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A great way to connect with potential customers.

We recently came across a fantastic tool to get leads for all kinds of jobs, bridging the gab between the customer and the contractor. C and E Pest Control inc. by C and E Pest Control inc. At C & E Pest Control we offer a wide range of service options from One Time Monthly Bi-Monthly Quarterly Semi-Annual The many varieties of contracts we offer allow us the flexibility to... Questions? Comments? Requests? Get in touch. Contact Now Brought to you by 
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Left untreated, bed bugs can spread quickly in multi-dwelling housing

Left untreated, bed bugs can spread quickly in multi-dwelling housing.  Both the housing and health codes require that property owners address infestations promptly. The surest strategies to keep bed bugs from spreading are prevention, early detection and rapid treatment.  As a tenant, the first action you should take if you believe that you have bed bugs is to notify your landlord.  As a landlord, the first action you should take is to conduct an inspection of the reported condition. Knowing what to look for is key! The Department of Health and Mental Hygiene’s (DOHMH) Bed Bug Website at http://nyc.gov/bedbugs  provides detailed information for tenants, property owners/agents and homeowners on how bed bugs thrive, how to recognize and inspect for their presence, steps to take to prevent them from infesting a home, how to safely rid an area of bed bugs if they do occur, and how to select and work with a pest management professional. You can also go to the Department of Hous

Attention Building Managers and Owners - Pest Management Plan Guidelines

Pest Management Plan Guidelines If you were ordered to write a Pest Management Plan (‘Plan’) to correct pest infestations or conditions conducive to pests, the following guideline will help. You must keep a copy of your Plan at the property where the infestation or conditions were observed, and make a copy available upon request to the Department and to occupants of the building. If you own a commercial or residential property, you will need to post a sign at the entrances of your building that informs users of the building (1) that a Plan is in effect (2) how to report the presence of pests, and (3) where they can go on the premises to review a copy of the Plan. Persons who should know about the Plan include building occupants, building managers, and pest control firms and professionals that may provide pest management services to the building. The following information must be included in your Plan: (1) General property information a. Property name, address, telephone

Great Bed Bug tips

Make sure you really have bed bugs, not fleas, ticks or other insects. You can compare your insect to the pictures on our  Identifying bed bugs  Web page or show it to your  local extension agent . (Extension agents are trained in pest control issues and know your local area.) Don't panic! It can be difficult to eliminate bed bugs, but it’s not impossible. Don’t throw out all of your things because most of them can be treated and saved. Throwing stuff out is expensive, may spread the bed bugs to other people's homes and could cause more stress. Think through your treatment options -- Don’'t immediately reach for the spray can. Be comprehensive in your approach. Try other things first. Integrated pest management (IPM) techniques may reduce the number of bed bugs and limit your contact with pesticides. If pesticides are needed, always follow label directions or hire a professional. There is help available to  learn about treatment options .  (4 pp, 480 K,  Abou

Yellow Jacket

Yellow jacket Scientific classification Kingdom:Animalia Phylum:Arthropoda Class:Insecta Order:Hymenoptera Family:Vespidae Subfamily:Vespinae Genus:Vespula or Dolichovespula Yellow jacket is the common name in North America for predatory wasps of the genera Vespula and Dolichovespula. Members of these genera are known simply as "wasps" in other English-speaking countries. Most of these are black and yellow; some are black and white like the bald-faced hornet, Dolichovespula maculata. Others may have the abdomen background color red instead of black. They can be identified by their distinctive markings, their occurrence only in colonies, and a characteristic, rapid, side to side flight pattern prior to landing. All females are capable of stinging. Despite having drawn the loathing of humans, yellow jackets are in fact important predators of pest insects.[1]

How many times do the some mice reproduce?

How many times do the some mice reproduce? Mice are fertile every 3-4 days. Are pregnant for 20-21 days. And are VERY fertile as soon as they give birth so if you keep the male and female together she will most likely have a litter every 21days or so as long as both are interested in breeding. Also depending on the size of the snake, there may only be a small age range of mice that it can eat......and snakes dont eat very often. Yes 2 males that are not housed together since birth will fight and likely kill eachother.....and sometimes ones that are will too. If you want a companian for him but do not want litters maybe see if you can get a retired breeder female. Would be older, unlikely to mate, and if she did, would likely only have small litters.