Bedbugs and Fleas: A Real Itchy Thing

  Are you looking for effective bedbug and flea home insecticides or garden pesticides? Whether you like it or not there is always a huge possibility that bugs and insects, such as bedbugs and/or fleas will plague your home or garden. However, instead of whining about the pests, find a method for getting rid of them in an efficient and environmentally safe manner. It is best that you handle this insect problem fairly quickly and not risk the chance of having a full bedbug or flea infestation. Depending on the insect or pest, there are plenty of commercialized home insecticides or garden pesticides that can be used to get rid of your insect intruders. The thing is to find one product or a few products that can eliminate bugs effectively and safely. The following are just two of the bugs or insects that are common to most homes and gardens and how you can get rid…

Common Home Bug Infestations

Bugs are a part of life, but sometimes it can seem like they actively plan invasions of houses. They can cause irreparable damage to a home, and carry diseases. There is a wide variety of insects that varies from region to region, but there are four common types that have an international tendency to infest homes. Acting fast is the only way to kick the infestation before they take over your home. Once you discover signs of an invasion, act immediately to oust the pests. Here are the four most common types of bugs found in homes, and the basics on how to fight them. Bed Bugs These bugs are an absolute nightmare to get. They snack on you while you sleep and lay their disgusting eggs in your mattress. They are easy to contract, and can infest almost anywhere: offices, hotels, purses, luggage, stores, and more. Bed bugs have…

Help, I Have Bed Bugs!

So it's finally happened to you: you keep getting these mysterious mosquito bites, despite the fact that you haven't been in any particularly mosquito-infested areas recently. They're red, swollen, and itch like crazy – and there's a lot of them. Then, you realize each morning you wake up and have more and more bites, and the bites show up in rows. They're not mosquito bites…they're bed bug bites. Bed bugs are difficult to get rid of, but not impossible. It's all about reducing the amount of places they can hide, having the right equipment, and getting rid of whatever you can that might serve as a home for them. The first step, as always, is not to panic – bed bugs are pretty annoying, but don't usually pose any substantial threats to your health. After you calm down, try a few of these tricks.  Don't: Give them a Place to…

Don’t Let the Bed Bugs Bite

The bedbug epidemic is worse than ever, rapidly spreading worldwide.  These disgusting insects travel anywhere looking for warm houses and beds to nest and search for food.  Bedbugs tend to come out at night to feed on their host, but they are not exclusively nocturnal.  If you have a large infestation, you may begin to see activity during the day as well.  Bedbugs can feed on their host without ever being noticed and they can cause a number of health problems.  If you suspect you have bedbugs it is very important to do a thorough inspection. Quick Steps to Inspection: Carefully remove bedding and place in a plastic bag, these will need to be laundered in high heat. Remove Box spring liner for inspection Inspect the furniture and dressers near the infested bed. If you find active bed bugs are signs then you will need to remove contents and proceed…