Bed Bugs

The resurgence of bed bugs in recent years has brought renewed relevance to the old saying, "Sleep tight. Don't let the bed bugs bite." Almost unheard of after World War II, the ban on DDT and the increase in international travel are largely to blame for their reemergence, and while beds may be ground zero for these pesky bugs, they can be found almost anywhere, including hospitals, airplanes, movie theaters and even department stores.

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Rodents

Mice and rats pose many threats to you, your family and your home. When they take up residence, they rarely travel alone, often bringing in fleas, mites, ticks and lice as well. Micro droplets of mouse urine can trigger allergic reactions in children. Rats will chew through just about anything when nesting, including wiring, which can cause fires. Rats are also known to urinate on and eat stored foods. Both mice and rats can transmit numerous diseases. Obviously, mice and rat control is a serious matter.

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Roaches

There is nothing worse than turning on the lights and seeing a cockroach scurry across the room, back into its hiding place between your walls. Nobody wants these resilient pests sneaking around their house — if someone sees a roach in their bedroom, don’t be surprised if they decide to sleep on the couch later that night.Roaches can survive on whatever food source is nearby, including hair, sewage or sweets and have been known to carry diseases such as Salmonella, Staphylococcus, Streptococcus and Escherichia coli.

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Protect Your Family and Home From Bed Bugs, Rodents & Cockroaches

 

King Bug is a family owned and operated business established 2017. Our CEO, Cesar Jaime, the main technician has been in the field since 2007 . NOW him and his family have established King Bug to service New York City, and maintain customers' pest free. We service commercial and residential sites. We work diligently to make sure to satisfy your buggy needs with our diligent and careful work. We use eco-friendly chemicals to provide the least hazardous exposure to people, children, property, and the environment.

 

The resurgence of bed bugs in recent years has brought renewed relevance to the old saying, "Sleep tight. Don't let the bed bugs bite." Almost unheard of after World War II, the ban on DDT and the increase in international travel are largely to blame for their reemergence, and while beds may be ground zero for these pesky bugs, they can be found almost anywhere, including hospitals, airplanes, movie theaters and even department stores

 

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