Information From the EPA
This   image   depicts   a   view   from   above   of   an   adult,   Cimex   lectularius bed   bug. Adult   bed   bugs   are   on   average   5   mm   long   and   have   an   oval- shaped and flattened body. The   common   bed   bug   (Cimex   lectularius)   has   long   been   a   pest   feeding    on    blood,    causing    itchy    bites    and    generally    irritating    their human    hosts.    The    Environmental    Protection    Agency    (EPA),    the Centers   for   Disease   Control   and   Prevention   (CDC),   and   the   United States   Department   of   Agriculture   (USDA)   all   consider   bed   bugs   a public   health   pest.   However,   unlike   most   public   health   pests,   bed bugs are not known to transmit or spread disease. They   can,   however,   cause   other   public   health   issues,   so   it’s   important to pay close attention to preventing and controlling bed bugs. Experts   believe   the   recent   increase   in   bed   bugs   in   the   United   States may    be    due    to    more    travel,    lack    of    knowledge    about    preventing infestations,    increased    resistance    of    bed    bugs    to    pesticides,    and ineffective pest control practices. (This is why using experts in the field is pivotal to success) The   good   news   is   that   there   are   ways   to   control   bed   bugs.   Getting   good,   solid   information   is   the   first   step   in both   prevention   and   control.   While   there   is   no   chemical   quick   fix,   there   are   effective   strategies   to   control   bed bugs involving both non-chemical and chemical methods. Bed   bugs   can   be   hard   to   find   and   identify,   given   their   small   size   and   their   habit   of   staying   hidden.   It   helps   to know what they look like, since the various life stages have different forms.
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STOP BED BUGS FAST LV
The top experts in bed bugs testing, removal and prevention for Clark County.
The   Environmental   Protection   Agency   warns   that   bed   bugs   can   cause   many public   health   issues,   so   it’s   important   to   pay   close   attention   to   preventing   and controlling them.   Call us today.  We can help.  702-336-1500
What does the EPA have to say about bed bugs?
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Information From the EPA
This   image   depicts   a   view   from above     of     an     adult,     Cimex lectularius   bed   bug.   Adult   bed bugs    are    on    average    5    mm long   and   have   an   oval-shaped and flattened body. The   common   bed   bug   (Cimex lectularius)    has    long    been    a pest      –      feeding      on      blood, causing       itchy       bites       and generally   irritating   their   human hosts.       The       Environmental Protection    Agency    (EPA),    the Centers     for     Disease     Control and   Prevention   (CDC),   and   the United   States   Department   of Agriculture   (USDA)   all   consider   bed   bugs a   public   health   pest.   However,   unlike   most   public   health   pests,   bed bugs are not known to transmit or spread disease. They   can,   however,   cause   other   public   health   issues,   so   it’s   important to pay close attention to preventing and controlling bed bugs. Experts   believe   the   recent   increase   in   bed   bugs   in   the   United   States may    be    due    to    more    travel,    lack    of    knowledge    about    preventing infestations,    increased    resistance    of    bed    bugs    to    pesticides,    and ineffective   pest   control   practices.   (This   is   why   using   experts   in   the   field is pivotal to success) The   good   news   is   that   there   are   ways   to   control   bed   bugs.   Getting good,   solid   information   is   the   first   step   in   both   prevention   and   control. While   there   is   no   chemical   quick   fix,   there   are   effective   strategies   to control bed bugs involving both non-chemical and chemical methods. Bed   bugs   can   be   hard   to   find   and   identify,   given   their   small   size   and their   habit   of   staying   hidden.   It   helps   to   know   what   they   look   like,   since the various life stages have different forms.
Call us today at 702-336-1500
STOP BED BUGS FAST LV
The top experts in bed bugs testing, removal and prevention for Clark County.
The    Environmental    Protection    Agency    warns    that    bed bugs    can    cause    many    public    health    issues,    so    it’s important     to     pay     close     attention     to     preventing     and controlling   them.       Call   us   today.      We   can   help.      702-336- 1500
What does the EPA have to say about bed bugs?
Info From EPA
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