The goal of “Bug Professor 101” is to show home and business owners how to identify pest damage; common harborage conditions and signs of infestation. Treatment solutions will come by a combination of professional preventive techniques and the usage of pest products found at your local hardware store. Through a series of pest preventive tips and in-depth explanation on this blog and social media platforms like YouTube, Twitter and Instagram, individuals will get a better understanding of how to protect their biggest investment. It is on a daily basis that numerous pests targets people’s home or place of work, the fact that you don’t see them doesn’t mean they are not lurking. For every pest infestation, there is a condition inside or outside of any given structure that contributes to their survival. It can range from humidity building up at the base of the structure due to clog drains, to clutter basements providing a safe haven to numerous moisture prone insects such as spiders and silverfish.
With more than ten years of industry experience I have worked in New York City servicing commercial accounts ranging from popular hotels and restaurants to numerous buildings in Time Square. I acquired residential pest control experience in New Jersey serving areas such as Mendham, Morris Town, NJ and other surrounding towns. There, I developed a passion for customer service, happily catering to more than 100 accounts. Forming relationships with my customers was the best part of my job. I enjoyed hearing about their concerns and found pleasure advising them on how to prevent any future infestations.
Bug Professor 101’s mission is to help you understand and solve pest problem by using professional pest preventing techniques and properly applying pest products found at your local hardware store.
I strongly believe anybody can acquire these skills and maintain their apartments, homes and business throughout the year, and yes even in the winter. If you are ready to do your own pest control then “Bug Professor 101” can help you “Learn to Be a Pest Pro”.
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