When it comes to bed bugs, there are more extermination myths than accurate facts out there. Some common questions about bed bug treatment include, “What’s the quickest and safest way to kill bed bugs?” “Does heat kill bed bugs?” and “How hot does it have to be to kill bed bugs?” If you are suffering […]
Few words can sour a mood like these two: “bed bugs.” The discovery of those creepy crawlers in your home, office, or hotel room can throw your entire life into an uproar. Can you leave your home without worrying about spreading the critters to your friends and neighbors? Will you need to destroy your furniture?
Bed bugs are gross. You may think bed bugs only infest hotel rooms or other public quarters, but this isn’t true. Bed bugs are not an indicator of how clean a home is—they do not discriminate. And Seattle ranks 39th in the country for bed bugs, which means you should be on the lookout for
What’s far worse than sleeping and having that nightmare of falling into a bottomless pit? The answer may be a lot of things, but one of the top real-life nightmares on our list is waking up to little insects crawling around your bed and leaving red itchy bites all over your body. Yep, we’re talking
Did you know that there are more insects than humans on earth? Allegedly, there are more than 10 quintillions at any time! Fortunately, most of them are harmless. In fact, some can even be beneficial! Take ladybugs, for instance—they help get rid of crop-damaging aphids. Some insects, however, are harmful. For example, it’s not uncommon