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What to Do Before And After The Exterminator Comes for Bedbugs

Many homeowners believe it is their fault that they have bedbugs at their place. First of all; know and understand that that is not the case. Bedbugs can enter your home in numerous ways and hitchhiking through guests luggage is the most common one. Continue reading

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Will an Exterminator Get Rid of Bed Bugs? How to Get Rid …

This time of year isnt just a common travel season for us, its also a popular time for bed bugs to move from host to host. The more travelers there are, the more opportunity exists for bed bugs to hitchhike Continue reading

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Bed Bug Exterminator NYC | Extermination Treatment …

Different Treatment Options When it comes to bed bugs pest control certain situations require different treatment methods than others. For instance, people that live in apartments or condos have a harder time getting rid of bed bugs, because the bugs can migrate to the neighbors. Continue reading

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Bed Bugs Toronto – Pestend Affordable Pest Exterminator

What Are Bed Bugs & What Makes Them Unique Bed bugs are tiny and oval shaped and they are generally flat. They are insects that suck blood and infest areas where humans and other animals sleep. Bed bug infestations are not always the result of having a dirty home because bed bugs can find their way into your home even if all the necessary precautions have been taken. Continue reading

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Bed Bugs Treatment

Bed bug control or treatment can be confusing to say the least. From billboard ads to media stories, types of treatments are discussed and it seems that everyone has their favorite method of treatment. Today, professional pest management embraces the concept of Integrated Pest Management or IPM. Continue reading

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Bed bug – Wikipedia

Parasitic insects and there health effects Bed bugs are a type of insect that feed on human blood, usually at night.[7] Their bites can result in a number of health effects including skin rashes, psychological effects and allergic symptoms.[5] Bed bug bites may lead to skin changes ranging from invisible to prominent blisters.[1] Symptoms may take between minutes to days to appear.[2] Itchiness is common, while some may feel tired or have a fever.[2] Typically, uncovered areas of the body are affected and three bites occur in a row.[2] Bed bugs bites are not known to transmit any infectious disease.[5][7] Bed bug bites are caused primarily by two species of the insect Cimex: Cimex lectularius (the common bed bug) and Cimex hemipterus.[3] Their size ranges between 1 and 7mm.[7] They spread by crawling between nearby locations or by being carried within personal items.[2] Infestation is rarely due to a lack of hygiene but is more common in high-density areas.[8][2] Diagnosis involves both finding the bugs and the occurrence of compatible symptoms.[5] Bed bugs spend much of their time in dark, hidden locations like mattress seams or cracks in the wall.[2] Treatment is symptomatic.[2] Eliminating bed bugs from the home is often difficult, partly because bed bugs can survive up to a year without feeding.[2] Repeated treatments of a home may be required.[2] These treatments may include heating the room to 50C (122F) for more than 90 minutes, frequent vacuuming, washing clothing at high temperatures, and the use of various pesticides.[2] Bed bugs occur in all regions of the globe.[7] Rates of infestations are relatively common, following an increase since the 1990s.[3][4][6] The exact causes of this increase is unclear; with proposals including greater travel, more frequent exchange of second-hand furnishings, a greater focus on control of other pests, and increasing resistance to pesticides.[4] Bed bugs have been known human parasites for thousands of years.[2] Individual responses to bites vary, ranging from no visible effect (in about 2070%),[5][3] to small macular spots, to prominent wheals and bullae formations along with intense itching that may last several days.[5] The bites often occur in a line. A central spot of bleeding may also occur due to the release of anticoagulants in the bug's saliva.[4] Symptoms may not appear until some days after the bites have occurred.[5] Reactions often become more brisk after multiple bites due to possible sensitization to the salivary proteins of the bed bug.[3] The skin reaction usually occurs in the area of the bite which is most commonly the arms, shoulders and legs as they are more frequently exposed at night.[5] Numerous bites may lead to an erythematous rash or urticaria.[5] Serious infestations and chronic attacks can cause anxiety, stress, and insomnia.[5] Development of refractory delusional parasitosis is possible, as a person develops an overwhelming obsession with bed bugs.[9] A number of other symptoms may occur from either the bite of the bed bugs or from their exposure. Anaphylaxis from the injection of serum and other nonspecific proteins has been rarely documented.[5][10] Due to each bite taking a tiny amount of blood, chronic or severe infestation may lead to anemia.[5] Bacterial skin infection may occur due to skin break down from scratching.[5][11]Systemic poisoning may occur if the bites are numerous.[12] Exposure to bed bugs may trigger an asthma attack via the effects of airborne allergens although evidence of this association is limited.[5] There is no evidence that bed bugs transmit infectious diseases[5][7] even though they appear physically capable of carrying pathogens and this possibility has been investigated.[5][3] The bite itself may be painful thus resulting in poor sleep and worse work performance.[5] Similar to humans, pets can also be bitten by bed bugs Continue reading

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Buffalo Bed Bug PCP | Professional Pest Control Buffalo …

As your Buffalo bed bugs expert, we use an array of treatments to attack your infestation, adapting which techniques we utilize depending on your specific circumstances. We know the safety and wellbeing of your family is your main priority, and, therefore, we will talk through our various approaches with you to ensure you are comfortable with our treatment plan. In most instances, we will use various methods on a single property to eliminate 100% of your bed bugs. Continue reading

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Bedbug Exterminator | Bed Bug Control | Bed Bug Infestation

Bed Bug Q & AQ. Do bed bugs spread disease?A. Bed bugs should not be considered as a medical or public health hazard. Continue reading

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Exterminator Bug Services |authorSTREAM

Slide 1: Exterminator Bug Services Professional Bed Bug Exterminators Bed Bug Solutions Bed Bug Control And Treatment Bed Bug Prevention Bed Bug Infestation Signs Slide 2: Exterminator Bug Services An exterminator's main job is to get eliminate pest infestations, however, they also have to deal with distressed customers and educate them about the various methods which will be used once dealing with the pests. Bed bugs don't fly since they do not have wings. Continue reading

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Milwaukee Bed Bug Exterminator | Pest Control Service | A …

Milwaukee Bedbug Exterminators Bed bugs are easy to find but hard to eliminate. Continue reading

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