Bed Bug Removal and Facts
Bed Bugs are considered by pest control technicians as the most difficult pest to eliminate and control in many of the professional surveys over the past eight years. It’s challenging for sure, but can always be solved with the proper equipments, technology, products and determination. That’s why I have attended the following educations over the past ten years:
2018 - Global Bed Bug Summit - Denver
2016 - Global Bed Bug Summit - Indianapolis
2014 - Bed Bug University - New Jersey
2013 - Global Bed Bug Summit - Denver
2012 - North American Bed Bug Summit - Las Vegas
2011 - North American Bed Bug Summit - Chicago
2010 - North American Bed Bug Summit -Chicago
Additional trainings as well (but you get the point).
Our process starts with conducting an inspection of your home and determining what is the best next step. We offer Heat Treatment, Steam & Chemical, monitoring or a combination of them all.
Bed bug facts
Most people bitten by Bed Bugs have no reaction at all.
The saying of three bites in a row “means Bed Bugs” is false; it can be 1,2,3,4,5 bites from one bug.
Bed Bugs only feed on blood and can live for several months without a meal.
After mating a female Bed Bug will lay 1-7 eggs a day for several days and will lay hundreds of eggs in her life time.
Bed Bugs spend over 95% of their life in hiding.
Bed Bugs can withstand temperatures of nearly freezing to 120 degrees.
Although Bed Bugs are not known to transmit disease people dealing with bed bugs may experience sleeplessness, anxiety, social isolation, and stress.
Bed Bugs are highly resistant to pesticide as a control measure.
Bed Bugs are often spread by abandon or used furniture
Bed Bug foggers often kill some bugs but scatter and place many Bed Bugs into deeper harborage.