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Why Moyer Uses Dogs To Help Eliminate Bed Bugs In New Castle Homes

If you’re noticing itchy bites after waking up in the morning or noticing small stains on your sheets, you may need a bed bug inspection. Sometimes it’s hard to tell whether it’s bed bugs you’re dealing with. If you’re wondering whether or not you have bed bugs, contact Moyer Pest Control.

what appears to be a welcoming bed covered in smooth white linen light by the morning sun light is actualy infested with bud bug that come out in the dark of the night



Where Bed Bugs Are Commonly Found Inside Westchester Homes

Homes are at risk for bed bugs over the majority of the year. Especially West Chester. Why? Because we’re home to many historical sites that tourists love to visit. Bed bugs are known as traveling pests. At any point, usually, when you least expect it, bed bugs may arrive in your Westchester home. It’s important to know what to do if that time comes.

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How Businesses In Souderton Benefit From Bed Bug Control

There was a point in time when bed bugs in the United States were almost completely eradicated. However, over the past few decades, they’ve made a strong comeback. Bed bugs are common, yet disastrous, pests for businesses. If not taken care of quickly, it is a lot of itchy bites and many sleepless nights.

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Why Bed Bug Heat Treatments Are Perfect For Souderton Homes In Cold Months

You might be wondering what happens to bed bugs in the winter. The answer is; nothing. Bed bugs are not pests that fall prey to cold weather and die off, nor do they hibernate. While they don’t necessarily like cold temperatures, they can survive and continue to move from one location to another, causing infestations as they breed.

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