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Owen Stobart speaks with Jesse Mulighan  about Bed bugs,  how to identify them, some fascinating facts about them, and how to eradicate bed bugs


I Have Bed Bugs, Now What?

Bed Bug Treatment: Chemical, Non-chemical and other Methods

This section of the Bed Bug Central website will provide you with information regarding what to do if you have a bed bug infestation and how to remove bed bugs from your home. We will discuss the steps that you can take at home with products that can be purchased directly from our store, or you can also hire a professional pest management company from our bedbugFreelnetwork. This section will provide you with all of the information that you will need to make this determination to take care of your bed bug problem safely and effectively.


Bed Bugs 101

Bed Bugs 101 is your premier online resource for bed bug information. Bed Bugs 101 was created by Richard Cooper, who is regarded as one of the industry's top experts on bed bugs.

Can bed bugs ever be eliminated once they infest an environment? The simple answer is yes, it is possible to eliminate a bed bug infestation in most situations particularly if the bed bugs are detected shortly after they have been introduced into the house/business

Clutter is probably the single biggest obstacle that stands in the way of control. Closets that are filled with belongings, items stored beneath beds or furniture, piles of clothing or other items on the floor, etc. all provide an unlimited number of

Bed bugs will readily move between units in multi-occupancy settings such as hotels, apartments, hospitals, dormitories etc.

I Have Bed Bugs, Now What?

The complete elimination of bed bugs requires highly trained and licensed individuals knowledgeable in bed bug biology, behavior, and the proper use of pesticides.

8 Interesting Facts About Bed Bugs

It’s time to dive into the strange world of bed bugs. Peruse our list of interesting facts to learn more about these creepy crawlies:

1. Bed bug eggs are almost too small to see

Bed bug eggs are only 1 millimeter long. A single female bed bug lays eggs every single day and lays up to 500 in a single lifetime, which is why a single pregnant bug can wreak havoc quickly.

2. Bed bugs can ingest seven times their own body weight in blood

That’s equivalent to an average adult male holding 120 gallons of liquid in his stomach at once.

3. Regina Gries has let 20,000 bed bugs bite her… for science

Researcher, Regina Gries, has been working on developing pheromone traps for catching these pesky pests for many years. Surprisingly, she uses herself as a test subject, allowing bed bugs to feed on her at regular intervals. Now that’s devotion.

4. Bed bugs can live in just about any environment

Bed bugs are incredibly hardy creatures. Pest control pros routinely find them in apartments, hospitals, dorm rooms, schools, theaters, and more. They can withstand temperatures from nearly freezing up to 120 degrees Fahrenheit.

5. Bed bugs have sharp instincts

‍Bed bugs aren’t capable of creative problem solving, but they do rely on very strong instincts. These instincts allow them to resist the allure of food during the daytime when their prey could spot them.

Bed bugs only come out of hiding when the smell of exhaled carbon dioxide gets too strong to resist. That usually happens in the evening, when you’re sleeping.

6. Bed bugs resist pesticides

Historically, pest controllers removed bed bugs from homes or businesses by using traditional fumigation or pesticides. In recent years, however, bed bugs developed a natural resistance to these traditional methods. Now, pest controllers need to use different methods to remove them.

7. Bed bugs are picky about what they eat

Bed bugs will only consume blood from a live host. They’re not tempted by spilled or cold blood. Only the best for these pesky pests, apparently.

8. Bed bug saliva contains a mild anesthetic

‌Have you ever wondered why people don’t wake up at night after bed bugs bite them? Bed bug saliva actually works to anesthetize the places the bug bites. The prey doesn’t feel the pain of the bite, so they keep sleeping while the bed bug feeds.