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Bed Bugs Or Bat Bugs? – Get Bats Out – Bat Removal Experts

October 4th, 2018 by admin

Nearly everyone has been bugged by gnats, flies, and mosquitoes, possibly even lice. But how many have ever heard of, much less been the victim of bat bugs or scientifically known as bat mites? Instead of being someones bad idea of a comic book antihero, bat mites are real. And they can be a real nuisance.

Most people are familiar with bed bugs or dust mites, so when we find ourselves bitten by annoying little insects, we assume we should treat the area to get rid of those insects. We usually treat an infested area with insecticides, believing that will end the infestation. Many a landlord has hired a professional insect control company, only to have his tenants complain of re-infestation within a short time after the treatment was applied. These landlords have found out the hard way that, if so-called bed bugs return, it is quite likely that those bed bugs are actually bat mites.

As the name would suggest, bat mites are tiny little parasites that feed on bats. Bat mites, like their hosts (especially brown bats that roost in colonies), love to live in dark, protected areas and narrow retreats where it is difficult to find and get rid of them. They live a relatively long time for such little creaturesup to a year in cool areas.

Property owners will sometimes use aerosol bombs or other insecticide treatments, hoping to drive the bats away or kill any nesting bats while killing the insects. However, this is not a good course of action. Assuming that the bats are driven out by the aerosol, they will soon return. And a new infestation of mites, carried in on the returning bats, will soon replace any mites killed by the aerosol. The only effective way to get rid of the mites is to get rid of the bats first, making sure they cannot return. Only then will any mite control be effective.

Even if all the bats have been excluded and the site is now officially bat-free, there is still a likelihood that bat bugs are lurking in the corners, behind the wallpaper, in the carpets, or possibly in beddingsearching for a new source of food. This source may end up being human tenants or their pets, so steps should be taken to get rid of the mites.

Suppose there is evidence of bat mites in bedding. Should you use an insecticide on the bedding? The answer is an emphatic No! Bedding should always be protected from insecticide. Rather, frequent washing of the sheets in hot water and the use of mattress covers specifically designed for control of mites are recommended. Special mattress covers can be found online or in stores specializing in allergy-control bedding.

If bats are suspected and a buildings tenants are itching, or youve already employed a pest control service but still have bugs, take these steps in order to assure your bat mite problem is solved:

There is no need to continue to coexist with bat mites (or bats). By calling in a bat control specialist, you will be able to control both problems, saving yourself time (no other exterminators needed), money (only one exterminator at one price and any tenants will not be tempted to leave because of the bugs), and hassle (letting the professionals handle the pests is the safest, most effective way of ridding yourself of both bats and bat mites). Be sure to call if you suspect bats or bat mites. Youll be pleased with the results.

Your local bat removal expert,Michael Koski

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State-Specific Bed Bug Laws – Bed Bug Law by State

October 3rd, 2018 by admin

NPMA has compiled state specific bed bug laws and rules into one document.Click here to review the information.In a nutshell, twenty three states have passed or enacted bed bug specific legislation orrule making, including Alabama, Arizona, California,Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Texas, West Virginia and Wisconsin.

Many of the bed bug laws or rules are "legacy" statutes or regulations, ranging from 30 to 90 plus years old. The laws and rules focus on bed bug infestations in a variety of specific settings such as multifamily housing (Arizona, Florida, Maine, New York) vacation homes (South Dakota), trains (Illinois), hotels (Kansas, Nevada, Minnesota, Ohio, West Virginia), schools (New York) and migrant labor camps (Iowa). Laws in Arizona and Texas deem bed bugs a public health nuisance.

Arizona, Illinois, Maine, and New York bed bug laws (particularly vital to NYC) were passed or enacted since bed bug populations rebounded 10 plus years ago. Legislation on bed bugs is pending by state, with California, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York and North Carolina considering additional legislation.

This compilation of bed bug laws in the 50 states only includes those states that specifically include bed bug in their statutory or regulatory scheme. Liability imposed on landlords and tenants concerning bed bugs continue to vary from state to state regardless of whether bed bug laws have been implemented, this is due to the implied warranty of habitability. Inn keepers may also have a heightened duty depending on state law. Therefore this list is a reference point but not an exhaustive nor definitive list of how each state may handle a bed bug incident.

