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How Do I Get Bedbugs and How Can I Avoid Them?

March 9, 2019

Article originally sourced from rockymountain and written by aaronmorgan.



Bedbug infestation is a menace facing many people today. Its adverse effects have been felt majorly in hotels and residential houses. These pests are quite resilient and can survive several months to a year without feeding. For this reason, they can be rather difficult to eradicate. A licensed bedbug control professional can help you deal with them effectively. Therefore, if you have a bedbug problem in Idaho Falls or Pocatello, Rocky Mountain Bedbug can help you get rid of them through safe methods.


How do You Get Bedbugs?




These blood-sucking pests live like hitchhikers. They move from an infested site to another by hanging onto luggage, clothes, furniture, and boxes. When you visit a place with a bedbug infestation, they are likely to hide in your clothes or luggage. When you get back home eventually, you will have transferred them to your home obliviously. They then establish a new habitat in your furniture, cabinetry, or cracks and crevices in the walls.


A bedbug can move from one house to the next. If you leave in a rental apartment, these pests can easily crawl from the neighbor’s place into your home through spaces under the door. Besides that, visiting friends can also carry bedbugs unknowingly in their clothes or luggage into your home. Hotels are prone to bedbug attacks because they receive regular clients from different areas. The customers may carry pests from their home or a public place into hotel rooms.

Pests usually live in joints and crevices found in furniture and upholstery. Some of the secondhand furniture on the market may already have a bedbug infestation. When unsuspecting customers buy secondhand furniture, they will most likely spread these blood-sucking pests into their homes. In the end, they will spread to find new habitat in different rooms and surfaces.


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