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Bed Bug Exterminator in NYC | BedBug911 – Get Rid of Bed Bugs

August 9th, 2015 by admin

Bed Bug 911 is a New York City and New York State Certified Women-owned Business Enterprise WBE as well as a proud WBENC-Certified beneficiary. Bed Bug 911 is the licensed exterminator branch of Home Clean Home (HCH), a veteran of commercial and residential cleaning services as well as an eco-friendly janitorial product manufacturer. The NYC bed bug resurgence in the last decade necessitated the creation of this specialized licensed branch.

No one understands how to get rid of bed bugs like we do. The bed bug infestation faced by New Yorkers can be overwhelming. These little guys are persistent. It takes real professionals and hard-earned experience to make sure your home and spaces come out bed bug free. Our expert bed bug exterminators know that every infestation is different in its own way so we tailor our comprehensive approach of bed bug preparation, extermination and prevention to the specific needs of each individual case.

We care about stopping your bed bug infestation in its tracks as much as you do so we have pioneered the three-step method of Preparation, Extermination and Prevention. It is the most comprehensive method:

Our success is dependent on our tenacity in eradicating bed bugs. We follow up a week to ten days after initial the service to reevaluate the premises. We recommend following up at least once a week, depending on the severity of the infestation, but we will come back as often as needed in order to accomplish our goal - the complete eradication of your bed bug infestation, without harming adults, children, pets or your living environment.

With over two decades of experience, our knowledgeable, courteous and prompt staff are dedicated to the extermination of those relentless Manhattan bed bugs. We deliver results because we understand and care about our clients. Thats why we are the number one choice for bed bug exterminators in NYC.

We're the experts at getting rid of bed bugs in NYC, the 5 boroughs, New Jersey and the entire New York area. We know how to get rid of bed bugs in homes and commercial spaces with our specialized extermination services. But what about when youre out? Dont take any stowaways back to your bed bug free home! We carry bed bug travel spray, ideal for taking with you to hotels, summer camps, clothing stores and theaters. Our spray will kill bed bugs on contact, allowing you to rest assured that you won't be bitten while you sleep when you're traveling. We also manufacture luxurious stretchable knit mattress covers for those who want to protect their valuable mattresses from infestation.

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New York City FAQ’s about bed bugs in the workplace Bed …

May 7th, 2015 by admin

The following sections address many of the questions raised by agency HR, facilities, safety and health staff, and employees about issues that can arise in connection with the presence of bed bugs in an office setting. For general information about bed bugs and their prevention and remediation, please consult the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH) website on this topic (www.nyc.gov/bedbugs).

What steps can be taken in the workplace to prevent bed bug infestations?

Bed bugs can be easily transported from the home to the workplace by employees and visitors. Since it would be impossible to screen everyone entering the workplace, the best preventive measures are education and observation. All employees should be encouraged to visit the DOHMH bed bug website to learn how to identify bed bugs and how to address infestations at home. Employees should be diligent in recognizing signs of bed bugs at home or at work, so that remedial measures can be taken quickly to prevent their spread to other locations. Eliminating clutter in the workplace can also make it much easier to locate any bed bugs that may be present.

Should employees be permitted to bring in alcohol sprays and baking soda into the office as possible preventive measures?

Neither alcohol nor baking soda has been demonstrated to be effective in preventing bed bug infestations, and they should not be used for that purpose. Under no circumstances should employees be permitted to use alcohol sprays or any type of pesticide in the office. Only licensed exterminators are permitted to apply pesticides under strictly regulated conditions.

What are the first steps to be taken when a report has been made that bed bugs have been found in the workplace?

The first step in an agency's investigation of a report of bed bugs is to determine, to the extent possible, the nature of, and the scope of the bed bug presence. If the insect(s) in question can be caught, a positive identification should be made, as it is very common for beetles or other types of pests to be mistaken for bed bugs. It is important to be aware that not all bugs are bed bugs: DOHMH provides a service for identification, with guidelines on how to submit samples (see attachment).

If a bed bug has been found, the work location should be carefully inspected for any additional signs. Very often a stray bed bug or two may enter the workplace by any number of means, and immediate assessment and treatment by an exterminator, as necessary, can resolve the problem before it becomes more serious. However, if numerous bed bugs have been found, or if there are repeated occurrences, a more serious condition may exist which warrants further investigation and more extensive remediation. The agencys exterminator may use a variety of means to inspect the workplace, including the use of properly trained bed bug detector dogs.

