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Bed Bug Hacks this Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is approaching, a wonderful time of year to come together over good food and great company. This is a common time to get on the road or travel to celebrate the holiday with our loved ones. Unfortunately, around the buzz of traveling, you might not be the only ones to reach your destination—bed bugs

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BEWARE: The Rise of the Cockroaches

Just when you thought you are having a great day, we got the news that might shake it up a bit. It’s this recently disturbing study about our common household enemies––the cockroaches––that may have genetically upgraded throughout the years.  A study from researchers of Purdue claims that cockroaches are becoming near-impossible to kill and are

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With the current rising of temperatures, the man sleeping on the fridge symbolize the ease from heat and bed bugs from his bed.

What Does Global Warming have to Do with Bed Bugs?

The sooner temperatures warm up, the more bed bugs can start breeding and reproduce. Meaning, the bug and pest community will be buzzing more than normal in higher temperatures. The question is: given the rising temperatures and the predicted global warming, will this affect your bed bug situation at home? “Scientists might want to write

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To Our Clients:

In light of the global COVID-19 pandemic, Legion Pest Management will temporarily suspend interior service due to considerations of the health and well-being of you, your family members, and our employees. We will continue the exceptional pest, termite and rodent control services on the exterior of your home. However, if requested, we will provide interior service.

Legion Pest Management has educated all our technicians and staff on the guidelines and practices recommended by the CDC.  The health department has designated us as an essential service and excluded us from all mandatory quarantines due to the importance of the services we provide. 

 

Our technicians will take the following extra precautions when servicing your home:

  • All technicians will wash their hands or use hand sanitizer after each service and wear gloves;

  • Technicians will not be collecting signatures on their handheld devices at each service;

  • Service orders at each account will be sent electronically;

  • We encourage that all invoices be paid via ACH and/or credit cards to help control contacts. 

These new precautions supplement the existing safety standards set by the company, which help keep our employees and our customers healthy and safe.

We want you to know that we take this health issue seriously and will closely follow information issued from the government at www.cdc.gov.

Thank you for your understanding,
The Team at Legion Pest Management