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Bed Bug Travel Tips

Happy Holidays! According to AAA, 43.6 million Americans are planning to take to the roads, skies and railwaysbetween Nov. 21 and Nov. 25. The Federal Aviation Administration lists the nation’s 35 busiest airports, and 30 of those cities can be found on Orkin’s top 50 bed bug cities list. So try not to travel to these cities “Based on the diversity of cities on the list, we all need to be very cautious when we travel—whether it is business or pleasure, or to visit family, friends or vacation. We need to be vigilant wherever we are and take the proper precautions.” What makes it so difficult?  Bed bugs are the worlds greatest Hitch Hikers and it could take several days to weeks and even months before you notice you brought them home with you.  They will come into your home 2 WAYS—you or someone else: either directly on your clothes you are wearing or on something you bring into your home, Luggage, book bags, ect. and/ or  USED: books, furniture, couches, beds and/or ANYTHING.  They will not come from out side your house directly into your home on their own, they are transported in. New research from the University of Minnesota has also suggested bed bugs are attracted to dirty clothes, so keep them in a sealed bag or container when you...

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More About The Bed Bug Guys

Hello folks, I am Jeff, one of “The Bed Bug Guys” and we love killing Bed Bugs. “The Bed Bug Guys” are a locally owned and operated business that specializes in exterminating Bed Bugs, with HEAT Treatments.  Bed Bug exterminating is all we do and are a very successful business, with hundreds of satisfied customers throughout the entire State of Minnesota and surrounding states. We use the best Equipment and Treatment process in America, HEAT. Heat is the NEW pesticide in eradicating Bed Bugs for GOOD and NOBODY DOES IT BETTER than “The Bed Bug Guys”.  We are one of the very few companies nationwide NOT USING ANY TOXIC Pesticides (Nerve Poisons) during our Treatments. We services Homes, Hotels, Dorms, Camps, Apartment, Retail, Condo’s and so much more. You can be Bed Bug Free in 48 Hours by calling 612-267-0335 now.  Have all your Bed Bugs Dead in 48 hours, simply by calling “The Bed Bug Guys” TODAY. We offer a 60 Day Guarantee you Will Be Bed Bug Free.   If you get Bed Bugs again in 60 days, we come back and re-treat with Heat.  This is simply the Best Warranty in the Entire Industry. “The Bed Bug Guys” have almost 100% success rate in eradicating Bed Bugs using just HEAT TREATMENTS. That’s right; we have been able to eradicate all of our cooperating customers’ Bed Bug Problems.  Some of them have been battling those bothersome, blood sucking Pests for 6 months  – 2 years, causing high levels of Stress, Anxiety, Loss of Sleep and so much more.     Bed Bugs are the hardest pest to eradicate and require complete cooperation by all people involved for Heat Treatments to be successful.  That is why we do almost all the preparation work for you, not having you or your tenants responsible for a successful treatment.  In rare cases, a second heat treatment is required and that is why you want our 60 day warranty to be bed bug free. Other companies using chemicals have been proven to be unsuccessful in exterminating Bed Bugs, only pushing Bed Bugs deeper into your homes structure and creating pesticide resistant Bed Bugs, making it even harder to kill them. Very few companies use Heat...

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Illnesses Associated with Bed Bug Incesticides

Acute Illnesses Associated With Insecticides Used to Control Bed Bugs — Seven States, 2003–2010   For 2003–2010, a total of 111 cases were identified in seven states (Table 2). The majority of cases occurred during 2008–2010 (73%), were of low severity (81%), and were identified by poison control centers (81%). New York City had the largest percentage of cases (58%).     Weekly September 23, 2011 / 60(37);1269-1274   The common bed bug, Cimex lectularius, is a wingless, reddish-brown insect that requires blood meals from humans, other mammals, or birds to survive (1). Bed bugs are not considered to be disease vectors (2,3), but they can reduce quality of life by causing anxiety, discomfort, and sleeplessness (4). Bed bug populations and infestations are increasing in the United States and internationally (3,5). Bed bug infestations often are treated with insecticides, but insecticide resistance is a problem, and excessive use of insecticides or use of insecticides contrary to label directions can raise the potential for human toxicity. To assess the frequency of illness from insecticides used to control bed bugs, relevant cases from 2003–2010 were sought from the Sentinel Event Notification System for Occupational Risks (SENSOR)-Pesticides program and the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (NYC DOHMH). Cases were identified in seven states: California, Florida, Michigan, North Carolina, New York, Texas, and Washington. A total of 111 illnesses associated with bed bug–related insecticide use were identified; although 90 (81%) were low severity, one fatality occurred. Pyrethroids, pyrethrins, or both were implicated in 99 (89%) of the cases, including the fatality. The most common factors contributing to illness were excessive insecticide application, failure to wash or change pesticide-treated bedding, and inadequate notification of pesticide application. Although few cases of illnesses associated with insecticides used to control bed bugs have been reported, recommendations to prevent this problem from escalating include educating the public about effective bed bug management. To evaluate illnesses associated with insecticides used to control bed bugs, data from 2003–2010 were obtained from states participating in the SENSOR-Pesticides program* and from NYC DOHMH.† Acute illnesses associated with an insecticide used to control bed bugs were defined as two or more acute adverse health effects resulting from exposure to an insecticide...

