Bed Bug Inspection

Does Your Home Need A Bed Bug Inspection?

Bed bug inspection should be scheduled regularly for people who travel a lot. That’s because bed bugs are, once again, at epidemic levels. Not since the aftermath of WWII have we seen this amount of infestations of bed bugs. In the mid-1940’s, the chemical DDT virtually wiped out bed bugs in the U.S. Since then, the chemical DDT has been banned. International travel has skyrocketed, as has immigration, and bed bugs are once again a serious problem in America.

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How do you know if your home needs bed bug inspection? The reasons can be very subtle. You may find two or three red bumps on your arm one afternoon. They just seemed to show up and itch terribly. These bumps will probably be in a line.

If this has happened to you, then you might have been bitten by bed bugs.

If you travel a great deal, you will, eventually, stay in a hotel somewhere that has bed bugs. The most famous hotels have had trouble with infestations and are inspected for bed bugs regularly.

How do They Spread?

Bed bugs spread quickly and easily by stowing away in your luggage and clothing. They crawl into the seams of your luggage and clothing, and you may never know they are present.

Most travelers place their suitcase on the bed when they arrive. In mild infestations, this is how the bugs gain access to your suitcase. They get into your clothes the same way. When they get in your clothes, and you pack the clothes into your suitcase, they will stow away in the seams.

When you get home, you probably set the suitcase on your bed at home. The bugs fall or crawl out, and do the same as you unpack your clothes.

How Are Bed Bug Inspections Done?

Your business may be the biggest investment you make. If it is infested with carpenter ants, termites, or other structure-damaging pests, your investment may be totally lost. You may have to spend thousands of dollars on repairs that could have been unnecessary had you called All Solutions Pest Control soon enough. Even “cute” animals such as squirrels and bats can wreak havoc with your building, saturating the ceilings and walls with urine and feces. The cost of abatement for such damage can be staggering.

To protect your business, call All Solutions Pest Control. We offer comprehensive commercial pest control in St. Charles county and the surrounding area.

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