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The Rodents in the winter

In the summer, you may encounter rats in your home, but this is less usual because the outdoors provide lots of food and an unlimited supply of nesting locations away from people. Rodents aren't always gregarious creatures who want to be around you. They simply want to take advantage of what your home has to offer when it gets cold outdoors.
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Cold Weather Cozying up to the bedbugs

While some individuals enjoy winter and others despise it, we can all agree that it has both positive and negative aspects. 
Many people are put off by the chilly weather, while many others enjoy the activities that come with snow. 
Even while shoveling isn't much pleasure, having a few months off from the bugs that have been bothering us all summer is surely welcome.
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Why do cockroaches show up during the day?

Normally nocturnal pests, cockroaches eat at night and rest throughout the day. Cockroaches are most likely a sign that the population has grown significantly if you notice them throughout the day.
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Is it Mice in Queens?

Rodents in your Queens, New York, home spreading disease and germs is the last thing a homeowner wants. The removal of these mice from your living areas should be a major concern. Here are some methods for doing so.
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What is the most effective method for reducing cockroach infestations in your home?

Contact a licensed and insured pest control business in NYC. Although they could provide temporary relief, home treatments are unlikely to completely eradicate a cockroach infestation.
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Why do cockroach infestations occur so quickly?

Cockroach infestations are a major problem for NYC pest control providers. Because of their high pace of reproduction, cockroaches quickly infest their environments.
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Parasites aka Bedbugs

Parasites called bed bugs are frequently discovered in hotels and residential bedrooms. They spend the daytime close to where their hosts sleep and eat human flesh at night. Before 1995, bed bugs were all but extinct, but with the rise in international travel, they have since returned.
 
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Nassau county rats.

Google searches for "big rats in New York" are popular, and for good reason. Rats follow areas where a lot of people reside near by to one another.
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House Mouse Facts

You're not the only one if you've discovered mice in your home. Over 21 million houses are reportedly attacked by mice annually, according to experts! On Long Island, the House Mouse is the most prevalent mouse. The tiny white-footed or deer mice are also common in houses. The color of house mice ranges from light brown to black, and they are small—only 2 inches long.
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Do cockroaches transmit disease, cause disease, or pose a risk to your health?

In addition to having an unpleasant scent, cockroaches are a severe health risk. Cockroaches are known to carry bacterial agents that can cause cholera, pneumonia, tetanus, TB, and other ailments in addition to transmitting infections like salmonella.
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New York City Hits #3 on the Top Bed Bug list.

Chicago took the top spot on the 2022 Top 50 Bed Bug Cities List for the second year in a row, with Philadelphia and New York moving up to second and third place, respectively. 
Philadelphia rose 12 ranks, while New York rose nine.
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Over 23 Years of service

Since 1999, Advanced Pest Management Services has been the premier pest control provider for the five boroughs of New York City—Queens, Brooklyn, the Bronx, Long Island, and Manhattan. Advanced Pest Management Services combines state-of-the-art pest control tools and techniques with outstanding customer service.
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Summertime Summertime

Since summer has arrived, we have seen variations in temperature and precipitation that have sparked new growth and awakened bugs. As the weather warms up, summer bugs start to pounce, putting a stop to your pleasure of the outdoors. Among the troops in this reemergence are mice, rats, termites, spiders, mosquitoes, and carpenter ants. It is essential to safeguard your family and possessions against the harm and risks posed by these pests.
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Summer Breeze brings the Summer Pests

What comes to mind when you think of a summer in New York City? Heat? Humidity? Garbage that stinks? Every summer in the Big Apple brings enough of all three, but that's not all. Summer is also one of our busiest pest-infestation seasons. Around this time of year, many pests reach adulthood, and the heat and humidity allow them to be more active and stay active longer.
 
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Dawn to Dusk... Mosquitos , Mosquitos, Mosquitos

The start and end of mosquito season varies greatly from year to year in every corner of the world. According to Laura Harrington, an entomology professor at Cornell University, mosquito season in New York lasts from the end of April to the end of October, but mosquitoes may emerge sooner if the spring climate is unusually warm. Mosquito season has began earlier and concluded later in northern temperate nations as a result of rising global temperatures.
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Summer is nearly here, So are the Summer Pests...

