Where Do Bed Bugs Hide?

If you have been bitten at night and are trying to find the culprits you suspect, then read this find out where the bed bugs are hiding in your home. It will help you find them faster.

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Signs of Bed Bugs

Knowing the signs of bed bugs can help you detect them early and possibly prevent your family from being harmed. These vampire bugs feed on human blood leaving trails of itchy red bumps all over your family’s bodies

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Do I have Bed Bugs?

Find out how to know if you have bed bugs. First learn the clues and then how to catch them in the act of feeding!

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Bed Bug Population Explosion Is Menacing The USA!

The bed bug invasion has reached epidemic proportion because they breed so quickly and are hitchhiking everywhere. Cities like New York are especially hard hit due to population density and a flourishing tourist trade. These ¼” brownish-red bugs are wingless and prefer to come out in the dark to feed on your blood. They use their host as a taxi, often meaning they latch onto your clothes and travel on your person or in your suitcase. Once they arrive the bugs will feed and reproduce, an interesting fact is that bed bugs cannot reproduce without a blood meal. Adult bed bugs are flat, brown colored insects that are wingless. The off-white colored youngsters (nymphs) can actually detect the breath of people up to 160 feet away and crawl to that new food source. After the nymph reaches its dinner (you) it will spend three minutes feeding and then scurry away to a safe dark hiding place. Your new parasite needs four more blood meals to complete its 5-stage growth cycle…so it will be back again and again over the next three weeks. So will all the other bed bugs! Now here is the scary information about how fast these bugs can multiply. A single adult female lays around 70 eggs/week (1/2 male. ½ female). Assuming all nymphs can get blood meals as needed here is what we get. Two tiny eggs that find their way into your home can produce over 10,000 bed bugs in 3-1/2 months, with hundreds of thousands eggs ready to hatch. That is just plain scary!