How to Control Bed Bugs

Bed bugs were nearly eliminated altogether from the United States in the late 20th century. However, in recent years after the 21st century started, bed bugs have gotten quite a bit more common. Bed bugs are tremendously irritating and can even turn out to be dangerous if they are not eliminated properly on time.

The first step in bed bug control is bed bug detection. Early detection can make getting rid of the problem far easier. If you are not certain if the infestation in your house or business you should know that bed bugs smell like rotten raspberries. Avery efficient and safe way to detect bed bugs is to bring a bed bug detection dog over. This may be one of the most efficient way to detect bed bugs before they cause any real damage. Nevertheless the detection success rate may not be this high as companies inflate the results in order to improve business.

If you are certain a bed bug infection actually exists in your residence you have several options. First you can use traditional techniques of elimination such as vacuuming, buying new furniture, or deep cleaning. If none of that works it is also possible to bring natural predators of the bed bugs in. Cockroaches, ants and spiders are all known for the ability to destroy bed bugs. Nevertheless despite the low price of this technique, it is extremely risky to bring in one pest in order to destroy another. It is also possible to buy pesticides against bed bugs. Propoxur is one of the most effective pesticides used in the elimination of bed bugs. Nevertheless, this chemical can be dangerous to human health and has been banned in some areas of the United States. It is also possible to hire a pest control service to contain the bed bugs. Although this is an expensive process it may be the only way to get rid of the bed bugs.

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