Does Bed Bug Activity Increase During The Spring?

The name ‘bed bug’ says a lot about the habitat of these tiny pests. They are generally found indoors where they have easy access to human blood. The place they are most commonly found is in the bed, hence the name. They feed on people’s blood during the night and generally go undetected until their bites start showing up and causing discomfort for their hosts. Because they mostly live indoors, there is not a particular time of year when they die off, hibernate, or migrate like there is with some other types of bugs. Any increase in bed bug activity can be linked back to a change in the behavior of the people who inadvertently bring the pests home. There are some activities that increase during the spring for many people that can increase the likelihood of developing a bed bug problem.

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Termite Solutions FAQs

Termites are an interesting pest in that you may not know that you have them until it’s too late. Known as the silent destroyer, termites can do thousands of dollars of damage to your home or office, unbeknownst to you.

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Scenarios Where You Should Worry About Bed Bugs

Bed bugs are a worldwide problem. Many people find the idea of teeny tiny bugs sharing their bed, and biting their legs, to be an unsettling prospect. If you’re one of those people, you may be wondering how one gets bed bugs, or what you should be doing to help prevent them.

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As It Turns To Spring Does Bug Activity Pick Up?

Bugs are a part of everyday life. No matter where you live, pests can invade your home, sometimes bringing with them messes, dirt, and disease.

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Termite Facts You Probably Didn't Know

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