The Life Cycle of Bed Bug
What is the life cycle of the bed bug? A female bed bug will lay up to 300 eggs in her life time and about 8 eggs at any one time. The eggs hatch in 6-10 days and baby bed bugs are called nymphs until they reach adulthood. Under ideal circumstances, adult bed bugs will live about a year
Great Resource! Bed Bugs and Beyond
Bed Bugs and Beyond is a great resource if you are looking for referrals to qualified service providers for bed bug elimination in your area. The site also provides information on all the different types of pest elimination services available and the latest education on bed bugs and eradication. If you have a bed bug problem, and are looking for a professional to help you get rid of it, check out their site
New Mattress Disposal Bags- Now Available!
Posted by USBedBugs on 10/24/2011
USBedBugs now carries a variety of mattress disposal bags. Once you have determined that you need to dispose of a bed bug infested mattress, you must take some precautions to ensure that you do not spread the infestation to someone else. All mattress bags meet local regulations for disposing of mattresses including New York City
How do I Avoid Bed Bugs While I'm Traveling?
Bed bugs are back! And one of the most common ways to encounter bed bugs is when you travel. There are hundreds of places you can come into contact with the pesky bugs. You might find them in your hotel room, on a plane, in a taxi, on a train or bus, and even in a store or theater. While you may not be able to control where bed bugs may be lurking, you can take some extra precautions when you are traveling so that you do not bring them home.
Bed Bug Prevention
Bed bugs are excellent hitchhikers, moving from one infested location to another via luggage, purses, boxes and clothing. Before 1950, people were aware of bed bugs and how they traveled from place to place and infested ones home. Today, most people no little or nothing at all about bed bugs. Becoming aware is the first step in bed bug prevention.
Getting Rid of Bed Bugs
So, you think you have bed bugs - Now What? What do you need to do to rid yourself of these tiny blood-sucking creatures? Leaving you own bed for another might be your first instinct, but doing so may only make the problem worse.
What are the signs of a bed bug infestation?
How do you tell if you have bed bugs and what do I look for? The only way to know for sure if you have them is to capture a live bed bug. This cannot be an easy task since bed bugs are notorious for keeping themselves extremely well hidden. However, there are a few tell-tale signs before you call a professional that can help you determine if you have a bed bug problem.
Bed Bugs Images
Ever wondered what bed bugs look like? Do you think you may have bed bugs and aren't sure what they look? Here are some great images of the creepy crawlers, fecal spots, nymphs and cast skins.
About Bed bugs
Cimex Lectularius, aka bed bugs, for years many people thought was just a line in a nursery rhyme. Today these tiny creatures have been spotted just about everywhere. So exactly what are bed bugs?
New at USBedBugs.com- Bed Bug 911 Exterminator
Posted by USBedBugs on 10/13/2011
Now available at USBedBugs.com, BedBug 911 Exterminator
Spray and Laundry Additive! These two new products are all-natural, enzyme activated and kills bed bugs on contact. This revolutionary product was created by New York's top extermination company to treat bed bug infestations.
Recap of the 2011 Bed Bug Summit
Posted by USBedBugs on 10/6/2011
The 2011 North American Bed Bug Summit sponsored by USBedBugs.com brought together many of the leading experts in bed bug research with pest control experts to exchange ideas on the latest trends and techniques at controlling bed bugs. Over 500 attendees and 70 exhibitors spent three days in Chicago last week at the Hyatt Regency Rosemont. US Congressman Robert Dold from Illinois provided an update on the US Government response to bed bugs. See article about the Summit from Pest Magazine UK