“We have consulted with professional exterminators to take aggressive action to prevent bedbugs from getting into our buildings.”
New York, NY (Vocus/PRWEB) February 24, 2011
Moishe’s Self Storage, a top New York City and Chicago storage firm, today announced its industry-leading bedbug prevention plan to protect its facilities.
The bedbug epidemic in New York City, Chicago, and other major cities has reached unprecedented levels, with infestations affecting places such as upscale stores, 5-star hotels and single- and multi-family housing. Moishe’s Self Storage has implemented an extremely thorough policy to prevent bedbugs in its trucks and facilities: furniture such as sofas are wrapped with plastic, not blankets; trucks and storage facilities are fumigated on a regular schedule; and the company has hired Bed Bug Hunters, a bedbug dog-sniffing service to periodically inspect their trucks and facilities.
“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.”
To see Moishe’s Self Storage’s bedbug-free certificate and read tips on preventing bedbugs during a move, please visit MoisheSelfStorage.Com.
Moishe’s Moving and Storage was created in 1983. By 1990, Moishe’s became the largest independent moving company in New York City, with a host of movers, a convoy of red trucks and several storage facilities. Five years later, Moishe’s was the largest moving company in the tri-state area. Today, Moishe’s has hundreds of employees, scores of red trucks and thousands of square feet of storage which utilize state-of-the-art technologies to assure the safety and security of their clients’ belongings. Moishe’s operates regional offices across the country and have established six specialized divisions catering to the unique moving and storage needs of thousands of individuals, families and businesses every day. For more information please visit http://www.moishes.com.