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Bed Bug Killers mean business

Catering to both private homes and businesses, the Bed Bug Killers keep clients shielded from the peskiest of pests, including bedbugs, rodents and roaches. The third-generation exterminators who run the family-owned operation have over three decades of experience in pest control, and emphasize the importance of helping clients prevent problems from even starting.
The Bed Bug Killers provide maintenance for homes and businesses through Integrated Pest Management, where they do on-site evaluations to block any cracks, holes or openings that pests may use to find a way in. When extermination is necessary, in addition to chemical products, the Bed Bug Killers use a line of 100 percent non-toxic eco-friendly products that are biodegradable. Safe enough for use in nurseries and hospital burn units, these “green” products pose no threat to individuals or their belongings.
Offering the lowest prices on extermination and preventative services, the Bed Bug Killers give customers the best possible value, and each person has direct contact with the owners. “We don’t cut corners when it comes to our customers,” says business owner Alex Rodriguez. He notes that Bed Bug Killers has a consistent client base in Queens, which they cater to for regular prevention and extermination services. However, Alex explains that he and his partners do not limit their services to one borough and are willing to travel to serve clients’ pest control needs.
An added convenience is the accessibility of the Bed Bug Killers when you need their services the most. Although Alex advises clients to combat common pests like bedbugs before they become a problem, same day service is available and there is an exterminator available 24-hours-a-day, even throughout the night, for emergency calls. According to Alex, this is particularly crucial for situations that cannot wait until the morning, such as cases of bedbugs and rodents.
To schedule a visit from the Bed Bug Killers, call 718-688-5804 today before a small problem becomes a large problem.

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