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Bed bugs are a nightmare! These tiny, blood-sucking critters, scientifically known as Cimex lectularius, have been bothering humans for centuries. Despite their size, they can cause us incredible stress and upset, especially when they infest our homes and businesses. With stress comes the opportunity for myth and fiction to thrive. To tackle them effectively, we must understand what attracts bed bugs. Then we need to arm ourselves with solid prevention and extermination strategies.
Health Department studies and news stories have shown that the stress, anxiety, and lack of sleep caused by long-term bed bug infestations can lead to significant emotional and psychological problems. While bites are unpleasant, it’s not believed that they harm us long-term; the long-lasting psychological effects are more detrimental to our well-being.
Need an overview of what bed bugs are? Read our guide here.
Just the thought of bed bugs crawling around and over our skin can send us rocketing out of bed. Bed bugs tend to be nocturnal creatures since they like the cover of darkness in which to feed, but all they really want is a cozy place in close quarters to your skin so they can drink your blood.
The problem is, bed bug bites often cause little-to-no reaction, so those little red patches on your skin may be a heat rash or hives. So how do you tell the difference? Read on to find out!
While hiring a professional pest control company is popular, some homeowners prefer to invest in heat equipment and take on the task themselves. However, a common concern is whether the high temperatures used in bed bug heat treatments will damage their homes. In this article, we'll explore the potential for heat treatment equipment to cause damage and provide tips for preparing your home for DIY treatment.
Heat is the best option when it comes to commercial bed bug treatment. If you're a hotel owner, commercial property manager, or a professional pest control company investing in the right industrial bed bug heater is crucial to eliminating your current bed bug problem and keeping them out during future occurrences. Let Convectex get you on the path to success with Equipment and Training. Call today to get started: 877-375-0005
Bed bugs are far more common than people like to say, and a bed bug business can keep you busy serving customers year-round. With our heat treatment packages, providing customers with highly effective treatments couldn’t be easier or more hands-off.
But how do you start a bed bug business? Here are 5 things you need before starting your bed bug business.