KCMO health officials offer rat relief to Blue Hills residents | fox4kc.com
Following the initial discovery on July 20, the affected residents room, an adjacent room and a visitor lounge used by the residents visitors were each vacated, isolated and treated by a pest control company. Additional bugs were subsequently found in the second room on Tuesday, July 29. The room has been isolated pending further inspection and treatment by the pest control company. No additional bed bugs have been found within the facility. Bed bugs are not known to spread disease, according to the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention , and have been found in luxury hotels and resorts.
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Atticares technicians integrate their knowledge of attic cleaning, rodent control and crawl space insulation to help their clients enjoy a cleaner, healthier home. Some increased visibility of energy efficiency problems in America in the recent years has led companies such as Attire to strive to ensure that their customers are educated about the new strategies to keep their families and homes healthy and energy efficient. Having clean air in a crawl space means having cleaner air throughout the whole home. Water damage, a rodent problem, and improper ventilation are just a few of the factors that can cause bad odors and unsanitary conditions in a crawl space. These conditions can be hazardous to health.
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Crawl Space Insulation Impact on Home Air Quality
Theres a new initiative in the Blue Hills neighborhood to help residents say goodbye to rats and the problems that come with them. Mike Swoyer works for the Kansas City Health Department, supervising the citys rat control program. He says the city is launching a new pilot program, offering extermination services. Swoyer says his office gets as many as 1,100 calls per year concerning rats, many of which come from Blue Hills. Any part of town thats in that area has a history of rat complaints, Swoyer said.
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