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It is thermal season. We are going around the clock getting rid of not only bed bugs but also what destroying insects as well. Powder post beetles don't stand a chance.
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I speak to a lot of people about pest control. Many immediately want to know an estimated cost on price to complete a project. Once they hear the price they sometimes politely say thank you and say its too much and hang up before I get a chance to completely explain what they are getting. Well how much is too much? And if you don't wait for the explanation of the services you will be receiving how can you compare to other vendors? What about the quality of the service or the experience that is behind the work being done? These are all things that clients should take into consideration. For example with our bedbug heat treatment division we do pretty much the majority of all the prep work, we make sure all the clothes get treated. We bag up and treat any sensitive items. We consult with our clients to answer all and any questions that they may have and we also provide a follow-up canine to ensure that the job is complete. In addition we have a long track record of successful heat treatments that can be verified independently by many of the websites that discuss bedbugs. We  are the FIRST heat treatment company in NY, NJ and PA-There's an old saying that I find to be true "you get what you pay for" and with A3 Superior Pest Control In many cases you get much more than what you pay for. We are not satisfied until you are. My company was built on that promise and it has done well by us and our clients over the last 18 plus years we have been in this industry.
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Rodents are taking over the East side of Manhattan around East 72nd Street up to about 93rd! Packs of rats have been sighted hassling tourists, raiding garbage cans and digging homes where they are not wanted. Building managers should band together as rodent population constantly expand. Get bait stations in with snap traps inside, reduce harborage as much as possible, make sure garbage is not an available food source, make sure your tenants are cleaning up after their pets. We are all in this together-dont let the rats win!
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Been a busy bed bug season. I am thinking of writing a book for moms in regard to bed bugs. Needed or no?
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One of my landlords received a violation for rodent poop on his sidewalk. He received a $300 violation from the NYCDOH. He wanted to know what he could do. This is what I told him
"Think of it as a Landlord Tax. You can fight it but people are rarely successful. There is no issue in your building. Basically a rat came along, pooped on your property and you got screwed by NYC. Even if the issue is coming next door-you have the poop-you get the fine. I would take a lot of pictures of your property showing how well maintained it is, show the letter you are getting from us, bring payment records for pest control and try to get it reduced or thrown out. If you win you are one in a thousand. You know that saying you cant fight City Hall-here is your proof. DeBlasio should be paying the fines because NYC has cut down on inspectors and pest control applicators and basically told landlords “its your problem you take care of it”. Even when we know that most of the rat populations are living in Central Park,underground and on City owned public lots, spaces, sewers etc-areas we(private applicators) are prohibited to treat by NYC law. etc. 
So my building owner will probably end up paying the fine although his building is immaculate, well maintained, and follows all the rules and recommendations set forth for rodent control. Fair? No, but that is the way it is in NYC. What do you think? 

 
Jeff Klein; Associate Certified Entomologist
A3 Superior Pest Control LLC; Licensed NY, NJ and PA 
Systematic Cleaning & Restoration Corp; An IICRC Certified Company
877-757-7767 – office
877-757-9626 – fax  
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One of my landlords received a violation for rodent poop on his sidewalk. He received a $300 violation from the NYCDOH. He wanted to know what he could do. This is what I told him
"Think of it as a Landlord Tax. You can fight it but people are rarely successful. There is no issue in your building. Basically a rat came along, pooped on your property and you got screwed by NYC. Even if the issue is coming next door-you have the poop-you get the fine. I would take a lot of pictures of your property showing how well maintained it is, show the letter you are getting from us, bring payment records for pest control and try to get it reduced or thrown out. If you win you are one in a thousand. You know that saying you cant fight City Hall-here is your proof. DeBlasio should be paying the fines because NYC has cut down on inspectors and pest control applicators and basically told landlords “its your problem you take care of it”. Even when we know that most of the rat populations are living in Central Park,underground and on City owned public lots, spaces, sewers etc-areas we(private applicators) are prohibited to treat by NYC law. etc. 
So my building owner will probably end up paying the fine although his building is immaculate, well maintained, and follows all the rules and recommendations set forth for rodent control. Fair? No, but that is the way it is in NYC. What do you think? 

 
Jeff Klein; Associate Certified Entomologist
A3 Superior Pest Control LLC; Licensed NY, NJ and PA 
Systematic Cleaning & Restoration Corp; An IICRC Certified Company
877-757-7767 – office
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http://newyork.cbslocal.com/2013/07/02/new-tick-borne-illness-could-be-worse-than-lyme-disease/ Be careful out there people. Its Spring and the ticks are out.Spring is good news. Bad news is that this and several other viruses and bacterium are now present in our tick populations. Some are even fatal. If you get bitten by a tick save the tick and you can have it tested. It is also a good idea to get yourself tested. 
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