STRATFORD, Conn., Dec. 9 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Bed Bug Finders, LLC announces this week the launch of a new business serving Connecticut, Massachusetts and New York. It’s a business that was created to help homeowners and businesses deal with the ever-growing bed bug population in North America. In New York City alone, in 2007, there were over 7,000 complaints filed with the New York City Department of Health.
“It’s a unique business,” Donald Frey, owner of Bed Bug Finders, LLC says. “Our company detects bed bugs by using highly-trained dogs. They are quickly able to seek out these difficult to find pests.”
Bed Bug Finders, LLC is only a bed-bug detection company; it is not an extermination company. The company will work with any extermination company to remediate bed bugs by identifying their exact location.
“When our dogs go into a home or business,” Frey says, “they find the exact site of the specific infestation within minutes.”
This saves customers a significant amount of time and money. For instance, dogs can search the average hotel room in less than two minutes. Many times the solution is fast and easy and may simply call for throwing out an old clock radio or book to resolve the problem.
The company’s approach is to perform a “search and destroy” process and not a “spray and pray” approach when it comes to the detection and remediation of bed bugs.
Bed Bug Finders works with many different types of customers that include, but are not limited to, residential homes and hotels; apartment buildings; nursing homes; and hospitals.
The members of the canine team are more than 96 percent accurate when it comes to locating bed bug infestations. Often, the company will use two canine members to verify the infestation making its accuracy nearly 100 percent.
Businesses and hotels who have bed bugs often suffer financially from the loss of business interruption. Bed Bug Finders offers their customers peace of mind.
So, “Sleep tight and don’t let the bed bugs bite.”
For more information, visit: www.bedbugfinders.net or call: Donald Frey at 1-866-984-BUGS (2847).