Chicago, IL (PRWEB) May 23, 2013
Bed bugs already cost Alton Housing Authority thousands. And as its battle against the pests is still ongoing, a report from kmov.com suggested that the said office might need to spend thousands more for the bed bug treatment. Meanwhile, to be of help, My Cleaning Products gave tips how to save an apartment from the costly bed bug exterminator service.
The report, which was posted on May 16, 2013, stated that AHA has so far spent $35,000 for bed bug elimination, My Cleaning Products shared. That elimination, it explained, involves hiring of exterminators to perform heat treatment on the apartments infested by the pests.
However, based on the report, the said housing authority oversees 246 units with Alton Acres, Oakwood Estates and Alton Manor complexes all under its management, MCP stated. And if in case all them were infested, it related that AHA's spending could reach $250,000 to complete the bed bug treatment.
Below is a part of the post Bed Bugs Could Cost AHA $250K by My Cleaning Products.
“As we shared last week, bed bugs were troubling AHA as apartment complexes under its management were being infested by the pests. To clear them, it was said that the authority already spent $35,000 for bed bug exterminators.
"Alton Acres, Oakwood Estates and Alton Manor are all under AHA. They sum up to 246 apartment units under the authority's management. In case they are all infested by the pesky insects and needs to be treated, it would cost the city nearly $250,000.”
According to My Cleaning Products, one thing that makes bed bugs an expensive problem is the professional treatment to eliminate them. However, with some steps and bed bug pictures, it said that its elimination cost could be decreased. And in its latest post, it enumerated those steps.
Particularly, the company gave three tips how to decrease the bed bug treatment expense. As it listed them, they are the bed bug prevention, early bed bug elimination and use of pesticide-exempt bed bug spray.
However, for its third tip, it specified Bed Bug Bully as the right bed bug spray to get. It explained that because it is pesticide-exempt as EPA has classified it under FIFRA 25(b), it doesn't contain the chemicals to which bed bugs have developed immunity from, hence it is effective. Moreover, it's organic ingredients makes it safe for health and the environment, it added.
For anyone who wants to try it, it also shared that there Bed Bug Bully Complimentary Samples are available at MyCleaningProducts.com.
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