The Bug Buster

Featured in the Huffington Post Since 1929, we have been working hard to rid New York City of all types of pests. It’s only fitting that a pest management company which has managed to stay in business so long also has a deep fascination with the insects they’re exterminating. Our president, Gil Bloom was recently

Freshman’s Guide To Avoiding Bedbugs

Freshman’s Guide To Avoiding Bedbugs Bedbugs are back! Much to the chagrin of Americans from the city to the plain, these cryptic biting insects have witnessed a steady resurgence over the past decade. Causing near hysteria from homes and hotels to hospitals and public transportation, the hard-to-find, difficult to treat, hard-biting bed bug has a

Exclusion Strategy

Standard Pest Management, Queens, N.Y., employs an exclusion strategy to keep mice out of an apartment building garbage chute. By June Van Klaveren Standard Pest Management, Queens, N.Y., employs an exclusion strategy to keep mice out of an apartment building garbage chute. Take an old six-story, 72-unit apartment building in New York City, add brick-lined

Boom in tiny bedbugs is causing big trouble

Article Via: WASHINGTON — The biggest bedbug outbreak since World War II has sent a collective shudder among apartment dwellers, college students and business travelers across the nation. The bugs — reddish brown, flat and about the size of a grain of rice — suck human blood. They resist many pesticides and spread quickly in