The licensed and insured professionals at Bugs Are Gone Exterminating use the latest technology to clear homes and businesses of unwanted pests. They attack termite, mouse, and roach infestations with safe EcoSmart pesticides, backing their treatments with a 100% guarantee. The staff can also guard exteriors against critters with gutter protection and custom-fit weep-hole covers.
Although they prefer to prevent infestations, the technicians at On The Spot Pest Control are trained to rout embedded insects and mammals while minimizing environmental impact. They follow the principles of Integrated Pest Management, a system that relies on catch-and-release animal-control practices when possible and promotes the reduced use of pesticides. Not content to glaze lawns with chemicals and call it a day, the team also creates barriers that change every season. In summer, it targets flying insects and spiders, and come fall it shores up defenses against rodents and back-to-school shoppers.
BugEX's licensed technicians give their clients peace of mind, eliminating unwanted pests and rodents with safe pest-control treatments. Ants, mice, and the neighbor's robotic spy cockroaches are no match for their expertise, which extends to homes and offices as well as residential abodes. Each job begins with an inspection so that the staff can determine the clearest path toward a long-term solution.
A Chat with Ant-Trapment Pest Control
What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
At Ant-Trapment Pest Control we solve pest problems by seeking and finding the source and sealing the pest out of your home or building.
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
I enjoy solving pest problems.
What do you love most about your job?
Getting positive feedback for my hard labor.
What is the best reaction you've ever gotten from a customer?
"You are the man!"
Right off 125th Street at Lenox Avenue, Chez Lucienne is Harlem’s place for classic French bistro food. The generous lunch prix fixe is popular with area office workers, while great hamburgers and a textbook croque madame sit among the generous a la carte options. A tidy Frenchman acts as maitre d’, standing in with a smile and offer to take your coat before pouring you a glass of wine at the zinc-topped bar. A weekend brunch menu comes complete with moules frites and other French-leaning savories, while Friday and Saturday dinner is half-price between midnight and 2 a.m. You’ll be there that late anyway, thanks to a rotation of live music.