Although not known to carry and transmit dangerous pathogens, bedbugs can, at best, give guests the creeps. At worst, these pests can make for an uncomfortable night's sleep for homeowners, hoteliers and their guests. Fortunately, DQ Pest Control's Nassau County exterminator pros know just what to do to banish them from your bedrooms.
Bed bugs are extremely persistent pests. Often, a homeowner can launch several unsuccessful tries before making a dent in the bed bug population. This is because the bugs are seldom seen during the day and untrained individuals have difficulty identifying their hiding spots. This is why it is so vital to call in professional bedbug control. In Nassau County, Suffolk County, New York metro area and surrounding vicinities, DQ Pest Control is the extermination team of record. Our experienced staff can root out the bed bug problem and eradicate these pests quickly, most often in one fell swoop.
It is not enough to merely "starve out" bedbugs. These hearty insects can live for up to a year without sustenance, and each female can lay up to 300 eggs! It's no wonder a professional Nassau County exterminator is usually the only viable option for resolving a bed bug problem.
Just like bed bugs, termites also can be persistent if not properly and professionally addressed. For information on bed bug eradication in Suffolk, Nassau County, termite inspection services and other products and services, contact DQ. We employ the best Nassau County exterminators.
While one doesn't need to necessarily panic at the first signs of termites - mounds, wings, mud tubules along windows and door sills, etc. - it is also important not to squander time on futile extermination efforts. For years Nassau County termite inspection professionals recommended termite control treatments when a swarm was observed. In fact, the termite swarm was usually the only indication that there was a termite problem. Termites are active 24 hours a day, 7 days a week all year long. Other than performing a visual Nassau County termite inspection of exposed and accessible wooden structural components of a home, the termite swarm was the only sure way to know that termites were active in and around a home. However, termites appear to be changing their behavior in such a way that they are becoming more difficult to identify. Termites classic swarming behavior, which had been relied upon as a sure indication of termite activity is changing. That is to say that the termites may have found another way to reproduce making termite swarming less and less likely. Just because you don't see a termite swarm does not mean you are termite free. Yearly Nassau County termite inspections may be the way to go. However, the home owner must understand that even with a visual termite inspection of accessible areas in a structure, the termites may still go unnoticed. This is why it is so important to do a Nassau County termite inspection using a termite detection dog. Whether you suspect that you may have a termite problem and want your property in Nassau County inspected for termites, or you are puchasing a home in Nassau County and need a termite inspection, contact DQ Pest Control for a canine termite inspection in Nassau County, New York. Buying a home is the biggest purchase most people make in their lives. A homeowner should know what they are purchasing and if there is any live and existing infestation of termites. When you purchase a home in Nassau County, the bank requires a Wood Destroying Insect Inspection Report. A Wood Destroying Insect Inspection Report is a document prepared only by a New York State licensed pest control operator that informs the lending institution and buyer about the presence or absence of wood destroying insects, such as subterranean termites, powder post beetles, carpenter ants and sometimes carpenter bees. The Wood Destroying Insect Inspection Report is not a structural damage report. A Wood Destroying Insect Report is only a report about visible evidence relating to infestation by wood destroying insects. A home can pass a termite inspection if there is no visible evidence of destroying insects. Passing this inspection does not mean that the home is termite free. A typical inspector is only able to truly inspect about 30% of a home. A termite detection dog can inspect 100% of a home accurately and is able to check inside finished walls, doors, window frames, underneath floors, cinderblocks, behind appliances, and other hard to reach places to ensure an accurate Nassau County termite inspection is performed, which could save a potential home buyer in Nassau County thousands of dollars.
Just as we do with our bedbug control in Nassau County, DQ Pest Control first makes a positive identification of a termite infestation, using a termite detection dog. A termite inspection should be the first step in any termite eradication plan. As part of our Nassau County termite inspection, we will determine what termite treatment method would work best for you. For a free quote on inspections and treatments, call DQ.