Sleep Tight Pest Control, Inc. LIC#PR6173

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  • Through years of tried and tested experience, Sleep Tight Pest Control's Owner has learned, through our experience with thousands of bed bug cases, that a combination of factors lead to successful bed bug eradication. Sleep Tight Pest Control has been able get buildings in high risk neighborhoods 100% bed bug free by using the following techniques:
    • Emphasis on prevention
    • Active defensive measures
    • IPM strategy that uses multiple techniques
    • Compassion towards tenants
    • Cooperation with all parties, including social workers, case managers, property owners, government officials, and tenants.
    • High quality standards and a great attention to detail
    • Sleep Tight Academy utilizes these techniques to prepare you to battle the bed bug epidemic.

 

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Sleep Tight Pest Control's Owner was the first to


    Start Freezing for bed bugs in 2002    

    Start Co2 treatment in 2002

    Start Full unit preps in 2001

    Start Tenant transfer protocols in 2003

    Start building defendable rooms in 2003

    Start requesting pest control to follow 3 sprays in 2003

    Start move in inspections in 2004

    Start inspections of surrounding units in 2003

    Start full building inspections in 2004

    

Managment First got involved in changing local policy in 2006 where working with other stakeholders in the community we developed San Francisco's first Guidlines for Best Practices.  http://www.cdwebsites.net/bal1/files/bed-bugs.pdf

These guildlines is what Dr. Ojo Johnson with the Department of Public Health in San Francisco based his first record of The Directors Rules and Regulations found here http://www.sfdph.org/dph/files/EHSdocs/ehsHoteldocs/BedBugRegs.pdf

 

Currently we are part of the Bed Bug Working Group, putting out recomendations (http://www.beyondchron.org/news/news_images/2011/bbworkinggrp.pdf)  that has helped form the New Directors Rules and Regulations being proposed here in San Francisco as well as working with Supervisor Jane Kims office to bring new legislation