How BedBug911 and Hoarders911 work together
Brooklyn, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 04/05/2016 -- Hoarders are at very high risk for attracting bed bugs. Exterminators at BedBug911 report that the worst infestations they've seen are in the homes of hoarders.
"The number one cause of bed bug infestation is picking up furniture from the street," says an exterminator of the Brooklyn based company, "we see this a lot with hoarders."
The massive clutter in a hoarding house hold creates many challenges for exterminators, as it becomes impossible to keep track of all the places bed bugs could be hiding. To get the best results, BedBug911 and its sister company Hoarders911, incorporate their 7 Step Hoarding Solution. The 7 steps are:
1. Clutter cleanup and de-cluttering the home
2. Rubbish removal and junk removal
3. Initial home organization
4. Extermination, treatment
5. Paint, repair, handy man services
6. Restoration and construction
7. Heavy duty cleaning services
The Dangers Facing Hoarders:
Bed bugs are one of the hardest pests to exterminate. Because hoarder homes are so unsanitary, the bites, itching, and rashes from bed bugs can be confused with something else and the infestation could go unnoticed until it becomes uncontrollable.
Studies show that 1 in 10 Americans are reported to have a bed bug infestation (Enforcer), and 1 in 50 are hoarders (International OCD Foundation). That's 633,800 people at risk to a bed bug infestation! Together, BedBug911 and Hoarders911 have got you covered.
About BedBug911 and Hoarders911
BedBug911 and Hoarders911 have been leading the industry with their dual approach to extermination for decades. By combining BedBug911 extermination treatment with the Hoarder911 7 step solution, the sister companies have devised a way to reclaim a home from all angles, maximize recovery, and prevent massive infestation in the future.
For more information visit their websites:
"1 in 10 Americans Touched by Bed Bug Problem." Enforcer. Amrep Inc., 14 Nov. 2010. Web. 31 Mar. 2016.
"Hoarding Fact Sheet." International OCD Foundation. International OCD Foundation, 2014. Web. 31 Mar. 2016.