Early detection of the pests must also be observed as it can save any bed bug sufferer from worse damages and bigger financial spending...
(PRWEB) March 13, 2012
Bed bugs are expanding their reach. Today, residences and hotels are not just their targets. The recent report about them found in a Water Division in Cleveland just proves that they are now spreading even to places they are not known to infest.
Based on the report from WTAM.com, a small number of bed bugs were found at the state's Department of Division of Water building located at 1201 Lakeside Avenue. Jason Woods, Chief of Public Affairs of the department, said that the number of the pests are not enough to call it an infestation.
Though the sighting of the pests did not halt the division's operation, extermination was still implemented in the building. A ten-day follow-up treatment was also scheduled.
Knowing how fast bed bugs spread and multiply, BedBugControl911.com commends the department's prompt reaction to the incident. However, the site believes that the elimination of bed bugs could have been easier and cheaper if a pesticide exempt bed bug spray was used instead.
Nonetheless, the website recommends that others should also implement immediate treatment after a bed bug sighting. Early detection of the pests must also be observed as it can save any bed bug sufferer from worse damages and bigger financial spending, it adds. And one of the ways to detect bed bugs early that it suggests is to observe pics of bed bugs for a fast and accurate identification of the pests.
So consumers can have a taste of the benefits of a pesticide exempt bed bug control solution, BedBugControl911.com is a giving out a free bed bug spray.
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