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Bed Bug exterminator products have evolved dramatically since they first began. New technology has enabled these types of exterminators to be safer for humans as well as animals, less toxic than traditional poisons and insecticides, less expensive than the more traditional insecticides and pesticides, and more effective than previously tried bedbug extermination methods. These are all good reasons to invest in a good Bed Bug Exterminator.
A safe, simple bedbug exterminator that is easy to use, doesn’t require much preparation or clean up afterward, and takes little to no time to complete the job of killing the bedbugs once you find them. You can get a good, old-fashioned, effective bedbug exterminator at home at a fraction of the price it used to cost to buy a new one from the store!
Bed Bugs are small to medium-sized blood-sucking insects, about one-half inches long, which are attracted to human blood and are capable of suckling on our blood for hours before dying. They are typically brown, gray, black or reddish-brown in color. Although they are not generally seen unless you are looking for them, they can hide out in very dark corners of the house and bedding boxes, cracks and crevices, inside furniture, behind wallpaper, in walls, in cracks and crevices, under the furniture, behind carpeting, behind mattresses, under beds and couches, in cracks in the roof shingles, in ceilings, inside and underneath windows, in the crawlspaces of your home, and sofas, and basements and garages, in cracks in your wall siding, underneath your basement floorboards, inside and behind the appliances, inside your closet and between your carpet and inside your furniture.
Bed Bugs are extremely dangerous to humans because they are capable of sucking blood through their mouth and injecting it into humans who come in contact with them. They are also very aggressive and will bite and/or sting if they are threatened and will even bite babies, if they think they can fit in and bite them until you leave your room, making it difficult to escape their reach.