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Sofitel New York Hotel, New York City – TripAdvisor

August 22nd, 2018 by admin

SOFITEL NEW YORK - UPDATED 2018 Prices & Hotel Reviews (New York City) - TripAdvisor

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Overall this is a nice boutique hotel. The location can't be beat. It's a quick walk from Times Square/other attractions and a short Uber ride to anything else. The staff is incredibly nice and helpful. I ate breakfast in the hotel restaurant Gaby and it...More

There's a very nice feeling about the Sofitel in New York. It has the buzz of a relatively large, urban, sophisticated hotel, but it also feels intimate and welcoming. The colors throughout are warm, there's artwork everywhere, and the staff were extremely pleasant to deal...More

Bonjour Bequia1,I would like to thank you for sharing your experience with the Trip Advisor community.It is a great pleasure to know that you enjoyed the service provided by the Sofitel New York ambassadors, and that you liked the nice continental touches throughout...More

Only stayed for one night, but was very impressed. Check-in was very pleasant with the complimentary macarons. Room was clean, spacious with a lot of closet space; decor is simple yet elegant. We requested a crib for our infant and they provide a nicer crib...More

We stayed 2 nights over the weekend in June. While the overall experience with room and service was very positive, I took away 1 star for the fact of false advertising on behalf of the parent company AccorHotels, which cost me extra $$ for the...More

I spent two nights at the NYC Sofitel and Im covered with BED BUG BITES!!!!! I understand that bed bugs are an issue in NYC. However, I have left three very explicit messages for the hotels GM explaining that I had experienced a bed bug...More

Dear K L,I had a chance to review your comments and was very troubled and disappointed to learn of your recent stay at Sofitel New York. We have reviewed all executive team member voicemails and have been unable to locate your messages. We have...More

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While I do know that a Keurig coffee maker, coffee & condiments are available for asking (ask as soon as you book the room for better chance of getting this), I have never requested a mini fridge. It doesn't hurt to call and ask. And if "at first" you don't get an answer, ask for someone else to help you with answering this question, on the 3rd try ask for the "Manager on Duty"!What this forum asks of you, is to report back once you have made 3 attempts and let us know if you succeeded or not!!!Patty (a repeat Sofitel customer, would take a lot to stay anywhere else in mid Manhattan near Theatre District/Restaurants/Times Square/Rockefeller Center, and for those train riders, N-S subway real close by too!)!!

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Bedbugs Information for Homeowners & Tenants – New York City

August 4th, 2018 by admin

Bed bugs can enter homes by latching onto used furniture, luggage and clothing, and by traveling along connecting pipes and wiring. The resources on this page can help home owners, renters,and tenants prevent bed bug infestations and safely control them when they occur.

Right to a bed bug free environment : For tenants in New York, the right to a bedbug-free environment is included in New York City's Housing and Maintenance Code, Subchapter 2, Article 4 , which specifically names bedbugs in the list of insects the landlord is legally obligated to eradicate.

The New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) lists bedbugs as a Class B violation, which means that they are considered hazardous and that the landlord has 30 days to correct the problem. The landlord must eradicate the infestation and keep the affected units from getting reinfested. Learn more by reading the Metropolitan Council on Housing Fact Sheet on Bed Bugs .

Notice of Bed Bug Infestation History : New York City Administrative Code 27-2018.1 , which the Governor signed into law on August 31, 2010, mandates that new residential tenants in New York City be given a one-year bed bug infestation history. All State supervised rental and mutual housing companies in New York City are required to provide new residential tenants with a completed copy of this notice, which is also available on the agency's website . Learn more by visitingthe Metropolitan Council on Housingpage on Bed Bugs .

If a landlord fails to disclose bed bug history : Tenants can use the form DBB-N Tenants Complaint of Owners Failure to Disclose Bed Bug Infestation History/Notice and Order: Tenants have to call 1-866-275-3427 or call/visit one of the borough offices to request a copy of the form; the form will be mailed to the tenants address.

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Bed Bugs | City of New York – nyc.gov

July 28th, 2018 by admin

You can report bed bugs in:

If you report bed bugs in a residential building, hotel, or SRO, the Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) will conduct an inspection. HPD may conduct inspections with a bed bug-sniffing dog. If bed bugs are found, the residential building owner may get a ticket. To report bed bugs in a private house or apartment, you must be a tenant in the building, and you must provide your contact information.

Under the NYC Bed Bug Disclosure Act, landlords must notify prospective tenants in writing about any bed bug infestations that have occurred in their building in the past year. If you want to make a complaint about a landlord who is not complying with this law, you should contact NYS Homes and Community Renewal at (718) 739-6400.

To report bed bugs in businesses, nonprofit organizations, or child care facilities, you should contact the manager or owner of the facility.

If you are a private homeowner, you should hire a pest control professional licensed by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation to evaluate the pest problem and to exterminate if necessary. Licensed exterminators should always provide proof of their license upon request.

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Bed Bugs Solutions | Bell Environmental

July 22nd, 2018 by admin

Bell Environmental provides safe, thorough, and effective bed bug solutions so residences, schools, libraries, offices, stores, hospitals, vehicles and others no longer have bed bug problems. Thoroughness and service quality are the real keys to eliminating bed bugs. Our full range of treatments give you all the tools necessary to resolve any bed bug situation.

