8 Best Ways to Bug-Proof Your House

What you can do to the outside — and inside — of your home to keep ants, roaches, and other little buggers at bay.

By Michael Pomranz
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Bed bugs are naturally seeking out a host at night. Their bites over the course of days or weeks may result in mild to intense allergic responses. They grow quite fast and then it becomes almost impossible to get rid of them. If you are having a doubtful feeling that bugs are present, then do not hesitate to call the experts, pest control Queens NY, where the NYC Pest Control professionals know where to find these insects and have the bed bug treatments in NYC that is very much effective.

thomasrodarte48@outlook.com on 2017-08-09 07:19:03

Actually, you don't really need an exterminator for bedbugs. I had them, and I had *him*, and I still had them after two visits. So I got a bag of diatomaceous earth. It took about four years, but I killed 'em!

The problem is that exterminators today can't use DDT, which is what rendered bb's just about extinct in this country in the 50s and 60s. What they *can* use kills maybe 90% of the critters, and the ones that survive are just that much tougher. Then they have to use something else, and *that* gets maybe 90%. And so on. And as long as you have one pregnant female, you'll get them again. DE, however, attacks their physical integrity; they can't build up an immunity to it (or be hatched with one). As far as we know, they don't spread diseases, so if you can put up with a few welts, just use DE.

chrijeff50@hotmail.com on 2016-06-16 08:07:57

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