Keep Bug Bugs Out of Your Home
If you’re thinking that the only way you’ll ever experience a bed bug problem is by staying in a hotel that has them, think again. They can be right there in your very own home without your evening knowing it. It is widely known that the problem with bed bugs has become more of a serious problem in more recent years due to the amount of international travel being done today.
However, what you may not know is that bed bugs can be on public transportation, on airplanes, at movie theaters and any other public places. It’s impossible to avoid all of the places where bed bugs may exist. However, at Control Exterminating Pest Control, we are able to effectively help homeowners in Queens, Bronx, Brooklyn, Staten Island and Manhattan, with their bed bug problems
How to Avoid Bringing Home Bed Bugs
Find Out What They Look Like
It is very easy to identify a bed bug infestation if you know what you’re looking for. You can find out what they look like by going on the Internet to find out what they look like. This will help you to avoid coming into contact with them when you are traveling.
Stay Alert While Traveling
Staying alert also means being prepared whenever you travel. In order to avoid bringing home bed bugs, you will require a flashlight and a magnifying glass. You can also use your phones flashlight, if it has one. If you always have one in your luggage, you’ll always be ready when you travel. Do not be fooled into thinking that luxury hotels don’t also get bed bugs. This can happen when someone stays at the hotel with bed bugs in their luggage. It’s as simple as that.
Keep Your Luggage Outside After Traveling
We’re not saying that you should always keep your luggage outside but upon returning home from a trip, you should thoroughly inspect your luggage to make sure there is no sign of bed bugs before bringing into your home.
“Keep Bug Bugs Out of Your Home” was written for Control Exterminating and edited by Maria Sumoza.