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4/27/2023 0 Comments
Can You Kill Bed Bugs With Heat?
Most of the time, heat treatments are used to get rid of bed bug outbreaks. It's important to know that bed bugs can't be killed by heat treatments that aren't done right.
What bed bugs do during the summer?
Even though it can be hard to get rid of bed bugs, it is not impossible. Bed bugs can be killed by high temperatures if they are used often and for a long time. Bed bugs can only be killed at 113 degrees Fahrenheit or higher for at least 90 minutes. Bed bugs can die faster at higher temperatures, but only a trained professional should try to do this.
Can heat be used to get rid of bed bugs at home?
It makes sense to find a cure for bed bugs as soon as possible, and many people do this by first looking for do-it-yourself solutions. A popular way to try to get rid of bed bugs is to use portable electric heaters, hair dryers, and space heaters. But how well will these methods that you can do yourself work?
If you decide to kill bed bugs yourself with heat, keep the following in mind:
4/25/2023 0 Comments
How Do You Get Rid of Bed Bugs?
When you have a bed bug problem at home, it's normal to want to take care of it yourself and get rid of the bugs right away. But don't people know that there are good ways to get rid of bed bugs at home?
In ads for over-the-counter medicines and hardware store names, the cost of hiring a professional exterminator is often compared to the cost of using these products. In this article, we'll look at some of the most common ways to get rid of bed bugs and other similar bugs.
Home Treatment for Bed Bugs
Whether you have kids or pets, how big your home is, and how bad the bed bug problem is all play a role in figuring out the best DIY treatment for bed bugs. You should get help from a professional, but there are many other things you can do.
You can't get rid of these annoying guests with force or with ease because you don't know how, don't have the skills, or don't have the right tools. Pesticides and other treatments work better in different parts of the house and at different times. It is important for the average consumer or homeowner to know when, where, and how to treat bugs.
There are pros and cons to treating bed bugs with insecticides and other widely available methods. Choose a plan for rehab that is made just for you. Common pest management methods include:
What Are the House Centipedes?
House centipedes, which are also called Scutigera coleoptrata, are insects that come out at night and can be found all over the United States. Their bodies are long and worm-like. With different amounts of black markings, they can be light brown or dark brown. Depending on the species, these bugs can be anywhere from 1 inch to 112 inches long and have 5 to 15 pairs of legs. Centipedes like damp places like bathrooms, closets, and basements. They only come out of their den when they're hungry.
Can House Centipedes Bites?
When they eat, centipedes send poison into the insects they bite, but people shouldn't worry about this. They might bite, though, if they feel scared.
Biting at Night
Centipedes can hide in your home's outside, outside walls, or cracks in the base. Even though they are small, it is hard to see night animals when they are hiding in the dark. But if you wake up at night feeling like small animals are crawling or biting you, you probably have home centipedes. Even though they don't bite people, they are still very dangerous. So, insects could be the cause of bites.
As soon as house centipedes get inside, they start to breed and lay eggs. When the baby centipedes are big enough to move around, they will hatch from these eggs and come into your home. Physically, babies look like their parents.
4/22/2023 0 Comments
Flea Season: What You Need to Know
During flea and tick season, many cat owners are afraid and worried about their pets. Fleas and ticks, on the other hand, are pests that can kill not only our furry friends but all animals, including humans. You might wonder, "When is flea and tick season?" when the weather gets warmer. Our team of experts on insects has put together the most important facts about fleas, ticks, and the risks they pose.
How Fleas and Ticks Act
Ticks and fleas are parasitic insects that feed on living things. Most of the time, these bugs live outside in places with thick grass and lots of trees. Both bugs are known for the damage they can do and the itchy, painful bites they give.
Fleas can live anywhere, even in your home, and dogs often have them. Flea adults lay eggs on their hosts, which soon turn into flea pups. Flea eggs can hatch in as little as two weeks, so a disease can spread quickly. Indoor tick infestations are rare, but they can happen if you bring ticks in on your clothes or if your cat or dog brings them in. Not only are these parasite diseases painful, but they could also be dangerous.
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