will make it more difficult and expensive to get rid of the repulsive bed bugs.
If you have NJ, NYC, Brooklyn, the Bronx, Queens or Manhattan bed bugs let a NJ, NYC bed bugs pest control expert eliminate them for you.
Many NJ and NYC residents are fully aware that the horrible little insects known as bed bugs can ruin a pleasant vacation. Tourists can be staying at a beautiful island resort but if they even hear that just one resort guest has encountered bed bugs in their room the pleasant fun filled days can become days of fretting about being attacked by bed bugs and filled with concern that the horrible bed bugs will find a way to enter their hotel room and their NJ or NYC home.
Vacationers often stop thinking about the lovely buffet dinners, the frosty tropical drinks and the beautiful ocean waters. They have bed bugs on their minds. If a resort or hotel guest reports a bed bug infestation people are wondering if they will be unlucky and have a nearby adjoining room and will wake up with itchy welts. Bed bugs can take the pleasure out a person’s vacation without even biting the vacationer. Oh my.
If you have NJ, NYC, Brooklyn, the Bronx, Queens or Manhattan bed bugs let a NJ, NYC bed bugs pest control professional get rid of them.
An infant and a teen in Brooklyn were infected by a deadly and rare disease called raccoon roundworm. The cause of this disease is contact with the feces of raccoon, and it can result in perennial nerve damage and death. There are less than 30 cases of this disease in the entire US, and the symptoms usually show in about two to four weeks after contraction. The symptoms include loss of muscle control and coordination, nausea, and blindness.
The Brooklyn infant who contracted raccoon roundworm started experiencing spinal problems and seizures in October last year. Later on, the baby was hospitalized because of brain damage. In January this year, a teenager in Brooklyn was infected with the disease and became blind in the right eye. It is known that children who have developmental problems are more susceptible to the disease.
Sally Slavinski, a representative from a department of health that is concerned with the transmission of diseases from animals to human beings, advised parents to keep watch on their children when they are in places that have a raccoon population, so as to prevent contact with raccoon feces.
If you need to get rid of raccoons around your home, you can contact pest control experts in NY, NYC, and NJ.
A bed bug article in the New York Times mentions the NightWatch bed bug detection device. The device mimics a human and entices the bed bugs to it from 90 feet away. Not only do you avoid getting bitten but you have proof that bed bugs actually exist in your home and therefore you have a good reason to call a pest exterminator. It’s recommended the device be placed where you sleep.
The New York Time bed bug article had a shocking bit of information. What am I referring to? Some people have been hiring a human being to sleep in their apartment to see if they get bitten by bed bugs! Perhaps two years of experience is required. No mention if you get a million dollars or just a firm handshake and a Martini.
Since some people don’t show a skin reaction to bed bug bites perhaps the prospective employees must prove they do indeed get horrible itchy welts before they are hired. If the temporary employee gets bed bug bites I suppose the apartment owner can recommend him to another apartment owner with some high praise. Oh my. Perhaps purchasing a NightWatch bed bug detection device is the more rational choice.