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Extermination the Best Approach to Get Rid of Unwanted Guests

LogoThese small insects can be quite the pest especially because not only do the females lay many eggs, but when they hatch, they multiply very fast. They enter into homes unnoticed in numerous ways and it is almost impossible to detect them.

Bed Bug Pandemic: Is There a Solution Getting Rid of Bedbugs?

LogoIt may often not seem like it, but complete removal of bedbugs from a home is a real possibility. Heat treatment has proven itself capable of eradicating both bedbugs and their eggs. Heat treatment is, by all means, the best alternative to a chemical treatment- which most bedbugs are resistant to in any case.

How Do You Know if You Have Bed Bugs?

LogoBed bugs are extremely tiny nuisances that can make their way around your home quicker than what you might think. While many people assume that bed bugs only bother those who are extremely dirty, that isn't the case. These little pests can invade anyone's home in no time at all. They can show up almost anywhere. Oftentimes, people bring home bed bugs after their stay in a hotel. However, they can be found in many other places beyond a hotel or bed and breakfast.

Genome Sequencing Provides New Hope in the War on Bed Bugs

LogoA collaboration between the American Museum of Natural History and the Institute for Computational Biomedicine at Weill Cornell Medical College have sequenced the genome of the bed bugs found in New York City, which has made more information available about their genetic make-up than ever before. As a result, there is hope that this genetic information can be used by other parties to come up with even more efficient and effective bed bug treatments in the future, which should come as welcome news to those who have ever encountered the pests.

How to Get Rid of Bed Bugs

LogoThere has been a resurgence of bed bug infestations not only in the United States but worldwide as well. Bed bugs can show up anywhere, as they do not thrive on filth and dirt. They can appear in the homes of the richest person as well as that of someone living in less than standard conditions. They are, however, attracted to clutter. The more clutter the more difficult it becomes to get rid of them. They can travel easily and can be unknowingly transported by unsuspecting travelers.

Canines and Bed Bug Detection - the Latest in Technology

LogoThe use of canines in the treatment of bed bugs is becoming more and more popular. Environmental Heat Solutions offers this new technology to its customers.

Avoiding Bed Bugs While Traveling and Hosting Travelers

LogoThe return of warm weather heralds the return of spring, which means spring vacation for students of all ages and their families. With the rise of international services like AirBnB and CouchSurfing, more people with extra rooms or properties are becoming willing to host strangers at their homes for added income, and more travelers are staying at local homes rather than hotels or hostels for added convenience, lower prices, and the added benefit of a local to give them the inside scoop on their destination.

Social Media Makes Bed Bug Control More Important Than Ever

LogoThe number of mobile users has soared in recent times. In fact, it is predicted to continue soaring for the foreseeable future, both because of its unrivaled convenience and because of the increasing capabilities of mobile devices. This has made some business issues such as bed bug control more important than ever because the combination of social media and mobile devices can spread the news of even small infestations with shocking speed, thus causing lasting damage to the reputation of infested businesses.

How to Win the Battle Against Bed Bugs Using Heat Treatment

LogoBed bug extermination from one's home is possible. Nonetheless, now more than ever, people need super-specific knowledge to treat their crawly, creepy situation. The good news is that individuals don't need to panic, there is hope.

Pests Are Becoming More Resistant to Pesticides

LogoThe rate at which we use pesticides is making pests such as bed bugs as well as other insects more and more resistant to them, which is something with serious consequences for a wide range of sectors. As a result, both businesses and consumers should use something other than pesticides as the solution to their bed bug infestations, both to ensure thorough results and to protect the usefulness of pesticides.