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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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                    How to Power Your Bed Bug Heat Package

    How to Power Your Bed Bug Heat Package

    Mar 1, 2021

    A bed bug heat treatment requires a lot of power, so you need to be careful about where you plug in each extension cord, so the power draw is balanced throughout the home for the available power.

    Your first step is to set up your heaters where you need them in each room, but don’t plug them in just yet. Once you’re set-up, you need to find out what power is available in the home. If you’re doing this before choosing which unit to rent, then just work off where you plan to place the heaters.

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                    Review:  Best Bed Bug Heaters for 2021

    Review: Best Bed Bug Heaters for 2021

    Feb 15, 2021

    Bed bugs are never welcome, and chemical treatments of the past are outdated. Today, heat treatments are the best way to eliminate all bed bugs in a residence or business quickly and safely. In many cases, a room can be inhabited again that same day.

    You know Convectex heat packages are the answer, but which is the right one for you? Below, we’ll guide you through our top three to help you choose the right Convectex heat package for your needs.

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                    Bed Bugs: How to Determine Your Heat Treatment Area

    Bed Bugs: How to Determine Your Heat Treatment Area

    Jan 4, 2021

    Due to their incredibly small size, bed bugs can fit into even the smallest cracks and crevices, making finding them difficult. If you are looking to treat your bed bugs, either using professionals or yourself, it is important to know just how large your treatment area is so that you treat the right areas of your home and don’t miss any bed bugs. If you leave even just one or two bed bugs alive, or just eggs, the infestation will come back.

    The best way to do this is to carry out an inspection of your home, focusing on the areas where bed bugs are typically found.

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                    How Does the Weather Effect Bed Bug Problems?

    How Does the Weather Effect Bed Bug Problems?

    Dec 7, 2020
    If you’ve been unlucky enough to be affected by Bed Bugs during the summer months, at a time when all insect problems are at their peak, you may be hoping that colder weather will bring some respite. Maybe the problem will disappear on its own during the winter months… Think again! Unfortunately, Bed Bugs are a year-round problem and you can never leave it to nature to get rid of them. Without direct action from you, the problem will only get worse.
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                    Safe Bed Bug Treatments: How Do I Know if I’m Treating Bed Bugs Safely?

    Safe Bed Bug Treatments: How Do I Know if I’m Treating Bed Bugs Safely?

    Nov 17, 2020

    The traditional  way to treat bedbugs is through the use of insecticides and pesticides specifically designed to kill insects. The problem is, many of the chemicals within insecticides are not only toxic to insects, they can also be harmful to humans, pets, and the environment.

    Unsafe exposure to insecticides can lead to headaches, dizziness, breathing difficulties, and vomiting. High levels will even change the hormone levels in your body and cause birth defects, so are especially detrimental to the health of pregnant women.

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