Unwanted 911 Exterminators are not only unsightly, but they can also pose a health and safety threat to you and your family. If you suspect that there is an infestation, look for frayed or chewed wires, piles of sawdust or debris near the outside of your home and other signs like discarded exoskeletons or dried blood flecks. If you find any of these signs, contact an Accredited pest control service to help remove the pests and prevent them from coming back.
A licensed pest control technician will use non-toxic products that are safe for the environment and your family. These professional exterminators are also trained to recognize and deal with the specific pests that plague each area of the city and know how to get rid of them without causing further damage or spreading illness.
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Pests such as mice, roaches and bed bugs are disease carriers that can spread infections. Hiring a professional exterminator can reduce your risk of becoming sick and can save you money in the long run by detecting and treating problems before they cause extensive damage.
A professional may cost more than a can of insecticide or a dozen mouse traps, but the peace of mind and reduced risk of future infestations make it well worth the investment. When choosing a pest control company, ask friends and neighbors for referrals and research online. Checking a company’s BBB rating, social media reviews and checking their licensing status with the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation are all good places to start.
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