1. Common Causes of Bed Bug Infestations, Part 1

    As you prepare the interior and exterior of your home for the fall season ahead, you may find that you’re housing unwelcomed guests: bed bugs. While finding that your home has been infested by bed bugs can be quite unsettling, you’ll likely feel discouraged, and maybe even a little bit embarrassed; the truth is, bed bugs are a common occurrence here in Colorado, and you shouldn’t feel ashame…Read More

  2. Top 10 Cities with High Bed Bug Rates to Avoid

    Hello, and welcome back to our blog. In our last blog post, we explored some of the reasons why Colorado is currently experiencing a severe bed bug infestation, while also going over some of the ways to avoid bed bugs getting into your home this summer. Today, in an effort to help minimize the risk of spreading the bed bug infestation, we’d like to discuss some of the cities with the highest rat…Read More

  3. Summer Hitchhikers: What You Need To Know About Bed Bugs This Summer

    You might be wondering if bed bugs are included on the list of annoying pests to worry about this summer. While other bugs like mosquitoes begin waking up as the weather heats up and the moisture increases, bed bugs are actually a year-round nuisance. That being said, many experts agree that bed bugs are more active in the summer due to increased travel, movement, and contact with others. And like…Read More

  4. Understanding the Enemy: Lying in Wait

    In our previous blog, we began exploring the fantastic and terrifying truths behind how bed bugs reproduce through the lense of understanding the enemy that we’re dealing with. Today, we’ll take a similar look at the feeding habits of the bed bug, as gross and difficult as that may be, to better understand the other main element that makes them so frustrating to families everywhere. Bed Bugs A…Read More

  5. Understanding the Enemy: Bed Bug Reproduction

    Okay, it’s gross, we know; but it’s important enough to understand what we’re dealing with when we talk about the potential dangers for exponential infestation growth and the need for a permanent and all-encompassing solution to your bed bug problem that we write a blog about the enemy’s most dangerous weapon: Reproduction. Bed Bug Reproduction Habits, Facts, & Dangers Dizzying Egg Lay…Read More

  6. Where Do Bed Bugs Come From?

    Bed bugs are a big problem for anyone that is unfortunate enough to have them infest their home. Not only are these pests difficult to get rid of unassisted, but they invade your home in a way that creates a stressful psychological burden for your family. Whether you have bed bugs currently and are wondering how you may have come into this infestation or you’re hoping to avoid ever infecting (or…Read More

  7. Bed Bug Warning Signs: Detection

    In our previous blog, we mentioned the early bed bug warning signs from bites, including the telltale rash that some people receive from even a single bed bug bite. If you suspect you have bed bugs, or just want to confirm that you don’t, here are the most common ways that people identify bed bugs in their homes: Casings Bed bugs have small exoskeletons that look somewhat similar to tiny peanut …Read More

  8. Bed Bug Warning Signs: Bites

    While it may seem like a sudden onset, a bed bug infestation typically takes a while to build up. Unfortunately, they can be quite tough to track down, and seldom are infestations prevented from growing with a professional treatment. If you’re looking for the signs of a bed bug colony, here are some telltale indicators: An Itchy Rash Bed bug bites don’t innately cause an itchy reaction. Instea…Read More