Posts with the tag: "signs of bed bugs"
Are you planning a last minute summer vacation? Perhaps you're staying in Hawaii, heading out to the mainland, or maybe you're leaving the country for a vacation abroad. In any case, no matter where you are going, you need to know how to avoid bed bugs while you are there, understand what they look like and what to do if you bring these little pests home with you.
Bed Bug Awareness Week is June 4-10, so get the facts and avoid bringing these pests into your home or business. Bed bugs are increasing in number each year around the United States, and they are becoming more widespread here in Hawaii. In honor of Bed Bug Awareness Week, Sandwich Isle Pest Solutions wants to help you dispel the myths and equip you with the truth about bed bugs in order to help you avoid an infestation in your Hawaii property.
Hawaii is one of the most beautiful and exotic spots to visit on the Earth, but it can't be all things to all people all the time. Sometimes our interests take us to other exotic locations. We may want to visit the Eiffel Tower or sample all that Paris has to offer. We may want to explore the Serengeti and see what a rhinoceros looks like up close. There are many places in the world that offer experiences that can't be had here. Are you planning to visit one of them? If you are, you should know that bed bugs are a worldwide pest. Whether you're planning a hunting expedition in Argentina, or a tour of the Northern Lights in Alaska, you should make bed bug prevention a part of your travel plans.
While one of the best things about the holidays can be spending time with family, we understand that it can also be a stressful time. Traveling to see family can bring with it a multitude of challenges. From figuring out where to stay to packing for everyone, taking time off from work, making travel arrangements, and of course, the actual travel – it can be exhausting. As if all of that weren't enough, we now have to worry about dreaded bed bugs! Bed bug infestations are commonplace these days. No longer can you just throw your suitcase on the bed and settle into your hotel, you've got to do an inspection. Check out these tips for avoiding a bed bug infestation this holiday season and what to do should you get one.