How can my agency determine the source of a bed bug in the workplace?

While agency visitors or clients may sometimes introduce bed bugs into the workplace, very often their presence can be traced to an individual employee, based upon reports and observations from co-workers and/or a physical inspection of the work area. The process of identifying the source of the problem can often be difficult, especially as confidentiality issues may arise during the investigation process.

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Bed Bugs in New York Hotels – New York City Forum …

March 22nd, 2015 by admin

4. Re: Bed Bugs in New York Hotels

Whilst I agree that many hotels have been exposed, and how they deal with it is important, I don't agree that every hotel has been exposed to such.

In fact the overwhelming statistics indicate that over 90% of reported 'claims' are in fact something other than bed bugs, or simply mistaken (every second person who wakes up with an itch seems to instantly presume it's bed bugs). This isn't to say that bed bugs don't occur in hotel rooms, but typical travel patterns of guests in a hotel will have a significant impact on the *likelihood* of encountering bed bugs. But even then, you aren't talking about the entire hotel infestation, it may have been a single room incident, that was well dealt with exceptionally well.

Having said that, the chances of bed bugs do increase significantly, with clientele that move in backpacking circles. The contact opportunity is simply higher.

Hotels take bed bugs seriously, and it mean serious. Aside from a hotel fire and food poisoning, it's probably the worst thing that can occur. I've seen not only rooms quarantined, but entire floors, and they've taken it so seriously that they've had maintenance/engineering staff go on with the exterminator, and rip apart the soft furnishings, bed frame, and basically bundle everything into airtight bags for incineration.

I agree with the others and wouldn't stress about it. And don't ever refer to those silly Bed Bug registries, it's a load of garbage.

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Bed Bugs | City of New York

February 28th, 2015 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 Bug Information or Complaint | City of New York

January 31st, 2015 by admin

You can report bed bugs in private residences, New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) property, hotels, single room occupancy (SRO) buildings, New York City public schools, CUNY colleges, hospitals, and subways.

An inspection will be conducted and if bed bugs are found, the residential building owner may get a ticket. Inspections may be conducted with a bed bug-sniffing dog. 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 complain about landlords who are 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.

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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 required. Licensed exterminators should always provide proof of their license upon request.

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6 Casting Notices to Kick December Off Right

December 6th, 2014 by admin

By Backstage Staff | Posted Dec. 5, 2014, 4:27 p.m.

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Now that weve entered the final month of 2014, its time to start thinking about how you finish the year off on a high note. Here are seven auditions that could be the job you book to do it!

SUPERNATURAL WEB SERIESThis Web series shooting and seeking submissions from, in, and around Anaheim, Calif. is casting three lead roles and five supporting. All types that can play 2130 years old are welcome to audition Dec. 7 for the roles described as a hero-type, mild-mannered pop culture junkie, and a female street smart gutter-type punk. Sides will be provided at the audition and actors are also able to email their submissions.

BED BUGS AND BEYONDThis one-act play with a message and sexual innuendo galore out of New York City is casting four leads to play dual characters. For the audition be sure to bring a monologue and be prepared to look over material. This play is 50 minutes long with improvisational guitar music to accent moments in the show, states the director.

TRIALS AND TRIBULATIONSThis feature film is casting a multitude of roles out of New York City for a Gospel drama adapted from the story of Hagar. The film follows the fall of a good church-going girl who upon meeting Jermaine, finds herself framed for drug possession. She overcomes many trials and tribulations to find her way back to God. The project will rehearse and shoot beginning mid-December.

IRREPLACEABLEOpening February 2015, this play examines themes of love, life, family, and self-discovery, and is casting its two leads, one male and one female to begin rehearsing in December. As always, headshot and rsum!

VENUS IN FURThis Equity production is seeking submissions to play Thomas and Vanda from New York City for a run of Venus in Fur in Lancaster, Penn. Equity members must mail their headshot and rsum by Dec. 15 for consideration. Auditions are Dec. 17 and 18 with rehearsals beginning at the end of January. The show will run Feb. 17March 18, 2015. Be aware nudity will be required.