What We Do explains our exclusive InstantFreeze program and our other unique tools such as top quality preparation, fumigation, storage services to make your bed bugs go away. Our solutions are environmentally friendly and do not damage computers, furniture, and sensitive items.

What We Dont Do explains why we dont use steam or thermal/radiant heat methods. Steam is not thorough enough to treat your whole home and can damage your electronics and damage your furniture. Thermal heat carries significant fire risks putting your life and home in danger during and after treatment. Radiant heat can also damage your personal items, fail to eliminate bed bugs, and can often spread them to neighboring rooms and apartments.

Where We Go shows our entire service area. Bell Environmental serves both of ourTri-Stateregions that are centered around New York City (NY-NJ-CT) and Philadelphia (PA-NJ-DE). We treat homes and officesin New York City and Philadelphia and their suburbs every day. Bell Environmental frequently gets calls to solve bed bug problems in Pennsylvania camps, Hamptonsbeach houses, Connecticut offices, New Jersey hospitals, and Philadelphia-area schools and colleges- and everywhere in between!

Whom We Serve describes how our bed bug solutions eliminate problems for residents of single family homes and multi-dwelling units. We also eliminate bed bug issues for schools, libraries, hospitals, computer data centers, stores that want effective solutions that allow them to stay open rather than shutting down. Our solutions can safely treat sensitive medical equipment, computer servers, and other electronics.

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Does Suffocating Bed Bugs Work? | Atlantic Bed Bug Inspection

July 13th, 2018 by admin

Over the years, I cant tell you how many times Ive been in a bed bug infested residence, and talked with customers that become extremely frustrated as they face the task of solving a bed bug problem. What if there are bed bugs in my shoes? What if there are bed bugs in my radio? What if there are bed bugs in my lap top? What do I do?

All legitimate questions, and the answers havent always been easily available. We know that bed bugs will crawl inside of electronics, because we routinely read examples of bed bugs being found there. We know that bed bugs can be found on shoes, especially as in many instances, bed bugs may have hitchhiked into a home on a persons shoes. During our inspections, weve found bed bugs inside newspapers, magazines, on a persons belt, on hats, on lap tops. You get the idea.

We know that a Zapp Bug heating chamber has been a fantastic option to address many of a households items that cant be treated with pesticides. Heat kills bed bugs, theres no question about that. But what if you dont have access to a Zapp Bug? Is there another option, a less expensive option, that will also eliminate bed bugs on those items that cant be chemically treated? Which is why weve asked the question:

Does suffocating bed bugs work?

Our experience has been that it does. Weve placed hundreds of bed bugs in air-tight vials including eggs and have never seen one survive past 5 days. During these 5 days, were never opening the vials, and the vials are being maintained at room temperature.

Can suffocation be a practical, useful tool then? Absolutely when supplemented with other remediation measures.

The items youre going to want to deny air to are going to have to be on the small side: lap tops, cell phones, small electronics, shoes, toys, books, CDs, paperwork, etc. Youre going to need large enough air-tight bags that stand no chance of air finding their way inside once sealed, and no chance of tearing. Examples we can point to, and items you can Google search, would be: jumbo slider zip bags, vacuum storage bags, and space bags. All of these bags can definitely be closed and sealed properly.

Youll need to prepare to be without an essential item for a few days if suffocation is the way you wish to proceed. If being without an essential item is just not possible (ie. lap top, cell phone), then vacuuming that item can be sufficient. But for those items you can air-tight and let them sit undisturbed, then suffocation should be considered as another useful piece of ammunition in the fight against bed bugs.

If you have any question about this measure, or any other remediation measure, please call us anytime.

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Bed Bugs – Welcome to NYC.gov | City of New York

July 11th, 2018 by admin

Information for New York City Residents

Bed bug infestations are increasingly common, but there are steps that can be taken to prevent bed bugs from infesting your home. When bed bugs are present, they can be safely controlled. This web site will help you learn more about how they thrive, how to recognize and inspect for their presence, steps to take to prevent them from infesting your home, how to safely rid your home of bed bugs if they do occur, and also how to select and work with a pest management professional.

Read the guide, Preventing and Getting Rid of Bed Bugs Safely (PDF)

Bed bugs are small insects that are usually active at night when people are sleeping. Adult bed bugs have flat, brown oval bodies and are about the size of an apple seed.

The New York City area has more than 1,000 pest control companies and thousands of licensed pest management professionals. To get rid of bed bugs, you need to choose the right company, be clear about what you want done, and monitor the service you get.

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