Why You Should Take Care of Bed Bugs Yourself

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You might be on the fence about getting rid of bed bugs yourself -- so first, let’s get one thing clear. Getting rid of bed bugs on your own will benefit you, especially if you have the right tools and use the right methods.

First of all, taking care of bed bugs on your own is cheaper. Calling up the same pest control companies, time after time, racks up a huge bill. If the company isn’t using heat treatments, they’re doing it wrong, and you’ll have to pay for expedient measures again and again.

But even if they’re doing it right, you might still get another infestation. Why? Because you’re living in the same place.

In apartment buildings and row homes, bed bugs can be transmitted through the walls. So even if you get rid of bed bugs in your own building, you might be subject to bed bugs traveling from place to place.

Even if you don’t live in an infested building, you originally got bed bugs from somewhere. Whether it was a movie theater or the bus, you’re likely to go to that place, or another one, with an infestation. Despite your best efforts, you could bring unwanted visitors back home with you.

That’s why it’s best to invest in a fail-safe tool that gets rid of the bugs before it’s a problem. And if you come home with bugs another time, it’s no big deal -- you can just get rid of them again.

The best tool is a heater. Convectex makes the best heaters and fans to get rid of bed bugs the first time. And if there happens to be a second time, you won’t have to call up expensive pest removal, or get another ineffective treatment. Instead, you can use the same tried and true tools to get rid of your infestation.

 

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