Bed Bug Free Hotel Certified by Ross Environmental Solutions - Avondale by the Sea

Franklinville, NJ (PressExposure) July 06, 2011 -- Avondale by the Sea in Cape May City, New Jersey, Is Officially a Bed Bug Free hotel!

Avondale by the Sea is now one of the few hotels and resorts in the U.S. that is certified bed bug free by Ross Environmental Solutions.

There are few things as frightening as the idea that you might come home from a family vacation or business trip with a suitcase loaded down with bed bug larvae, but in today's world, it's more possible than you might realize. Fortunately, Ross Environmental Solutions is working hard to keep that from happening to you with advanced technology employed in a number of hotel and resort settings.

One of the single best ways to detect a bed bug infestation before it becomes a serious issue is with a bed bug sniffing dog. While humans have just five million olfactory receptors, the canine nose is host to more than 220 million, making their sense of smell almost one thousand times more powerful than a human's. This power allows the dog team at Ross Environmental Solutions to offer quick, accurate results and certifications to properties like Avondale by the Sea. With a 97% accuracy rate for detection, you can rest assured that the certification from Ross Environmental Solutions is the one to trust.

"If there is any kind of infestation, our team will find it," said Harry Ross of Ross Environmental Solutions. "Avondale by the Sea, though, is free and clear, as well as the ideal place for anyone to stay."

About Harry Ross

Ross Environmental Solutions is a family owned enterprise that has been in business since 1992. Offering customers real solutions to today's problems with more than 50 years of combined experience, they've helped thousands of New Jersey residents with a variety of different pest problems. Learn more at or call 1-800-PEST-Control.

Contact: Harry Ross
Tel.: 800-737-8266


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Press Release Submitted On: July 06, 2011 at 6:41 am
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