- Created: 08 September 2017 08 September 2017
If you own or manage an apartment building in New York or New Jersey, then it is important to start taking steps to avoid a bedbug infestation.
Many bedbug infestations begin in the summer since people are more on the move, and if a tenant visits a friend whose home or apartment is filled with bedbugs, then they can easily bring a few "hitchhikers" back into their unit that then begin breeding and spreading to other units.
Read on to learn the hazards of a bedbug infestation in your apartment building and steps you can take to prevent an infestation before it begins.
- Created: 01 September 2017 01 September 2017
House flies are gray in color and have stripes on the middle portion of their bodies. In residential settings, these pests commonly lay eggs on household trash and tend to spend time resting on flat objects, such as ceilings, windowsills or flooring.
- Created: 30 August 2017 30 August 2017
Moths are the bane of many homeowners. The pests can wreak havoc on your clothing, furnishings, and even your shoes. But if you notice strange-looking insects that resemble moths darting around your kitchen's light fixtures, cabinets and pantry, you may wonder if the pests are true moths and what can you do to eliminate them.
- Created: 23 August 2017 23 August 2017
One of the most common and destructive pests in the United States, including in the Northeastern region, is the black carpet beetle. This tiny insect reaches lengths of only one-fourth of an inch at most, but it is capable of doing great harm inside a home. Below is more information about this pest and what you can do to rid your home of it.
- Created: 16 August 2017 16 August 2017
One home-invading creature that evokes angst among most people is the house centipede. These leggy little bugs, which aren't even technically bugs, are spooky and fast, and they usually present themselves at inopportune times and places.