Moishe's Self Storage Introduces Aggressive Bedbug-Prevention Program

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Moishe's Self Storage has introduced a bedbug-prevention program to protect its customer’s stored good. Bedbugs have become a major problem in many large cities including New York City and Chicago, in stores, hotels and residences.

Moishe's Self Storage has implemented a policy to prevent bedbugs in its self-storage facilities. The policy states all furniture be wrapped with plastic. Blankets are not permitted. Storage facilities will be fumigated on a regular schedule, and the company has hired Bed Bug Hunters, a bedbug dog-sniffing service, to periodically to conduct an inspection.

“Our industry has never faced such a pervasive pest problem,” said Alon Levine, general manager of Moishe's Self Storage New York. “We have consulted with professional exterminators to take aggressive action to prevent bedbugs from getting into our buildings.”

Moishe's Self Storage has self-storage locations in New York City and Chicago.
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