What do bed bug bites look like

Although bed bugs are small in size, they are able to be inspected by naked eyes by humans. When bed bugs infestation start, you will usually not know whether you are dealing with bed bugs or something else. The bite of bed bugs is mistaken by mosquito bite and is ignored by some people. The bitten wound of a bed bug looks reddish, swollen and a punctured spot in the middle of the wound that makes intense itching. But these insects do not transmit any diseases.

Bed bugs are present in places like hotels, apartments, houses, offices, other public places and even in buses and auto rickshaws. Determining the bed bugs can be accomplished by checking all the household articles {......}

Heat treatment for Bed bugs

Bed bugs are creatures that belong to group Insecta. They are cosmopolitan in occurrence. They might be present in all the places at homes, and in offices. If you find bed bugs, take the help of a professional assistance to treat them. Treatment of bed bugs is the process of treating them with various alternatives to kill or get rid of them.

How to kill bed bugs by heat treatments?

Most bed bugs feed on human blood while people are asleep. They pierce the skin of its host with two hollow tubes. One tube injects saliva and other one sucks the blood from the host body. Kill the bed bugs by {......}

How to detect Bed Bugs

As we know bed bugs are able to adapt to any environment, it is very difficult to find out the hiding places of bed bugs and its presence as they are very small enough to view for the naked eye. It is better to take a professional pest control assistance for detecting the bed bugs in your home, offices or in hotels – if you are on a travel.

How to Detect Bed Bugs?

Fecal stains, egg cases and shed skins of bed bugs in crevices and cracks or near beds and blood stains after biting are the suggestive information that shows the signs of bed bug presence. You can take the help of a professional assistance from a pest control company to determine the presence of {......}

Encasements to spot bed bugs

The pest management professionals recommend high-quality encasements to keep the bed bugs in. This is highly designed and tested to be effective against bed bugs. If you are not having bed bugs, it is safe to encase the mattress to keep the bed bugs out of the box springs or mattresses, if they are somehow introduced by the various events.

Proactive use of Encasements

Scientifically proven bed bug encasements are used as early detection tool as a measure for trapping and preventing re-infestation of bed bugs. They play a vital role in bed bug management program. There is a buglock encasement {......}

Bed Bug Hidden Spots

Bed bugs are the small, oval parasites that are present everywhere at homes, in offices and also in apartments, buildings and higienic environments. If you find bed bugs, try to find the hidden places where they are existing and try to keep them away from that premises by various treatments. Bed bugs are parasitic insects that feed on human blood. The hidden spots of bed bugs are:

  • Bed,
  • Furniture,
  • Box springs,
  • Carpets
  • Behind mirrors and picture frames
  • Luggage,
  • Clothes,
  • Books,
  • Under baseboards,
  • Sofas,
  • cracks and crevices of the walls and other household articles.

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Pesticides for Bed Bugs

A pesticide is a substance or mixture of substances that tends to control, prevent, destroy, repel or mitigate any pest. The term applies to herbicides, fungicides and other various substances used to control pests (Pests are living organisms that occurs in the agricultural or residential regions to cause damage to crops or humans or other animals that include insects, mice, bed bugs, fungi, bacteria, viruses and unwanted plants or weeds).

All pesticides for bed bugs that are used to kill them are insecticides. Insecticide sprays are formulated by mixing a small volume of insecticide with lot of water {......}

Do You Have Bed Bug Infestation?

How long do you think a bed bug can survive without food?

Take a wild guess …

You will be amazed to know. Female bugs can leave about 1 year without food! In fact, they live longer if they are starved. Strange…, but true.

I have sympathy for animals, but not for the parasites that suck the blood out of us every day and refuse to go away even if we starve them for a whole year! I mean, how can you stand uninvited these guests that will make our house miserable?

Now another surprise:

How many offspring do you think a bed bug can have?

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Don’t travel with a bed bug!

Bed begs are surfacing everywhere these days. In big cities, small towns, hotels and motels. These small but tough bugs don’t discriminate. They can hide anywhere, travel any distance as a parasite, and breed really, really fast. Some people say these are worse than cockroaches which don’t suck your blood at least!

Even if you have a bed bug free home, you are not immune to the problem. If you travel (who doesn’t?) and stay in a hotel, then there is a good chance that you will meet bed bugs there. They can hop on to your luggage and happily travel with you back to your home! You are bringing home an uninvited guest that can infest your house fairly {......}

Bed Bug Resurgence – What Can You Do About It (Video)?

Bed bug infestation is a growing problem. Bed bugs are showing up in unprecedented numbers in United States and other parts of the world. Local authorities, University labs and private companies are gearing up to address this painful problem but there is lot to be done.

Companies are quickly coming up with innovative ideas to get rid of bedbugs. The traditional methods involved using sprays, chemicals, suction etc. Recent innovations use methods like extreme heat, cold, and sniffer dogs. If you are one of the bed bug victims, check out our Bed Bug Home Remedies book which explains the new cost effective methods to {......}

How to treat and kill bed bugs?

Bed bugs are small, reddish-brown, wingless, parasitic insects that survive on the blood of other animals. The particular species of bed bugs that live on human blood is called Cimex lectularius. Bed bugs are one of the oldest species of this planet and have survived through the evolution since millions of years ago.

Bed bugs have six legs and are sometimes confused with ticks

They are very difficult to spot because of their size and their rapid pace.

All bed bugs bite. But till now, they have not found to be carriers of any disease. However, the person who has been bitten by a bed bug may develop some reddish rash or a {......}