Bed Bug Insurance Policy

December 4, 2008 at 3:51 am Leave a comment

For the hospitality industry, parasites are an especially sensitive subject. A high level manager at a prestigious hotel adjacent to LAX International Airport, who wished to remain anonymous, treated her 640 rooms with the product last year to combat a severe bed bug infestation. We initially fogged the total structure with BEST YET. We now do a follow up spray of the beds and rooms once a month.  Since this is not a synthetic chemical, an applicators license is not required. Our housekeeping and maintenance people do the treatments. We no longer require the services of an exterminator. “BEST YET is a Bed Bug insurance policy we could not buy with any other product” stated the hotels owner. This opinion is mirrored nationwide by the hospitality industry, apartment complexes, college dormitories and consumers alike.

The hotel manager further notes that she has been in the hospitality business for over 25 years and had never seen the bed bug problem before.   Laws banning the harmful organophosphate pesticides such as DDT, Dursban and Diazinon went into effect some years ago. The weaker neurotoxins, primarily natural or synthetic  Pyrethroid substance have lost their effectiveness.  All neurotoxins are banned in the U.S. in 2011. Major pesticide manufacturers are eager to find an effective GREEN solution.

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Entry filed under: Pest Control.

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