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If you have a problem with pests such as ants, bed bugs, camel crickets, pantry pests, or any other pests, contact the exterminators at Parkway Pest Services today! Serving all of Long Island, Brooklyn, Westchester County and NYC, Parkway has the solution to your pest problems. We also offer power washing services, radon testing and water testing. Contact Parkway today for a free quote on any of our residential services. We also offer a wide variety of commercial pest control services!
Parkway Exterminating, also known as Parkway Pest Services, is a third generation, family-owned and operated company that has been providing high quality exterminator services in Long Island, NYC, Connecticut, and throughout the surrounding areas since 1932. We are a Better Business Bureau Accredited business with an A+ rating. If you have a problem with termites, cockroaches, rodents, bed bugs, or any other pests and are in need of a NYC exterminator, please contact us today!
There is nothing worse than waking up with a bumpy rash all over your face and neck, and realizing that you've been bitten by bed bugs. These blood eating insects feed multiple times per night, and the anticoagulant they use to thin your blood can cause a large unsightly rash around those bites. That anticoagulant also makes their feeding go almost unnoticed, even on your face, ears, and neck. Nothing can ruin a vacation faster than bed bugs. And, nothing can send a home into panic faster than…
Winter is a unique time of year. It is the one season where animals are motivated to hide from the cold. In nature, they find a nook, hole, tunnel, rotted leaf pile, log, stump root system, or other place to hide. To wild animals, your home is just another hiding place. The more your home feels like nature, the more animals you'll have living in it.
There are some insects that go dormant in the winter. Some even die off. Termites do neither of these. If termites enter your home in fall, they will not hibernate, they will get to work doing what they were made to do: eat wood and create fertile soil. They will do this silently, inside your walls, where you aren't able to see them. By spring you will have a home repair nightmare on your hands. That is why it is so important to recognize the signs of termite infestation.
Mice, stink bugs and ladybugs are some of the biggest pest problems faced by our area every fall. They are in search of a warm place to spend the winter and often times it is within our homes. You can stop them though with a protection plan from Parkway! Give our office a call today and let our friendly staff answer any questions you may have.