Bed bugs are nibbling their way across the United States. Nowadays, nobody is immune to the nighttime antics of these creepy bloodsuckers. Being hitchhikers, anyone can pick them up at a variety of places. Although there are products available on the market that are geared for personal use to consumers, they have proven time and time again to be useless for killing bed bugs. Consumers are at the mercy of hiring a pest control professional to eradicate the blood suckers if they are unlucky enough to be suffering through an infestation.
In the suburbs of Los Angeles, California, a woman discovered that she had a bed bug infestation in her apartment. She immediately notified her landlord who refused to pay for extermination services. Having no other choice, the tenant paid a pest control company for treatment. Unfortunately, the shoddy treatment of the buggers proved to be completely useless and in a short time, she noticed baby bed bugs crawling throughout her apartment. Thanks to the help of a local media source who covered the story, and a different pest control company who offered eradication services for free, the tenant is now receiving the help she needs with her bed bug infestation.
Many insects and pests that plague New Jersey homeowners and businesses are brought about by leaving food substances unattended, trash uncovered, and areas that have overall dirty conditions. Problem insects like ants, cockroaches, flies, rats, and mice can be controlled in NJ by removing their food sources and having a good pest control plan in place, but this is not the case when it comes to bed bugs. Being that bed bugs feed on human blood, and they are the most difficult pest to eradicate for New Jersey homeowners and businesses, it is imperative that specific procedures are followed with these nasty nibblers. Bed bug treatments require an experienced and trusted pest control firm like Allison Pest Control who knows how to eradicate the bugs before they get out of hand! Hiring an inexperienced pest control company will definitely be a financial mistake and the misuse of insecticides could be disastrous!