Tag: Bed Bug Exterminator

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“I Found a Bed Bug in my Home!”

"I Found a Bed Bug in my Home!" The first thing that people usually do is panic once they find out that there may be a bed bug infestation in their home. Does one bed bug sighting mean there is an active infestation?  There are many variables to this question before it can be answered…

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Why Heat Treatments Fail.

Why Heat Treatments Fail. The heat treatment process varies from one pest control company to another. They  are not the same, although more inexperienced companies may disagree. The truth of the matter is there are many different methodologies used.  Some are more successful than others.  At FL Bed Bug Experts, we use a scientific approach…

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More Than Bed Bugs: Heat Kills Pathogens

More Than Bed Bugs: Heat Kills Pathogens by Tommy Underhill, GreenTech Heat February 26, 2020 News sources around the world have acutely focused on the spread of Covid-19— the coronavirus. Dr. Tom Frieden, former director of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and former commissioner of the New York City Health Department, told CNN that…

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The Bed Bug Life Cycle

If you have discovered bed bugs in your home, then you are probably panicking and want to find out how to get rid of them as soon as possible. It is important to learn about the life cycle of in order to fully understand what you are up against. If you notice several generations of bed…

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Electronics & Heat Treatments

Preparing your home for a heat treatment is very important, especially when it comes to electronics. All electronics such as TV's, computers/laptops etc. need to be unplugged with the exception of the appliances such as stove, refrigerator, microwave and washer/dryer to prevent any damage from occurring. Appliances are designed to withstand higher temperatures.…

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How Will I know if I have Bed Bugs?

Bed Bugs like to hide where you sleep or places where you may sit and relax for long periods of time. If you find bites and suspect that you may have bed bugs, try searching for them. You may find tiny black dots, their droppings or red blood stains, which are signs they…

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CURBSIDE ALERT…FREE COUCH! (Bed bugs included)

Bed bugs are often transported from one location to another through infested belongings, such as furniture. From curbside trash to furniture rentals, there are plenty of ways that used furniture can carry the possibility of bed bugs if you’re not careful. Furniture that is thrown out for garbage and left on the curbside is often how bed bugs are…

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How Are Bed Bugs Spread?

Bed bugs are often spread in many ways. A person may buy new or second-hand furniture that is infested. Bed bugs are also very good at hitching rides on items such as suitcases during travel. Sharing of belongings and laundry are also good examples of how bed bugs may easily spread. …

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Should Bed Bug-Infested Clothing be put in the Washer and Dryer?

To put it simply, bed bug infestations cannot be eradicated from homes by means of over-the-counter insecticides, baits or sticky traps, no matter what a product’s advertisements may claim. Unfortunately, there also does not exist any do-it-yourself methods of eliminating bed bug infestations, as only the most cutting-edge pest control methods used by professionals have a proven track record of…

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84% Of Residents Mistake Bed Bugs For Other Pests

84 Percent Of Residents Mistake The Bed Bugs In Their Home For Other Arthropod Pests Twenty years ago, bed bugs were not much of a concern for homeowners, tenants, landlords and hotel owners, but bed bug populations have obviously exploded since then. Today, homeowner surveys show that bed bugs are of the greatest concern to residents when compared…

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