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Bed Bugs NYC

15 Nov

Bed Bugs in New York


New York is the most widely reported finding of bed bugs bite cases in the U.S. But PRWEB.com reported that it is only a small percentage of the city that is affected by bed bug. Assured Environments offers bed bug K9 inspections and so far this year, has cleared over 29 million square feet of space in New York as being bed bugs free.

Assured Environments, New York’s largest pest management firm, has notes a large increase in bed bug infestations during the months this summer, expected due to the extremely warm weather being experienced around the country. At the same time, the company is performing a growing number of bed bug inspections and clearing a great amount of space with its specialized K9 Unit in NYC.

Complete news, read: http://www.prweb.com

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Bedbug Registry

02 Nov

The Bedbug Registry


Bedbug Registry is a website (www.bedbugregistry.com) that offers a searchable database of bedbug infestations in apartment buildings, as well as hotels, in US and Canada.

If you’re looking to rent an apartment, you can search The Bedbug Registry to see if there are any reported infestations in the neighborhoods that interest you. If you consider rent an apartment in a particular building, you can run a check on that building by entering its address.

Open the bedbugregistry.com website and type in the address for a specific building. Or, if you want to search for all reports in a more general location, just type in the name of the city and state and click “Check Address.” Click on a result to view the reports related with that location. A map conveniently appears to the right of the reports.

You can add your own report of bed bug infestation too. First, search for reports at the address in question. View any reports already entered for the address, and then click “Report Bedbugs at This Location” and complete the form to add your own report.

But, the Bedbug Registry may edit your report contain abusive or off-topic language, advertisements, and potentially libelous content. To help ensure the accuracy of The Bedbug Registry, only make reports that are truthful.

The Bedbug Registry offers its database for free. You can search for reports of bedbug infestations and add your own reports at no charge.

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Hotels With Bed Bugs

30 Oct

Hotels with Bed Bugs

Hotels with bed bugs are not uncommon. In fact, hotel and motels are the perfect place for hotel bed bugs transmission. Immigrants that had lived in a country and place with bed bugs infestation are suspected who brings back bed bugs in the US through their luggage.

Once hotel bed bugs infested a single room, these hotel bed bugs crawl on to the next room, create a new colony, and then crawl to another room, and then create another colony.

People have their wrong notion about hotel bed bugs; they thought that hotel bed bugs infest only those hotels and motels that are filthy. This is totally untrue. Hotel bed bugs do not dwell on a place because they are filthy (like cockroaches or rats) but because they are attracted to carbon monoxide (which humans exhale) and their human hosts from where hotel bed bugs withdraw blood from.

So, this means that even ritzy and posh hotels may have hotel bed bugs.

Hotel bed bugs are reddish brown, oval shaped, and are very flat which allow them to hide and lay eggs in tiny crevices. A small crack or hole can harbor hotel bed bugs.

Hotel bedbugs are nocturnal insects. They feed during the night and are generally more active an hour before dawn. Some hotel bed bugs feed during daytime, especially those who haven’t fed for a few months. An adult hotel bed bug may last eighteen (18) months without feeding. Their regular feeding cycle (when a host is present) is five to ten days.

If you want to check out the hotel for hotel bed bugs, go to places where a human being might stay, such as in bed, sofa, chairs, carpets, and furniture nearest to the bed. Check the crevices of these furniture including the mattress interiors and seams and bed frames.

The edge of a bed mattress and under it, are often the breeding ground of hotel bed bugs.

If you have seen one or two crawling hotel bed bugs, this is an indication that the infestation might be heavy. Hotel bed bugs are rarely seen. But the moment you see hotel bed bugs crawling near you, it means that there are many adult hotel bed bugs and they are fighting over a single host.

You may want to check out other Bed Bug Extermination guide on Bed Bug Registry and Getting Rid of Bed Bugs

 
 

Bed Bug Infestation Map

08 Oct

Bed Bug Infestation Map, New York is the Largest


Bed Bug Infestaion Map in US Cities

If you are planning a trip, prepare yourself to watch out for bed bugs infestation widely spread in various U.S. regions. There’s a good idea to note the bed bug infestation map in U.S., which will help you find the cities most severely infected bed bug infestation.

The above bed bug infestation map shows the spread of bed bugs pest that is almost throughout the United States. But the concentration or largest colony of bed bugs is in the east coast of America, especially New York.

Not long ago, pest-control giant Terminix released has released reports which showed that New York for the second year in a row is a city that most reported of bed bugs cases. But the actual report was not surprising because New York is a densely populated metropolis with well-publicized infestations everywhere from apartment buildings to businesses such as department stores, magazine offices, and even Lincoln Center.

Terminix reported an increase in bed bug infestations in most states during the past year (2010), partly because clients are more aware and on the lookout for the small insect.

The company’s list of most bed bug-plagued cities, based on customer complaints validated by Terminix and infestations discovered during pest calls:

1. New York
2. Cincinnati
3. Detroit
4. Chicago
5. Philadelphia
6. Denver
7. Washington, D.C.
8. Los Angeles
9. Boston
10. San Francisco
11. Columbus, Ohio
12. Dayton, Ohio
13. Baltimore
14. Louisville, Ky.
15. Dallas

This is the second year Terminix has put out a list. Baltimore, Dallas and San Francisco appear on it for the first time this year, replacing Indianapolis, Cleveland and Minneapolis.

Bed bugs have always been around, especially since strong chemicals such as DDT were banned But today people are more aware and communicating about the issue. But, the hotels are still reluctant to let customers know about infestations, because that would prevent potential customers. So it can be very difficult to gather accurate information on the extent of bed bug infestation.

We have additional information on this subject you may be interested in reading: where do bed bugs live and what are bed bugs

 

Bed Bug Registry

30 Sep

Bed Bug Registry

The Bed Bug Registry is (bedbugregistry.com) a free, public database of user-submitted bed bug reports from across the United States and Canada. Founded in 2006, the site has collected about 20,000 reports covering 12,000 locations.

The Bed Bug Registry exists to give travelers and renters a reliable and neutral platform for reporting their encounters with bed bugs. Though most Americans have still never come across one, these retro pests are spreading extremely quickly across American and Canadian cities.

Bed bugs are easy to transport in luggage and very hard to get rid of. For this reason they have become an especial nuisance for hotels, dorms, hospitals, movie theaters, libraries, and other public spaces. You can’t tell whether a building or hotel room has them based on cleanliness – the bugs can thrive anywhere there are cracks and crevices to hide in.

Until a reliable, safe pesticide becomes available, avoiding bed bug encounters will be the only reliable way to ensure they don’t spread into your own home.

You may want to check out other Bed Bug Extermination guide on How To Get Rid of Bed Bugs and Bed Bug Pest Control