Students claim that NYC bed bugs invaded an off-campus Manhattan College dormitory. They also believe that the building manager and the college officials are not properly taking care of the situation. If they are correct that is a big mistake. If NYC bed bugs have indeed invaded the dormitory it won’t be long before they are all over the building which will negatively effect the lives of more students and the bed bug treatments will cost more money.
NYC bed bug infestations just don’t go away by themselves. NYC female bed bugs can lay up to 500 eggs and those babies grow up and lay 500 eggs and if you do some calculations on your abacus you will quickly see the horrible situation that can quickly occur if bed bug treatments are not provided as soon as possible.
If you have a bed bug infestation in NJ, NYC, Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan or the Bronx ask a NJ, NYC bed bugs pest control professional to get rid of the horrible insects.
Carpenter ants build their nests in wood, and they are difficult to locate because they do not leave tell tale signs of their presence in a home or building. Although they are not as destructive as termites, they can cause considerable damage if they are allowed to infest wood structures for an extended period of time.
Carpenter ants usually set up their colonies in damp wooden pieces that have previously been damaged by other types of insects. Some of the places in a home where carpenter ant nests are commonly found include door frames, windows, sinks, chimneys, and bath traps. With the right level of moisture, temperature, and protection from environmental changes and predators, the colonies of carpenter ants will thrive.
One way to find carpenter nests in a home is to tap the surfaces of wooden structures. Listen for a hollow sound as this will indicate that the wood is damaged. By tapping on the wood, you will also cause the carpenter ants to panic, and they may flee their nests and emerge from the wood.
If you are experiencing carpenter ant problem in your home, you can call NY, NYC, and NJ pest control experts.
NJ and NYC residents and everyone else can learn a lesson about bees from a recent incident in Yuma, Arizona. Be careful when working on trees. Six citrus grove workers were attacked by a gang of bees after one of them smacked a bee hive situated in a citrus tree. One of the workers went into shock from the bee stings. The other workers were stung by the bees numerous times and hid in ambulances in order to get away from the angry bees.
If you are being attacked by NYC bees and don’t have an ambulance nearby to hide in run away from the angry bees. Don’t stand around and swat at them. Yelling or politely asking NJ, NYC bees to leave you alone won’t work either. Don’t try to become a bee whisperer just run away.
If you are dealing with NJ, NYC, the Bronx, Queens, Manhattan or Brooklyn bees ask a NJ, NYC pest control professional to take care of them for you.
The New York Times has reported that the John Jay College of Criminal Justice is temporarily closing one of its buildings due to bed bugs. They are treating the building in order to destroy the NYC bed bugs. Employees were complaining about skin rashes. A bed bug sniffing dog detected the NYC bed bugs. According to a school spokesman Mr. Grossman, John Jay is calling it a bed bug “condition.”
Perhaps school management was horrified when they discovered they had bed bugs but some of the students were elated that they didn’t have to go to class.
Perhaps the students can do a case study on the situation. Who brought the NYC bed bugs to the building? Why did they bring them there? Where exactly were they in the building? Is there a secret plan involved? However, they could just say “oh my” and do something else.
If you are dealing with NJ, NYC, Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx or Manhattan bed bugs let a NJ, NYC bed bugs pest control professional destroy the insects for you.