The Tools to Get Rid of Bed Bugs -- For Good

07 Mar 2019
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The most important thing to remember when you’ve got a bed bug infestation is that these little pests are fighters. They can live in cold or warm climates and can go almost indefinitely without feeding on a human. If it were easy to get rid of them, there wouldn’t be such a persistent problem.
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How to Recognize a Bed Bug Bite

07 Mar 2019
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The most insidious thing about bed bugs is their bite -- it doesn’t hurt until it’s too late to find the pest. In fact, it’s almost impossible to feel a bed bug while it’s biting you.
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Save Thousands on Bed Bug Treatments with this Easy DIY Option

01 Feb 2019
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If you’re a business owner is the hospitality industry, then you might be familiar with the never-ending bed bug infestation cycle that many businesses are subjected to.  The cycle starts with a bed bug sighting; then you close rooms (or even your entire company) while you wait for an exterminator to come out, inspect your rooms and then finally treat the area.  Keep bed bugs out of your business!  Start performing your own bed bug heat treatments today!  Convectex has everything you need!
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The Only Bed Bug Resource You’ll Ever Need!

01 Jan 2019
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If you didn’t already know, we at Convectex have expanded our scope of services that we offer to our business customers.  We can help you start or grow a successful bed bug heat treatment or heater rental company.  Below you will find the top ways that we are helping businesses around the world make bug money killing bed bugs with heat!
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Bed Bug Dos and Don’ts

01 Dec 2018
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DO – Eliminate Clutter Clutter is a bed bug’s best friend and could be you’re worst enemy. Clutter provides an infinite number of areas and harborages for bed bugs to hide and creates spaces that are difficult to treat during a heat inspection. If cluttered conditions persist, you may only be able to reduce the number of bed bugs and never completely eliminate the problem. De-cluttering tips Plastic containers with lids and large zip lock bags are perfect for shoes, linens, storing toys, books, extra clothing, and miscellaneous items when not being used.  A bonus is that these bins will offer a “protected zone” where bed bugs cannot enter. Don’t let papers and magazines stack up.  Throw them away or shred them to reduce cluttered areas that bed bugs can hide. Important documents can be stored in plastic file storage bins. Never leave your laundry piled on the floor.  Use hampers instead. DON’T – Donate bed bug infested items Many people like to donate unneeded items during their de-cluttering efforts.  Which this is a great way to clean the clutter from your home, you should NOT donate or remove any items from your home if you suspect a bed bug infestation. ...
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