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Why is Cryonite So Deadly to Bed Bugs and Other Pests?

Why is Cryonite So Deadly to Bed Bugs and Other Pests?
Why is Cryonite So Deadly to Bed Bugs and Other Pests?

As insecticide-resistant pests become increasingly more common, NJ pest control experts remain on the lookout for new pest control treatment systems. Safe and nontoxic, Cryonite is among the most effective on the market.

How Does Cryonite Work?

Used extensively in Europe and Australia, Cryonite eliminates hard to kill pests such as bed bugs and German cockroaches in all life stages, including eggs, by freezing them to death on contact. Applied with a Cryonite machine, a spray of liquid CO2 (carbon dioxide) creates cold, dry ice, crystalizing pests and stopping them in their tracks.

Say Goodbye to Messy Chemical Sprays

Nontoxic and nonpoisonous, Cryonite leaves behind no wet or sticky residues. At normal temperatures, it simply evaporates. Recycled from industrial processes, it’s a green treatment solution.

Pesticide Resistant Pests Don’t Stand a Chance

Cryonite is an effective treatment for even the most challenging insect infestations, penetrating deep within cracks, crevices, and furnishings where insects hide. Because Cryonite is chemical-free, there’s no risk of pests developing a resistance to pest control measures.

Sensitive Individuals and Workspaces Are Safe from Chemicals

Even for the most sensitive individuals and environments, CO2 presents no risk of contamination or adverse health effects.

NJ pest control needs getting tough to meet? Stern Environmental has you covered, offering some of the most innovative new pest control treatments on the market. Solve your toughest pest control problems. Contact us today.

Living with Neighbors Who Have Bed Bugs – It’s Everyone’s Concern

Bed Bugs Can Cause a Whirlwind of Destruction in Your Home... Don't Let it Happen to You!
Bed Bugs Can Cause a Whirlwind of Destruction in Your Home… Don’t Let it Happen to You!

If you want to clear a room fast, just say the words “bed bugs.” These creative travelers are a mega source of aggravation across the world.

Known for their prolific ability to hitch a ride on any type of object and move from one location to another, it brings up the question of what to do when you move into a new home and find that your neighbors have a bed bug infestation.

If you have bed bugs and there’s evidence your neighbor has bed bugs, too, then it’s to everyone’s benefit to have a friendly conversation about the situation as it’s only a matter of time before the bugs expand their territory. This is especially true for residents living in apartments and condos where the bugs can travel through cracks and crevices from one residence to another.

The more people involved in tackling the problem the better! It’s next to impossible to place the blame on one person as they, too, may have moved into an already infested home.

Unfortunately, residents won’t be able to handle the infestation on their own. In order to address the problem, a NYC bed bug specialist will need to be contacted to treat the area.

At Stern Environmental Group, we have a team of experienced NYC bed bug specialists that will take care of business. Contact us for an inspection and treatment program to become bed bug free.

Bed Bug Populations Grow Amazingly Fast

Residents in New Jersey and New York City that have a bed bug infestation would be wise to get the infestation professionally taken care of as soon as possible. They won’t leave if you shout at them.

It takes bed bugs only two weeks to grow up. Each female is able to lay about 500 bed bug eggs. The babies then grow up and all the females can lay 500 eggs and the cycle repeats and soon it becomes a major bed bug infestation. Major bed bug infestations are difficult to eliminate and the bed bug pest control treatments become expensive.

One bed bug exterminator treated a house for a homeowner that didn’t get pest control treatments for eight months. The pest control expert had to drill holes in the walls and bed bugs were living in the light fixtures and all over the house. New Jersey and New York City bed bugs make lousy pets; the wise choice is to get rid of them as soon as they are spotted.

Expensive and Cheap Hotels: Bed Bugs don’t have a Preference

Bed bugs don’t care if they live in fancy New Jersey or New York City hotels or lower priced hotels. The fact that people are continually moving in and out of hotel rooms increases the chances that somebody unknowingly brought some of the odious insects with them.

Paying big bucks to stay at a hotel room won’t guarantee you won’t be attacked by the blood sucking New Jersey or New York City bed bugs. Also, there is no guarantee that an expensive hotel won’t try and hide a bed bug infestation or try to save money by not paying for bed bug pest control services for all the rooms recommended for treatment by a bed bug expert.

Although experts suggest you take off the sheets at a hotel room and look for tiny blood spots and bed bug fecal matter they also state that a proper inspection may require taking apart the bed and looking inside the mattress which is impractical and probably impossible for hotel guest to perform. A bed bug monitor is a valuable asset.

Bed Bugs Inspire a Plaintiff in New Jersey

A bed bug problem in Morristown, New Jersey has spawned a lawsuit. A tenant in a senior housing complex has filed a lawsuit claiming she has been evicted from her residence due to complaining to the mayor about a bed bug infestation in her building.

The lawsuit also states that the plaintiff was defamed by the executive director of the Morristown Housing Authority who allegedly stated to the media that the plaintiff was the source of the building’s bed bug problem. The plaintiff claims that the Director of the Morristown Housing Authority was “livid” and told the plaintiff that “she had bed bugs and they came from her.” Oh my.

The plaintiff is seeking punitive damages and unspecified compensatory damages. Perhaps there will soon be a bed bug specialty taught at the nation’s best law schools. Perhaps lawyer business cards will have the caption “bed bug lawyer” followed by “if bed bugs make you itch I will make you rich.” Oh my. Bed bugs are a big problem in New Jersey and New York City which keeps the bed bug pest control experts very busy.