Posts Tagged ‘getting rid of bed bugs’

How do I know if I have bed bugs?

Bed bugs will usually leave red, itchy bite marks on the skin of their victims. They can sometimes be spotted hiding in the cravices of items that have been infested, such as mattresses, pillows or blankets.

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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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What products do you have for bed bugs?

We offer a full line of Bed Bug Treatment products. Our AllStop Dead Bed Bugs Contact Killing Spray is our most popular bed bug product. Our non-toxic formulas are safe to use in your home without fear of side effects or worry about your pet’s or children’s health. You can treat your bed with this…

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Will bed bugs result in night bug bites in bed?

Yes. If you have bed bugs, the infestation will result in bug bites during the night, and these will most likely occur at night.  Bed bugs tend to feed on you while you are sleeping in your bed. They do this because it’s the best time for them to feed. They prefer to feed and…

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Will bed bug bites make me sick?

While feeding, bed bugs inject a tiny amount of their saliva into the skin. Repeated exposure to bed bugs bites during a period of several eeks or more causes people to become sensitized to the bed bug saliva.

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Where do bedbugs lay their eggs?

Adult femail bedbugs leave eggs most commonly on the mattress, inside a box spring, behind peeling wallpaper, behind walls and baseboards, near the edges of rugs, and in the closets. Bed bugs will lay their eggs anywhere they can. Anywhere bed bugs are dwelling and hiding they will also lay their eggs. They do not have…

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