Posted on April 23, 2012 with No Comments
Spring time is among us and that means bugs are more active this time of year. The customer service department at the office of at JP McHale Pest Management has been receiving more and more calls with customers saying that they they have found bed bugs in their home. The first step if you think you have bed bugs is to have the bug identified to make sure that it is a bed bug. There are different integrated pest management approaches utilized dependent on the type of pest infestation that you have. 100% pest identification is a necessity. The Connecticut Coalition Against Bed Bugs has issued a brochure to aid in bug identification or you can visit our pest identification center. If you have found bugs in your residence, contact our office and our staff will be glad to schedule a pest inspection to identify what pest you are battling.
Posted on November 30, 2011 with No Comments
Winter is the high season for mysterious bug bites (Michael Potter, 2006). Unless the underlying pest is identified, the problem will continue. It’s not always necessary to jump for the do-it-yourself pest control spray can. Yes, bites like reactions can be from insects but they can also be non-insect related. Skin irritations can be caused by environmental factors, household products or even health related issues. If you reside in NY, NJ or CT and suspect that you have bite marks or a rash from from a pest or bug bites, contact JP McHale Pest Management for an inspection. Our highly trained technicians will conduct an inspection and if required will recommend the appropriate action needed to rid your residence of the underlying cause.
Posted on September 29, 2011 with No Comments
Flea Bite Mark
Did you know that flea’s can feed off of humans? Bites can often resemble the bite marks left from bed bugs.
If you are experiencing bite marks and are unsure of the source, a bed bug canine inspection can rule out the suspicion of bed bugs.
Bed Bug Bite Marks