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Pestmaster Services in the Hudson Valley Uses a Multi-Faceted Approach for Bed Bug Control

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Paul Alley, president of Pestmaster Services of the Hudson Valley, announced that the company is now treating bed bugs with the Pestmaster Services Eco-Freeze system of freezing bed bugs and their eggs.

| September 28, 2010

KINGSTON, NY – Paul Alley, president of Pestmaster Services of the Hudson Valley, announced that the company is now treating bed bugs with the Pestmaster Services Eco-Freeze system of freezing bed bugs and their eggs.

This treatment is completely “green” and pesticide free. When combined with one of the company’s certified bed bug detection canine teams, the success rate for complete control in one service dramatically increases, Alley reports. “Being on the leading edge of pest management technology is what separates us from the pack,” he said.

In addition, Alley recently was interviewed for a local TV news for a segment on bed bugs. Click here to watch.

 

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