Long Island Bed Bug Exterminators, GotchA! Bed Bug Inspectors talk about bed bug prevention on their website.

Share Article

Bed Bug Exterminators on Long Island, GotchA! recently talks about bed bug prevention on their website.

Long Island Bed Bug Exterminators

Long Island Bed Bug Exterminators

Long Island Bed Bug Exterminators, GotchA! Bed Bug Inspectors talk about bed bug prevention on their website.

Today, Gotcha Bed Bug Inspectors, a Long Island based bed bug Inspection Company would like to talk about bed bug prevention and provide you tips on how to avoid your home from becoming infested with bed bugs. The company services Long Island, Queens, New York City, Brooklyn, Rockland County, and Staten Island. They serve other areas also upon request.

Bed bugs are difficult and hard to treat pests, infesting homes, hotels and retail locations. Experts from the National Pest Management Association (NPMA) recommend people to be on high alert prior to travel. Summer is a high travel time and the probability of people bringing these pests home is high.

The owner of Gotcha Bed Bug Inspectors, Michael Colongione, has this to say, “Don’t worry about a possible bed bug infestation. We will guide you in everything you need to do to get rid of those troublesome bugs.”

Education of general public, especially travelers, is essential to bed bug prevention. Bed bugs are small, oval, brownish insects that live on the blood of animals or humans. Bed bugs do not fly, but they can move quickly over floors, walls, and ceilings. They are more of a nuisance than anything else. Below are some tips that can help prevent bed bug bites:

Wash all bedding regularly in hot water. Use extra hot dryer settings for drying.
Vacuum floors and mattresses regularly.
Use a mattress encasement for your mattress so that bedbugs can’t escape.
Check any used furniture or mattresses for bed bugs.
Bug sprays can be effective at preventing and eradicating bed bug infestations.
If you are traveling then be aware that hotel or motel furniture can be full of bug infestations. Check any bedbug hotel registries to see if your hotel has been infested at any point within that last couple of weeks.

Once you arrive, do an inspection of your hotel room. Check under the bed sheets and box springs for pepper-like stains that may be evidence of bed bug activity.

Keep your entire luggage off the floors.

If you have any questions or to request consultation, call their Long Island Office: (516)-941-5951. They offer 24 hr assistance and are available 7 days a week.


Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Michael Colongione

Michael Colongione
Visit website