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 are some myths about bed bugs?
Myth: You can’t see a bed bug.
Reality:     While    most    people    miss seeing    bed    bugs,    they    are    not impossible    to    spot    if    you    know where   to   look   or   how   to   identify them.   You   should   be   able   to   see adult   bed   bugs,   nymphs   and   eggs with your naked eye.
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:     Although    bed    bugs    are known     to     cause     public     health issues,   there   have   been   no   cases or   studies   that   indicate   bed   bugs have   transmitted   actual   diseases between humans.
Myth: Bed bugs are not a public   health pest.
Reality:     Bed    bugs    are    a    public health   pest.   In   fact,   bed   bugs   are on   the   list   of   pests   that   are   to   be considered     a     significant     public health   importance.   Both   the   EPA and    CDC    have    collaborated    on effort   to   highlight   the   public   health impacts    of    bed    bugs    due    to    a recent rise in the problem.
Call us today at 702-336-1500
Myth: Pesticide applications alone will easily eliminate bed bug infestations.
Reality:       Bed   bug   control   can   only be   maintained   through   a   treatment strategy    that    includes    a    variety    of techniques   plus   careful   attention   to monitoring.   Proper   use   of   pesticides may   be   part   of   the   strategy,   but   will not   by   itself   eliminate   bed   bugs.   In addition,    bed    bug    populations    in different   areas   of   the   country   have developed    resistance    to    the    ways many   pesticides   work   to   kill   pests.   It is   a   good   idea   to   consult   a   qualified pest     management     professional     if you have bed bugs in your home. 
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.    Having    a    brightly    lit room   doesn’t   guarantee   the   bed bugs     will     be     more     noticeable because   the   bugs   are   very   good at   hiding   in   plain   site.      The   bottom line   is   for   the   health   and   safety   of your    family    you    want    to    keep these   bed   bugs   out   of   your   home or    office    and    away    from    loved ones.
Bed Bug Myths
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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 are some myths about bed bugs?
Myth: You can’t see a bed bug.
Reality:     While    most    people    miss seeing    bed    bugs,    they    are    not impossible    to    spot    if    you    know where   to   look   or   how   to   identify them.   You   should   be   able   to   see adult   bed   bugs,   nymphs   and   eggs with your naked eye.
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:     Although    bed    bugs    are known     to     cause     public     health issues,   there   have   been   no   cases or   studies   that   indicate   bed   bugs have   transmitted   actual   diseases between humans.
Myth: Bed bugs are not a public   health pest.
Reality:     Bed    bugs    are    a    public health   pest.   In   fact,   bed   bugs   are on   the   list   of   pests   that   are   to   be considered     a     significant     public health   importance.   Both   the   EPA and    CDC    have    collaborated    on effort   to   highlight   the   public   health impacts    of    bed    bugs    due    to    a recent rise in the problem.
Call us today at 702-336-1500
Myth: Pesticide applications alone will easily eliminate bed bug infestations.
Reality:       Bed   bug   control   can   only be   maintained   through   a   treatment strategy    that    includes    a    variety    of techniques   plus   careful   attention   to monitoring.   Proper   use   of   pesticides may   be   part   of   the   strategy,   but   will not   by   itself   eliminate   bed   bugs.   In addition,    bed    bug    populations    in different   areas   of   the   country   have developed    resistance    to    the    ways many   pesticides   work   to   kill   pests.   It is   a   good   idea   to   consult   a   qualified pest     management     professional     if you have bed bugs in your home. 
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.    Having    a    brightly    lit room   doesn’t   guarantee   the   bed bugs     will     be     more     noticeable because   the   bugs   are   very   good at   hiding   in   plain   site.      The   bottom line   is   for   the   health   and   safety   of your    family    you    want    to    keep these   bed   bugs   out   of   your   home or    office    and    away    from    loved ones.
Bed Bug Myths
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