What the In-Crowd Won’t Tell You About Memphis Bed Bugs

There are some things you may not know about Bed Bugs.  Some may experience allergy caused by bed bugs. There are lots of things which could result in the late detection of bed bugs infestation. When traveling you have to take precautions to avoid assisting the bed bugs in spreading to your home.

Reactions Caused by Bed Bugs

Bed bugs will crawl on you and bite.  Once they fill with blood, they will crawl away.  The bite is usually painless, but will cause an itchy welt.  Most people think they’ve been bitten by mosquitos instead of bed bugs.

Bed Bug Infestations

Bed bugs are found on beds, on the ground, and usually close to the baseboards. However, they are also commonly found in living rooms on couches and chairs.  A bed bug infestation usually starts in one spots and slowly moves to many others.


The optimal technique for eliminating bed bugs is to contact a bed bug exterminator. To do away with bed bugs you may have to use one of multiple methods of extermination such as cleaning/laundering soft surfaces, scrubbing mattresses, etc.

Avoiding Bed Bugs While Traveling

Bed bugs are tiny and usually go unnoticed for short amounts of time.  Bed bugs spread easily via hotels and luggage into your home.  It is crucial to inspect your hotel bed and linens for signs of bed bugs prior to heading home.


The most cost-effective treatment of bed bugs is to use a professional bed bug treatment company.  








from Blogger http://allstatepestlawn.blogspot.com/2016/08/what-in-crowd-wont-tell-you-about.html
via Memphis Pest Control Network

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Author: Memphis Pest Control Network

Memphis Pest Control Network is a network of professional pest control experts dedicated to eliminating pests in the Memphis TN area using the safest methods available.

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