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Bed Bug and Pest Specialists!
AAA Pest Control is northern NJ’s number one specialist for bed bug , roach, and any other pest infestations. We are the most competitively priced and very negotiable to meet our customer’s needs. We service anything from 1 family homes to 100+ unit apartment buildings. We are available 7 days a week from 8 am-8 pm. Licensed and Insured. Call with any questions 201-835-5769.
Bed bug and roach infestation is a big problem in the tri-state area. There are over 1,000,000 properties in Bergen and Passaic county and a large amount are infested with one and/or the other. Bed bugs jump from one persons clothes to another and bite their hosts at night. Luckily they do not carry any known diseases. Roaches like wet and damp areas, do not bite but do carry diseases. When on a service call we try to limit the use of pesticide application with integrated pest management, such as, cutting off water supply for pest. We exterminate every type of pest from ants, termites, fleas, mice, rats, flies, etc. We also offer other pest services such as trapping and deterrents. AAA Pest Control is here to service any pest control needs.
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Bed Bug Infestations
Until fairly recently, most people (and even pest control professionals) had never seen a bed bug. Bed bug infestations actually used to be very common in the United States before World War II. But with improvements in hygiene, and especially the widespread use of DDT during the 1940s and ‘50s, the bed bugs all but vanished. The pests persisted, however, in some areas of the world including parts of Africa, Asia, and Eastern Europe. Over roughly the past decade, bed bugs have made a dramatic comeback in the U.S.― they’re appearing increasingly in homes, apartments, hotels, health care facilities, dormitories, shelters, schools and public transportation. Other places where bed bugs sometimes occur include movie theaters, laundries, rental furniture, and office buildings. Immigration and international travel have contributed to the resurgence of bed bugs in the U.S. Changes in modern pest control practice, less effective insecticides ― and a decrease in societal vigilance ― are other factors suspected for the recurrence.