DUNE BUGGYThis short film is casting the two lead roles of Zach and Cayden to portray the rise and fall of a relationship between two deeply insecure, young, gay men. The production pays $150/day, meals and transportation will be provided, and it will shoot Spring 2015 in Long Island. Producers plan to apply for a SAG-AFTRA contract. Auditions are Dec. 1820 in New York City.

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Nina In New York: Theres Probably Really A Snake In My Boot

October 30th, 2014 by admin

A lighthearted look at news, events, culture and everyday life in New York. The opinions expressed are solely those of the writer. ______________

ByNina Pajak

There are certain inalienable truths in this world, under whose tenets I have operated my whole life.

1. Beer before liquor, never sicker. 2. Dont touch your face, itll make you break out. 3. Living in New York City means not having to worry about natural disasters like earthquakes (usually), tornadoes (mostly), scorpions (definitely), and snakes. 4. Two cookies at a time is an iron-clad serving size that no mere mortal may override.

Sure, we have rats and spiders and cockroaches for days, and crazy people who might spit on you and public defecation and bed bugs and sky high rents and pigeons and all manner of nasty blights, but short of escaped pets who took a wrong turn at the toilet bowl, were not too big on reptiles. Or so I thought.

Earlier this week, a snake that many rude, unsympathetic people have callously and offhandedly described as just a harmless, little one decided to slither into our place and hang out in the basement. I dont know if it heard that Ive been on a Gilmore Girls binge lately or if it just really likes the smell of old tax returns and gift wrap supplies, or if maybe it got the memo that Halloween is coming up and its time to scare the living crap out of an unsuspecting citizen. But there it was. And I promise you, there is no such thing as a little snake when its in your house.

Obviously, its time to move. If anyone knows of a decently sized two bedroom in a family-friendly neighborhood under an impenetrable dome which has been swept of snakes and other shocking intruders, please email me.

In the spirit of honesty, I wasnt in the house either. Thank God. Someone else was, and she texted me a photo and then called to swear a blue streak and yell at me for not being home and cry a little, and then we both decided she should somehow dash outside to call in some help from a construction crew working nearby without ever losing sight of our cold-blooded intruder. She succeeded, and two out of three of the guys willingly entered our apartment, where they did battle with the snake for an excruciating number of minutes. In the end, man remained at the top of the food chain and this poor, serpentine soul is in snake heaven now, if such a thing exists (and it isnt totally antithetical to their long-maligned existence).

If this upsets you, Im sorry. I really am. I do feel a little badly, in a way I wasnt expecting and have never felt before with other pest run-ins. I keep imagining the snake as an ancillary sidekick-type character in a Disney movie, cracking wise and sneaking through holes in walls to eavesdrop and keep the hero abreast of important, plot-driving details. What if it was on its way to finding its long lost parents from whom it was separated when emigrating from Russia to America? Or what if its best friend was a friendly, germaphobic rat, and they were on an adventure across New York to eat at every Zagat-starred vegetarian restaurant (dumpster)? These thoughts are plaguing me, and I fret that I will never find peace until Ive reconciled my true detestation for vermin with the confusing, emotionally-wrenching anthropomorphizing with which the Disney corporation has filled my head.

Then again, in most of those movies the snake is some hideously nightmarish incarnation of a psychotic, magical villain, or its a simpering lackey to an evil overlord. And furthermore, uuuugh. And eeeew. And eek! And bleah! Listen, Im an animal lover. But Im also a bug/rodent/creepazoid hater, and I feel strongly that if an icky-crawly of any kind invades my space, it must be destroyed. I think this is more than fair. Likewise, if I were out camping and a snake crawled into my tent or cabin or whatever campers sleep in, I would think, well, Im in snake territory and have no right to expect anything less, so lets respectfully get the eff out of here, whose stupid idea was it to go camping in the first place? But this is New York City! What in Gods name is a snake doing here at all, let alone in my home? Since when do they break and enter? Since when do they appear anywhere in urban environments other than within horrifying childrens books and Samuel L. Jackson movies? Whatever pact we had with them has been trampled, Im sure of it. Its all so, so wrong. How can I ever trust any law of nature again? If snakes are skulking around Queens all of a sudden, all bets are off.

