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                    Why Shouldn’t You Use Chemical Sprays to Treat Bed Bugs?

    Why Shouldn’t You Use Chemical Sprays to Treat Bed Bugs?

    Sep 1, 2021

    Chemical sprays have been a part of the pest control armory for many years and will probably remain so, but they are often not the best choice. Though insecticides can be effective in killing pests there are disadvantages in their use and alternative methods may offer a better solution to destroying an infestation.

    Nowhere is this more clearly seen than in the treatment of bed bugs. Traditionally, chemicals have been used to kill this common parasite but rarely is this the right choice to eradicate this bug.

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                    Where did bed bugs come from?

    Where did bed bugs come from?

    Aug 2, 2021

    Where Did Bed Bugs Come From in the First Place? Their History  

    Not so long ago it seemed that the bed bug had stopped being a problem in the developed world. Back in the 1950s and 60s, the instances of infestations were very few and far between, but that is no longer the case. Stricter control of insecticides and cheap travel have contributed to an upsurge in this irritating critter, so much so, that reports of bed bugs have become commonplace all over the United States.

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                    What Should You Do After a Bed Bug Treatment?

    What Should You Do After a Bed Bug Treatment?

    Jul 1, 2021

    A bed bug infestation is never pleasant, and even after an extensive bed bug treatment, you may wonder what to do next. Is your home now safe? Should you go back to living your life as normal? Can you ever relax again? The answer is yes, but you may need to take some preventative measures in case you experience a second infestation. 

    Here are some tips to follow so you know you’re doing everything right following a bed bug treatment in your home. 

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                    The 5 Most Common Ways Bed Bugs Enter Your Home

    The 5 Most Common Ways Bed Bugs Enter Your Home

    Jun 1, 2021

    No one wants the grim realization that their home is infested with bed bugs. They may not directly spread disease, but they feed off of human blood – your blood. When we see little spots of blood in our bed, it’s usually from where we’ve rolled over and squish them in our sleep, or from their waste. Not a great mental image, right? 

    When it comes to these unwanted little critters, forewarned is forearmed, so it can help to know how they get into your home, so you can act quickly if it happens to you. 

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                    Top 3 Reasons Why Some Bed Bug Treatments FAIL

    Top 3 Reasons Why Some Bed Bug Treatments FAIL

    May 1, 2021

    It can be a grim discovery to find that you have bed bugs and to make the situation even more stressful; bed bugs can be tricky to get rid of. These tiny critters are drawn to warmth and moisture and often come back home with you after a vacation or work trip. 

    If you’ve ever encountered bed bugs in your home or are searching for a solution right now, this guide will help you identify them and why many bed bug treatments fail.

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                    Can You Catch Bed Bugs in Ambulances, Trains and Planes?

    Can You Catch Bed Bugs in Ambulances, Trains and Planes?

    Apr 1, 2021
    As the name suggests, bed bugs are most commonly found in beds. This is because they’re drawn to warmth, moisture and a release of carbon dioxide. But just because they’re most commonly found in bed doesn’t mean you can only find them in a bed.
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