With summer approaching, we're seeing changes in precipitation and temperatures, which are causing new growth and reawakening pests. As the weather warms, summer bugs emerge to put a stop to your pleasure of the outdoors. Carpenter ants, mosquitoes, spiders, termites, mice, and rats are among the resurgent soldiers. It's critical to safeguard your family and property from the harm and risks that these pests may cause. Read on to learn about some of the dangers that these warm-weather pests pose.
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Mosquito Time again

The heat is on its way! For everyone, this means short sleeves, blossoming flowers, and more outside activities. 
High temperatures, unfortunately, attract insects that are less than pleasant, and they may ruin your garden party plans as well as be quite deadly.
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Termite Infestation identification (WATCH)

Termites are notorious for devouring wood, but what they actually want is the cellulose that makes up the wood. Cellulose is a common chemical molecule that makes up the majority of plant cell walls. Cellulose is also found in more refined forms, such as paper, and in some foods. Termites can chew through almost any substance that stands between them and a meal, in addition to wood and plant fibers. As a result, termite damage to drywall, foam, and plastic is common.
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GET YOUR PESTS UNDER CONTROL BEFORE THEY CONTROL YOU WITH A SPRING CLEAN UP.

Spring is getting ready to fight pests. The flowers are blossoming, the air is pleasant, and spring is on its way. Indeed. Some of the filthy bugs that were about to take over your yard may return as a result of the great climatic shift. Don't be scared! We've taken some precautions to keep pests out of your garden so that spring can bloom and invaders can flourish in your greenery. Here are seven suggestions for keeping this illness at bay this season.
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Termite season is here once again

It's that season here on Long Island: Termite season! Their amassing season commonly starts in late March and early April and can last through May or early June. The underground termites will swarm commonly during the late morning when it's warm, and normally following precipitation. 
 
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Drat Rats...

Add a rat plague to the list of problems New York is dealing with as it tries to recover from the Covid-19 epidemic.
 
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What Does An Early Spring Mean for Bugs and Your Home?

This year's Long Island winter was particularly difficult for those who despise shoveling snow or dealing with bitterly cold conditions.
 
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The Flying Cockaroach

Cockroaches scurrying across the floor or emerging from the drain are bad enough. Imagine them flying right at you at head height.
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When Does Mosquito Season Begin And End In New York

In all parts of the world, the start and end of mosquito season changes significantly from year to year. Mosquito season in New York lasts from
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Bedbugs in Winter

While some individuals enjoy winter and others despise it, we can all agree that it has both positive and negative aspects. 
Many people are put off by the chilly weather, while many others enjoy the activities that come with snow. 
Even while shoveling isn't much pleasure, having a few months off from the bugs that have been bothering us all summer is surely welcome.
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Some Tips To Prevent Bugs In Your Home This Winter

Getting snug inside your warm and joyful family home is our preferred way to spend the frigid winters in New York. We can curl up in your beds, by the fire, or in the kitchen while you prepare our favorite soup. Some of us may perish before the winter is over, but don't worry, we'll leave millions of eggs as thank you presents. Then, come springtime, guess what happens. There are bugs aplenty for the whole family to enjoy!
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Why Winter Rodents Are A Problem

In the summer, you may encounter rats in your home, but this is less usual because the outdoors provide lots of food and an unlimited supply of nesting locations away from people. Rodents aren't always gregarious creatures who want to be around you. They simply want to take advantage of what your home has to offer when it gets cold outdoors.
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Roaches are drawn indoors by the cold.

Cockroaches have a hard time surviving in the winter. These cold-blooded bugs can't tolerate surroundings that are too hot or too cold because they're designed to flourish in warm temps.
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In the Winter, What Happens To Bed Bugs?

While some individuals enjoy winter and others despise it, we can all agree that it has both positive and negative aspects. Many people are put off by the chilly temperatures, while many others enjoy the activities that come with snow. Even while shoveling isn't much pleasure, having a few months off from the pests that have been bothering us all summer is surely welcome.
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Winter insects to watch out for...

