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What do bed bug nymphs look like?

Bed bugs nymphs go through five molts, taking a blood meal between each one. This stage can last from several weeks under favorable conditions up to as long as a year when hosts are unavailable and temperatures are low.

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Will the bed bug products work to kill other insects?

We offer a variety of bed bug products such as a non-chemical bed bug contact killing spray, a bed bug pesticide spray, climbup interceptors for your bed and furniture, organic diatomaceous earth for residual killing power and steamers. YES!  Our residual bed bug products are registered with the EPA for killing other insects. Our bed…

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Can I be allergic to bed bugs?

No!  A person is not allergic to bed bugs themselves but rather to the bed bug bite.  Your body can become allergic to their saliva that is injected into your skin during feeding.

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Will bed bugs die if you freeze them?

YES!  Our research shows bed bugs would die if they are frozen. Bed bugs cannot withstand freezing temperatures. If a bed bug is frozen their body swells just like when water turns to ice. When they begin to defrost their extreminities for off and they die. This is much like a busted pipe during freezing weather.…

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Can I get my bed bug order overnight?

Our company does offer Federal Express Overnight as a shipping option. You can chose this method of shipping if you would like to get it the following day provided you place your order on time Monday through Friday.

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What does a bed bug look like?

Adult bed bugs are straw-colored to reddish brown, wingless insects. Prior to feeding, they are approximately 1/4″ to 3/8″ long and nearly as flat as a piece of paper. Once they feed they become bloated and dark red.

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What is the life cycle of a bed bug?

The Life Cycle of a bed bug consists of Bed bug eggs will usually hatch in one to three weeks, depending on tempurature meaning the warmer the weather, the shorter the incubation time. Nymphs go through 5 molts, taking a blood meal between each one. The stage can last from several weeks under favorable conditions…

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