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The Do’s and Don’ts of Eradicating Bed Bugs

Updated: Nov 2, 2020

Let’s face it, no one wants to find bed bugs in their home ̶ or anywhere else for that matter! However, these tiny invaders can find their way into virtually anywhere: offices, schools, dormitories, retirement homes, correctional facilities, and manufacturing facilities. If it’s inhabited by humans, chances are good that that bed bugs will make an unwanted appearance at some time or another.

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But don’t feel bad. It’s probably not your fault. Just because your home, office, clinic, or retirement facility is clean and well-maintained doesn’t make you immune to bed bug infestation. A recent study by The Royal Society discovered that homes in wealthier areas can host more bugs, flies, spiders, dust mites and book lice than less welcoming environments. This is because upscale neighborhoods tend to be more biologically diverse.

Bed Bugs: The Equal Opportunity Pest

There's now need to fret! Here's how to get rid of bed bugs - for good.

Actually, bed bugs are one of the most challenging and hard-to-control pests. According to one reliable source, at least 20% of Americans have encountered bed bugs in their homes, offices, and in hotels and sundry other places. In other words, bed bugs are equal opportunity pests; no one, and no place, is immune.

However, if you do want to minimize your chances of facing a bed bug infestation, there are some tips to keep in mind. For those proactive bed control busters among you, here’s a list of do’s and don’ts. Following the advice therein could save you a lot of time, money and grief.

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