In the winter, there are seven common household insects. Many of the bugs on the winter bug list are pests all year, but they may proliferate around the house during the colder months as they seek protection from the severe external circumstances.
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Winter Pests

Mice, raccoons, rats, and squirrels are the top four pests that infiltrate Long Island houses throughout the winter. 
 
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Why do roaches come out at night?

You may have heard that cockroaches are nocturnal, but have you ever wondered why? As it turns out, they have specific activity rhythms where they tend to be inactive during the day and start to hunt for food at night. 
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Rat Complaints in Queens & NYC Are Up

Rat Complaints in Queens & NYC Are Up The number of rodent complaints to a city hotline in March increased by 80% to 2,906 from last year, when calls dipped as New York City went into lockdown and restaurants closed.
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What is a bed bug?

Bed bugs receive their name from the fact that they like to hide in beds and feed on people as they sleep. Bed bugs are blood-feeding insects that require regular blood meals to survive and flourish. Bed bugs will attack numerous warm-blooded animals, including chickens and other birds, in addition to humans.
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Rats surge in the wake of COVID-19

Our absence is generating rippling effects in the urban environment as people throughout the world adjust their daily behavior to try to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus.
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Ants Ants Ants...

Although the United States has over 700 ant species, only around 25 of them typically infest homes. Ants are social insects that usually reside in underground colonies with a queen and workers.
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Waterbug vs Cockroach

Although many people refer to cockroaches as waterbugs, the genuine water bug is an aquatic insect belonging to the Hemiptera order. Water boatmen and water scorpions are both authentic water bugs.
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Cockroaches

Cockroaches are one of the most common and hardy animals on the earth. They're basically everywhere, hiding in walls, sewers, and maybe even your cabinet.
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Carpet Beetles

The term "carpet beetle" probably sums up everything you need to know about these blighters. These bugs are notorious for infesting something you should go around barefoot on. Worse still, they aren't only infesting your carpet. It's being eaten, laid eggs in, and even irreversibly damaged.
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The summer pest war is upon us

Now that summer is nearly here, we see changes in precipitation and temperatures sparking new growth and awaking pests. As it gets warmer the summer pests begin their pans to end your enjoyment of the outdoors.
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The big problem with subterranean termites

What makes homeowners so frustrated with subterranean termites is that often they don’t leave signs of infestation.
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Springtime: Mosquitos are coming...

Hot weather is coming! That means short sleeves, blooming flowers, and more outdoor activities for everyone. Unfortunately, high temperatures also attract insects that are less than friendly, they can spoil your backyard party plans and can be very dangerous.
 
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Spring Clean up - Get your pests under control before they control you.

Spring is preparing to control pests. The air is warm, the flowers are blooming, and spring is coming. Indeed. With the amazing climate change, some of the dirty bugs that are ready to take over your garden will come back. Don't be afraid! We have some precautionary measures to keep your garden free from pests so that spring can thrive and intruders can thrive in your greenery. If you want to keep this bug away this season, here are seven tips.
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Termite Season is upon us

It's that season here on Long Island: Termite season! Their amassing season commonly starts in late March and early April and can last through May or early June. The underground termites will swarm commonly during the late morning when it's warm, and normally following precipitation. 
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What Termites Eat

What Termites Eat Termites are known as voracious wood eaters, but what they are really after is the cellulose that the wood is made of. Cellulose is an abundant organic compound and is the main component in the cell walls of plants. Cellulose can also be found in more refined forms such as paper and even in some foods we eat.
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Get the Facts on Subterranean Termites

Get the Facts on Subterranean Termites Subterranean termites are the single most destructive insect pest in the United States, causing billions of dollars in structural damage each year. While subterranean termites are beneficial in nature, the presence of termites in your home or business is cause for serious concern.
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All About Advanced Pest Management Services

All About Advanced Pest Management Services Since 1999, Advanced Pest Management Services has been the premier pest control provider for the five boroughs of New York City—Queens, Brooklyn, the Bronx, Long Island, and Manhattan. Advanced Pest Management Services combines state-of-the-art pest control tools and techniques with outstanding customer service.
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