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The Bed Bug Inspectors – Flatiron – New York, NY | Yelp

October 25th, 2014 by admin

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The Bed Bug Inspectors is an independent pest inspection company that employs highly trained, nationally certified (NESDCA) Bed Bug Dog Teams to identify and remove bed bugs and live bed bug eggs. The Bed Bug Inspectors will pinpoint with up to 95% accuracy where the bedbugs or bedbug eggs are hiding.

The Bed Bug Inspectors will immediately respond to your situation. We send a Certified Bed Bug Dog Inspection Team to determine if there are live bedbugs and/or viable bedbug eggs. After the Bed Bug Dog Inspection Team completes the bed bug detection, we advise of the findings. If the Bed Bug Dog Inspection Team detects the scent of live bedbugs and/or viable bedbug eggs we discuss your next steps.

There is an overwhelming amount of information about what to do when you have a bed bug problem. Add suggestions from friends, urban legends, and quotes from three different pest control companies and the solution can be hard to see.

The Bed Bug Inspectors are here to help guide you. Since we offer only bed bug detection services we offer non-biased inspection and answers on how to best solve your individual remediation needs.

Established in 2009.

We are a Bed Bug Inspection organization that employs the use of nationally trained canine teams as well some of New York City's top bed bug inspectors.

Since 2009 we have performed over 5000 inspections for residential clients and have worked with the region's top pest control firms, hotels/motels, property management companies.

We were New York's first independent NESDCA certified Bed Bug Dog Inspection Company and can offer you an unbiased assessment of your problem.

I have worked in the pest control industry for the past 20 plus years. I spent 8 years as Vice President of one of the most well respected regional Pest Control Companies in New York. In 2009 I opened the first independent bed bug dog inspection company in NYC.

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Bed bugs invade New York City subways – The Morning Call

October 21st, 2014 by admin

NEW YORK Three New York City subway trains had to be fumigated after riders and staff spotted bedbugs in the cars, a transit spokesman said on Wednesday.

The bedbugs were found on the N train, which links Brooklyn's Coney Island with lower and midtown Manhattan and Astoria in Queens.

Two trains were taken out of service to be fumigated by exterminators on Sunday, and another on Tuesday, said Kevin Ortiz, a spokesman for the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, the state-controlled agency that runs the subway.

"Out of an abundance of caution, we are also doing spot checks inside crew rooms," Ortiz said. The fumigations were first reported in the New York Daily News.

The New York City subway is one of the busiest transit systems in the world. Humans make nearly 5.5 million trips on the system on an average weekday. Ortiz said he was not aware of previous reports of bedbugs on the subway.

Bedbugs can grow to the size of an apple seed and feed on human blood. They sometimes leave behind itchy bite marks, rashes and the gnawing anxiety caused by a possible infestation, a perennial fear in crowded cities.

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New York's Carter Hotel, dubbed the 'dirtiest hotel in America' to sell for 107m

June 5th, 2014 by admin

Located in key position just off Times Square in New York Scooped 'dirtiest hotel in America' TripAdvisor award three times Used hospital sheets on beds and violated 15 building codes Room 608 was the site of a murder in 2007

By Travelmail Reporter

Published: 03:18 EST, 5 June 2014 | Updated: 03:28 EST, 5 June 2014

The Hotel Carter famously won TripAdvisor's 'dirtiest hotel in America' award three times in a year, but now there are buyers bidding to snap up the New York accommodation with the price expected to reach $180million (107million).

The 600-room hotel, just off Times Square on West 43rd Street, has had bug infestations, was the site of a murder in 2007 and has violated 15 building codes from uncharged fire extinguishers and exit signs that don't light up to lifts that were overdue for inspection.

Lawrence Wolfe, who has been handling the sale, told NBC News: 'It's the dirtiest, and best located hotel in New York City. It was under-managed and neglected.'

Key location: The Hotel Carter is expected to sell for 107million, despite its questionable reputation for cleanliness

In need of an upgrade: The bathrooms were pictured with stains and mould when the Hotel Carter won the 'Dirtiest hotel in America' title for the third time in 2009

First opened in the 1930s as the Hotel Dixie, it was famed as an affordable New York location, but in recent years the two-star accommodation had insect infestations, bed bugs and even used discarded hospital linens for its bedding.

In 2007, a woman in her 20s was found dead in room 608, with her head and legs wrapped in plastic bags. She had been strangled.

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