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How to Check for Bed Bugs in Houses, Hotels and Offices - CheckForBedBugs.com Releases It's Official Easy-to-Follow Guide
Date:1/25/2013

Cincinnati, OH (PRWEB) January 24, 2013

Bed bugs continue to rise in most cities across the United States. In fact, based on a survey conducted by one pest-control company, there was a 33 percent increase in bed bug business in 2012. Believing that late detection of the said pests plays a major factor in the swelling number of their infestation, Check For Bed Bugs released an easy-to-follow do-it-yourself procedures on how to check for bed bugs in houses, hotels and offices.

As stated by Check For Bed Bugs, the said pests are not like ticks or fleas. They don't transfer diseases. But despite that, it said that they could bring in problems as skin allergy, social embarrassment and even paranoia. Those problems, it said, could negatively affect a person's general well-being. And because of that, it emphasized that a bed bug treatment is needed.

However, the website cited that although most of the public wanted to eliminate bed bugs themselves to avoid a huge expense, many of them fail to do so. One major reason that it gave is their late detection of the said pests.

Determining the public's need to locate bed bugs early for a

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