Did you see a dead bed bug in your house and is now concerned about having an infestation? You can hire an exterminator to perform a canine scent detection inspection to find out if there are bed bugs hiding in your home. In this article, learn how a canine dog can be used to determine if your home is infested with bed bugs and how the problem can be treated
One of the worst types of infestations is a bedbug infestation. These little bugs live off of mammals, and that includes humans. When night falls, these bugs come out and feed off of sleeping humans. They bite and drain blood. The person will have itchy bites following the encounter.
The problem with bedbugs is that they are very difficult to get rid of. They hide during the day and are hard to kill.
A common misconception about cockroaches is that they only dwell in filthy or unkempt premises. Cockroaches actually love any kind of house, although having open food and water sources for them to thrive in may tempt them a bit more. If you live in an apartment complex, you are more prone for a cockroach infestation, primarily because of your close proximity to neighbors who may have them in their own dwellings.
Fleas are wingless external parasites that are often found living on animals. If you don't treat your dogs and/or cats regularly for fleas, chances are, your pets will eventually bring them into the house. If you have fleas in your home, it's important to try exterminating them as soon as you notice their presence. Here are some different ways to get rid of a flea infestation.
Why fleas are difficult to get rid of
Exterminators have dozens of chemicals at their disposal, both synthetic and natural. Synthetic chemicals were created when certain pests became immune to the effects of natural chemicals. Also, the properties of some synthetic chemicals allow for different approaches to kill pests. If you are curious as to what the three types of chemicals an exterminator uses, and just what those chemicals do, now is your chance to learn.
Probably the most accessible and most understood chemical, nerve agents attack the pest's nervous system.