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Florida Bed Bug Infestation

A Massive Bed Bug Infestation Within An Entire Lakeland Apartment Complex Was Blamed On Tenants A bed bug infestation is one of the most stressful ordeals that a person can experience, and unfortunately, the bloodsucking insect pests often infest homes, apartments, businesses and public buildings in the Tampa Bay Area. Last summer, one of the most extensive bed bug…

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How County Officials Plan To Decrease The Rate Of Bed Bug Infestations In Tampa

Since bed bugs spread to new areas by hitching rides on human clothing, it should not be surprising to learn that bed bug infestations are particularly frequent in large American cities that see many tourists. Bed bugs are often found within public buildings and hotel rooms in New York City, Los Angeles and Chicago, and since Disneyworld is one…

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Benefits of Heat Treatments

More than Just Bed Bugs Heat is not just for bed bugs! Every living organism has a thermal death point, not only insects but bacteria and allergens as well. Keep your family safe and your environment fresh with heat from the Florida Bed Bug Experts. Take a look at these five benefits of heat treating your home. ELIMINATE INDOOR ODORS…

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What are Nymphs?

Nymphs are immature (young) stages of bed bugs. They grow by shedding their skin (molting), but they require a blood meal in order to molt. Bed Bugs have 5 nymphal stages, each slightly larger than the preceding one. Nymphs of all stages are smaller than the adult stage. Newly hatched nymphs are only 1/16 inch…

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How to Identify Bed Bugs

Bed Bugs are insects that have three body regions (head, thorax and abdomen), six legs and a pair of antennae. Bed bugs have piercing-sucking mouth parts that they use to pierce the skin and then suck up blood(that’s their only source of food and water) All bed bugs are wingless. They don’t fly or jump.…

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Tips for Bed Bugs in the Workplace

(Source: Pestworld.org) Although bed bugs are typically thought to be a household pest, they can hitchhike with people to their places of employment. In fact, a 2015 Bugs Without Borders survey by NPMA found that 45% of pest control professionals have encountered bed bugs in office buildings. Here are the NPMA’s tips to prevent bringing bed…

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Heat Treatment Preparation

Heat Treatment preparation is essential for a successful bed bug extermination service. Cleaning and organizing a home or location for bed bug extermination can be as much of a burden as moving. It is, however, an extremely important first step in the control of bed bugs, because bed bugs thrive in cluttered living areas.…

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The Truth About Bed Bug Sprays

You just found out that you have bed bugs. The first reaction for most people is to drop everything and run to the store to buy every imaginable bug spray to kill these invasive little pests. The truth of the matter is, bed bug spray may kill a bug on contact, however, it will not…

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Characteristics of Bed Bug Bites

Bed bugs will bite anywhere on the body where there is skin. Typically, bites tend to occur on areas exposed during sleeping, such as: neck face hands shoulders arms legs Almost all bed bug bites will produce some degree of discomfort, typically itchiness and inflammation immediately after the bite to days or even weeks later.…

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Where do Bed Bugs Hide?

Bed bugs are nocturnal and usually come out to feed at night when you’re sleeping and therefore make it very difficult to spot them. They are attracted to the carbon dioxide you exhale while you’re sleeping which triggers an alert that it is a safe feeding time. Typically, once you see active bed bugs crawling…

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