Delaware Bed Bug Dog Inspections and Bed Bug Control
Action Termite and Pest Control’s Bed Bug Control Experts have been featured on the Today Show, CBS Early Show, Forbes, Fox Philly and many more media outlets!
Action Termite and Pest Control has developed a highly effective Bed Bug Preventative Program that consists of quarterly chemical treatments and a bi-annual bed bug dog inspections. This program is ideal for multi-unit facilities, such as, apartment buildings, hotels, nursing homes, etc.
Action Termite and Pest Control is a nationally recognized leader in Bed Bug Control. Action has been featured on Animal Planet, NBC’s Today Show, CBS’ Early Show, FORBES, the Los Angeles Times and many more media outlets for our excellence in bed bug control and canine inspecitons.
Action provides service in New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and Delaware.
About Bed Bugs
It is believed the bed bug originally was associated with bats living in tree holes and in caves of the Middle East. It was in caves that these parasites became associated with man. As man moved from cave to village the bed bug followed and became permanent associates.
This democratic creature draws no line between the impoverished or the wealthy, but its presence is more evident in poorer quarters owing to conditions more favorable for its survival. Nevertheless, these bugs can invade event the most immaculate homes.
The bed bug is distributed readily in laundry and on clothes and baggage of individuals who have visited infested premises. This pest is disseminated primarily from one hose or apartment or another by stowing away in furniture and bedding that has been moved, or by attaching itself to articles placed in an infested moving van. Second-hand furniture, old books and lumber salvage from demolished houses offer other means of ingress.
Common Bed Bug Myths
Myth: Bed bugs live in dirty places.
Reality: Bed bugs are not attracted to dirt and grime; they are attracted to warmth, blood and carbon dioxide. However, clutter offers more hiding spots.
Myth: Bed bugs transmit diseases.
Reality: There are no cases that indicate bed bugs pass diseases from one host to another. Lab tests have shown that it is unlikely that the insect is capable of infecting its host.
Myth: Bed bugs won’t come out if the room is brightly lit.
Reality: While bed bugs prefer darkness, keeping the light on at night won’t deter these pests from biting you.
Myth: Pesticide applications alone will easily eliminate bed bug infestations.
Reality: Bed bug control can only be maintained through a comprehensive treatment strategy that incorporates a variety of techniques and vigilant monitoring. Proper use of pesticides may be one component of the strategy, but will not eliminate bed bugs alone. In addition, bed bugs populations in different geographic areas of the country have developed resistance to many pesticidal modes of action. If you’re dealing with a resistant population, some products and application methods may only serve to make the problem worse. It is a good idea to consult a qualified pest management professional (PMP) if you have bed bugs in your home.