Tag: bed bug infestation

Bed Bugs! The little invaders!

Bed bug infestation
Bedbugs are small, reddish-brown parasitic insects that bite the exposed skin of sleeping humans and animals to feed on their blood. Although bedbugs aren't known to spread disease, they can cause other public health and economic issues. About the size of an apple seed, bedbugs hide in the... more
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Bed Bugs in Apartments & Condos

We know many college students have just moved into their new apartments or condominiums.  Now that you have been in your new place for a few weeks, you may have noticed some signs of bed bugs.  A1 specializes in pest control for condominiums and apartment communities. If you notice... more
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Beg Bug Detection with K-9

A1 uses K-9 detection for verification of bed bug elimination. The same training techniques used for military and law enforcement purposes, is now being adapted to train dogs to search for and find bed bugs. The K-9’s keen sense of smell allows them to smell through walls, floors and even... more
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Bedbug Tips for Assisted Living Homes

If you decide to spend your golden years in an independent living, assisted living or nursing home facility, bed bugs are a reality you need to prepare for. The smaller and closer the living quarters, the more likely you’ll face bed bugs. If you do get bed bugs, it can be very costly both... more
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Don’t Room With Bed Bugs This Fall

As college students return to campuses nationwide, many bring secondhand furniture including mattresses, futons, dressers, couches and more. As bags are being packed, and students move in, A1 Exterminators is urging students to inspect new lodgings, personal belongings, and secondhand items, for... more
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Signs and Prevention of Bed Bugs

You hear of bed bugs everywhere now a days.  It seems as though they are coming out of the woodwork.  Bed bugs like to travel. They are really good at hitchhiking into your home on luggage, furniture, bedding, or clothing. Once bed bugs are in, they like to hide in small cracks and crevices... more
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