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What to do if your Neighbor has Bed Bugs

Living in duplex housing or multi-unit buildings can pose unique threats when it comes to bed bug infestations. Since Bed bugs can travel approximately 100 feet an hour, if a neighbor has a bed bug infestation, there’s a great possibility for you to become infested too.  So how do you know what to do if […]

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The 2012 most bedbug-infested cities

The 2012 most bedbug-infested cities  Philadelphia has won the dubious title of most bedbug-infested U.S. city, according to the annual Most Bedbug-Infested Cities ranking, released today by Terminix. Philadelphia took the top spot from New York City, which held the title for two years. The 2012 most bedbug-infested cities include:                                                   1. Philadelphia 9. Denver […]

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Busting Bed Bug Myths

With so much information regarding bed bugs it can become confusing and overwhelming trying to decipher what’s true and what isn’t. Bed Bugs and Beyond is committed to providing the facts on bed bugs and how to eliminate them. Check out the list below, gathered from the EPA and a UK Bed Bug site, for […]

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Tips to Avoid Bed Bugs while Traveling!

Follow the tips below to make sure you don’t bring home any unwanted guests! When traveling, talk to hotel management before checking in, to find out their policies and procedures for handling bed bugs. Having a proactive prevention and maintenance plan in place is key to successful elimination.    Be aware and observant of your surroundings. […]

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Bed Bugs are Back and Here to Stay; a Recent Global Study Details Extent of the Re-Insurgence

Results from a new survey conducted by the National Pest Management Association (NPMA) and the University of Kentucky, shows bed bugs are back and threatening a full blown pandemic. “The results of the 2010 Comprehensive Global Bed Bug Study suggest that we are on the threshold of a bed bug pandemic, not just in the […]

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