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Why Bed Bugs Won’t Die

Why Bedbugs Won’t Die Irritating Pests Are Evolving Rapidly to Withstand Pesticides, Gene Study Finds By ROBERT LEE HOTZ The first comprehensive genetic study of bedbugs, the irritating pests that have enjoyed a world-wide resurgence in recent years, indicates they are quickly evolving to withstand the pesticides used to combat them. The new findings from entomologists at Ohio State University, reported Wednesday online in PLoS One, show that bedbugs may have boosted their natural defenses by generating higher levels of enzymes that can cleanse them of poisons. In New York City, bedbugs now are 250 times more resistant to the standard pesticide than bedbugs in Florida, due to changes in a gene controlling the resilience of the nerve cells targeted by the insecticide, researchers at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst recently reported. Recent studies show that bedbugs around the world have developed a resistance to the chemicals used to control them. Scientists are now studying the molecular biology of these pests to develop more lasting control measures. View Slideshow Associated Press New findings from entomologists at Ohio State University, reported Wednesday online in PLoS One, show that bedbugs may have boosted their natural defenses by generating higher levels of enzymes that can cleanse themselves of common pyrethroid-based pesticides. More photos and interactive graphics The findings add to a growing body of evidence from molecular-biology studies that bedbugs have recently evolved at least three improved biochemical defenses against common pesticides. Bedbugs today appear to have nerve cells better able to withstand the chemical effects, higher levels of enzymes that detoxify the lethal substances, and thicker shells that can block insecticides. “These bugs have several back doors open to escape,” said evolutionary entomologist Klaus Reinhardt at the University of Tuebingen in Germany, who was familiar with the new research butn’t involved in the projects. “Simple spraying around of some pesticides may not [be enough] now or in the future.” In an era of antibiotic-resistant infections and herbicide-resist ant weeds, the ability of bedbugs to survive once-lethal doses of insecticides is the newest evidence that efforts to eradicate pests that plague humankind may make some of them stronger. It is a key reason for the spread of bedbugs in the past decade,...

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Do-It-Yourself Bed Bug Treatments Usually Don’t Work

D I Y Do It Yourself Bed Bug Treatments usually do not work, but this homeowner Eradicated his Bed Bug Problem for GOOD.   But it cost him everything he owes After trying to elevate his home’s temperature to kill off bed bugs, a Woodbury homeowner accidentally set fire to his house. Bed Bug Guys guarantees safe and thorough solutions to ERADICATE your bed bug infestations for GOOD. Fair Lawn, NJ (PRWEB) June 26, 2013 After reading that high temperatures can kill bed bugs, a Woodbury, New Jersey resident tried to use a space heater, hair dryer and heat gun to eliminate the pests, according to CBS. Unfortunately, trying to apply this solution not only caused a fire but also destroyed his entire house. And although the Environmental Protection Agency has stated that high temperatures can kill bed bugs, it cannot be done by simply raising the thermostat. Special tools and equipment are necessary. Bed bugs have become a huge problem in the metropolitan area over the past decade. They quickly reproduce and can live for long periods of time without food or air, which makes them very difficult to eliminate. It is nearly impossible for an untrained individual to remove the problem on his own, and it is recommended that one calls a professional to deal with a bed bug infestation. The “Bed Bug Guys” is a professional pest control company that provides Bed Bug Extermination throughout Minnesota. Their staff is specially trained to eliminate bed bugs in any structure, weather it is your home or businesses. Their services are fully guaranteed for 30 days, 60 days or 90 days. It is not only quicker and easier to call “Bed Bug Guys” to remove your problem, in situations like this one, proves to be safer than many of the self remedies that people may hear about. “You need to contact a professional pest remover when dealing with bed bugs,” says company owner Jeff Berens. “It can be dangerous to try to do this on your own. Many people do things that damage their place of living and still don’t even get rid of the bed bugs.” Bed Bug Guys uses safe and environmentally friendly products and equipment in all of their pest control services. They...

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Megan’s Experience With The Bed Bug Guys

Hi, I am Megan and I want to tell you about my experience with bed bugs. It was horrible and very bad. I have never had Bed Bugs, EVER in my life until now. I told my landlord about the problem, so he had someone come out to assess the situation. They found Bed Bugs, then they sprayed pesticides in my home four times and it did nothing to help get rid of them; all it did was give my kids headaches. So I called around and found “BED BUG GUYS” . They were by far the best company to work with. The “BED BUG GUYS” answered the phone when I called, answered all my questions and gave me a free quote over the phone. They came out to assess my bed bug problem and were able to exterminate all my bed bugs with a heat treatment all within 48 hours. It has been two weeks since our Heat Treatment and I have not seen any bedbugs, and neither me nor my children have not been bitten.  The”BED BUG GUYS” did a great job and I would recommend them to everyone. We got Great Service and a 60 day Bed Bug Free Warranty. I would hire them again for sure and you should...

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