Bugs Patrol Blog
|Posted by firstname.lastname@example.org on August 28, 2015 at 8:25 PM|
Thanks for visiting MyBugsPatrol.com! Today I’d like to leave you some useful information regarding very problematic infestations that are going on in many places which are not mentioned much by people for fear of being labeled as dirty or undesired!
The truth is anyone and anything can bring bedbugs into your home and start a new infestation, so do not feel bad for having any of these pest problems, including bedbugs! In most cases it starts simply by traveling and using hotel accommodations, traveling in infested vehicles or vessels, or just by becoming in contact with a person whose property’s infestation is so out of control that the insects are traveling on the person's own personal belongings and clothing at all times (extreme cases).
My recommendation is to inspect any bed you will be sleeping on, (a flashlight is recommended) especially the head side and corners of mattresses. If the bedroom has bedbugs, they are usually under matresses' folds, corners, and bed clothing. These insects are going to be nesting there to be able to suck the blood of their victims as they sleep, so if bedbugs are present you will see them there. You can also spot them by noticing tiny black or brown spots which are their droppings, and their nesting spots. If you see a small drop size blood stain on your bed sheets do a routine inspection as mentioned above. You may see a picture of bedbugs on our website, along with some general information about them.
Another recommendation is to not pick up any furniture like parts or bedroom sets sitting on a curb waiting for the garbage trucks. Usually if it looks good, there has to be a reason why it's there, which may be an infestation of some sort. You must also inspect second hand clothing or toys passed down and donated. Most people like to help others, but have no idea that they may be spreading bedbugs to others. There is more information on the internet to help you minimize your chances of bringing home these pests. However, in the event that your property becomes infested with bedbugs, do not wait or think it will go away, it will not! The sooner it is treated the easier and less costly it will be. The larger a bedbug infestation becomes, the more intense labor it will demand, which means that it will cost way more! Take my advice and don’t wait! The sooner, the better for you, and the easier for the Pest Control Professional.
Thank you, I hope this helps my Bugs Patrol, LLC friends, families and pets.
Alex Licea, President.