Posts With The Category: "Bed Bugs"
If you were to pick up surfing, you wouldn't just grab a board and go out into the giant waves. You would want someone to help you recognize the many dangers--even the ones you may not immediately see, like sharks, jellyfish, snakes, stingrays, and urchins. You would want your guide to explain how riptides can suck you out into the ocean and how the impact of a powerful wave can break a bone. You would trust your guide to teach you proper surf etiquette, so you don't make other surfers want to kill you. When you seek out the help of a knowledgeable friend, there is safety. Do you have a knowledgeable friend helping you protect your home or business from bed bugs?
June 7-13 is bed bug awareness week (BBAW). Why make a special week for bed bug awareness? Because this is a very special bug. It doesn't chew through your exterior walls. It doesn't crawl in under your doors. This is a bug that hitches a ride on humans. And the easiest humans to hitch a ride on are humans that are unaware. Thus, the Professional Pest Management Alliance is spearheading a campaign to inform the public. Here is a list of bed bug facts they would like you to know. Feel free to tweet them on social media. Use the hashtag #BBAW so we can all coordinate our efforts.
Do you know much about bed bugs? If you do a lot of traveling, you should! Knowing what bed bugs look like, how to find them and how to recognize their signs is the first step in avoiding a bed bug infestation. If you are planning a trip soon, or you just suspect you might already have bed bugs in your home, the Hawaii bed bug professionals at Sandwich Isle would like to offer you a few tips on how to recognize a bed bug infestation.
Bed bugs are a problem no matter what part of the country you live in, even if you live on the beautiful the islands of Hawaii. Bed bugs have made a comeback in the last decade and they don’t appear to be going anywhere anytime soon. Because of this, it is important to know what bed bugs are and how to get rid of them so that you can protect yourself, your family and your home from these persistent pests.