Avoid Sharing Summer Break with Bed Bugs

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All Local Bed Bugs Service has re-launched its website, as well as rolled out specials for this summer.

Many Residential Houses have to combat bed bugs problem. One female bed bug can lay one to two eggs a day and up to 200 eggs in her lifetime. Routine inspections will lead to early identification, which is important to help lower the risk of a severe problem and the need for extensive bed bugs treatment.

Gail Getty, a noted entomologist at the University of California Berkley, explains, "Bed bugs and their habits are actually very simple to understand. For the unassuming public, though, differentiating between fact and fiction is becoming ever so difficult with the amount of information available. Understanding the basics is the first line of defense a consumer has against the unwelcomed critters, which can take a toll both financially and emotionally on a victim."

According to a statement issued jointly in July 2010 by the Centers for Disease control and the Environmental Protection Agency, there has been an "alarming resurgence" in the beg bug population in the U.S. Bed bugs, like head lice, feed on the blood of humans, but are not known to transmit diseases. Nonetheless, they cause mental, physical and economic angst wherever they appear.

All Local Bed Bugs Washington DC has announced summer special with a Free Bed Bugs Inspection for new customers.

About All Local Bed Bugs Service:

All Local Bed Bugs Services in Washington DC gives their customers an extensive range of pest control services and products to help them eradicate unwanted pests and bed bugs from their home or office. The company puts in place one-off treatments and contract work to commercial and domestic customers.The company's target is to deal with clients requests within 24 hours from the time of their call.

For more information, please visit http://www.bedbugswashingtondc.com

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