Brooklyn, Manhattan, Long Island, All of New York City Exterminators / Pest Control

Anyone can kill a few pests, however, total eradication of insects and rodents requires knowing their biology, survival skills, and how to locate the colony or nest.

Located in Queens, and serving all of New York City, Gateway Pest Management is a team of licensed specialists who understand the habits of New York City pests.

As unwanted “guests” continue to proliferate, either by accident or change in climate, our responsibility is to ensure that your home is protected from foreign insects that threaten our plants, waters and loved ones. Gateway’s service is 100% guaranteed or your money back. We will match any competitor's price!

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Bed Bug Extermination: New York

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Termite Extermination: New York

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Ants:

Any of the 2,500 insect species constituting the family Formicidae of the order Hymenoptera, to which the bee and the wasp also belong.

Ants are social insects. Therefore, spotting one ant unfortunately signifies there are many more to follow. Ants are not simply unsightly – they can also be dangerous contaminates to food. Considering that you likely eat multiple meals a day in your home…

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Bedbugs:

Babies are almost invisible. Adult’s can grow up to an 1/8 of an inch in length, are oval and flat in shape, and leave a musty odor compared to raspberries. If you’re waking up with several bites or if you notice that the bite marks are in clusters or groups of three on your arm, leg, and back, it’s very likely you have bedbugs

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Cockroaches:

Nocturnal, omnivorous scavengers that mostly live in damp places. They may spread human disease by contaminating food, utensils, and countertops with disease organisms carried on their feet and bodies, or regurgitated with small quantities of partially digested food. Although associated with filth and unsanitary conditions, cockroaches can be found in the best-kept homes…

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Fleas:

Most flea problems originate from an infested cat or dog. Once the pet has been treated, efforts should then focus on the indoor premises. Moderate to heavy infestations, however, will usually necessitate the application of a residual insecticide to carpets, baseboards, cracks and crevices, and other areas where fleas may be present…

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Flies:

It is often a carrier of such diseases as typhoid fever, cholera, dysentery, trachoma, and anthrax. The adult fly transmits disease by contaminating food with disease organisms it has picked up on its hairy legs or has ingested and then regurgitated. The taste-sensitive cells of the common house fly are located on its feet as well as on its mouthparts…

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Mice:

A females mouse can produce 8 to 13 pups every 45 days and can live out their lives in less than a year, but can survive longer if a food source is available. They are known to chew through walls made of wood and sheetrock, and tunnel through insulation to build their nests

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Mosquitos:

common name for any of about 2000 species of two-winged insects. When they bite, they inject some of their salivary fluid into the wound, causing swelling and irritation. Many inject infectious microorganisms and thus transmit such diseases as malaria, yellow fever, dengue, and filariasis…

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Rats:

Rats have extremely powerful teeth, with which they often gnaw through wooden planks to get at stores of food, and they have even been known to bite holes in lead pipes. They are extremely prolific, breeding 1 to 13 times a year and producing 1 to 22 young in a litter. Rats have an average lifespan of eight months to one year in the wild and two to three years in captivity.

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Spiders:

Contrary to popular belief, most spider bites are not dangerous to humans. Of the 40,000 species of spiders, only about 30 species produce bites that may cause illness. Spiders rarely attack humans unless they feel threatened, and if they do bite, the wound is rarely serious…

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Termites:

Termite, common name for numerous species of social insects that can damage wooden structures such as furniture or houses. Subterranean termites are extremely destructive, because they tunnel their way to wooden structures, into which they burrow to obtain food. Given enough time, termites will feed on the wood until nothing is left but a shell.

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Ticks:

All ticks are bloodsucking parasites. Their grasping forelegs allow them to climb on a host. They quickly find a protected spot on the host's body, sink their mouthparts into the flesh, and begin to feed. When full, they drop off the host. In some species, adult males and some nymph stages do not feed…

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Other Pests:

Insects are often regarded as pests because some bite, sting, spread diseases, or compete with humans for crop plants. Nevertheless, without insects to pollinate flowers, the human race would soon run out of food because many of the crop plants that we rely on would not be able to reproduce. However, this doesn't mean you want to share your home with them…

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The Gateway Pest Management Guarantee

Immediate attention - Your solution will be proposed to you within 24 hours.

Done right the first time - If not, we'll come back at no extra cost until you're satisfied.*

The best price in town - No one beats our prices; if we can't get rid of the problem, we'll return between visits at no extra cost.**

The Gateway Pest Management Guarantee *While requests for treatment in between scheduled visits will be honored at no extra charge, a two week waiting period is recommended for chemicals to take effect.

**It is important that any recommendations made by our technicians are carried out to the letter. Results may vary depending on the conditions of the surrounding environment.

Our licensed exterminators are ready for dispatch within the five boroughs of New York CityManhattan, Brooklyn, Staten Island, Queens, and the Bronx.
 
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