Do you have Bed Bugs? Have you spent thousands of dollars on exterminators only to have Bed Bugs return? Don’t blame the exterminator! The Only Thing Worse Than Getting Bed Bugs Is Getting Them Again.
The scourge of Bed Bugs that plagued the United States in the 1940s and 1950s was virtually eliminated by powerful insecticides like DDT. But, Bed Bugs remained alive and well in many other countries. Now, Bed Bugs are back in the United
States – in single family homes, apartment buildings, hotels, hospitals, dormitories – any place where humans sleep.
ALL BORO® has the technology, equipment and trained technicians to handle the toughest Bed Bug infestations. Our team of professionals arrive on site and take control of the situation, guiding victims through the meticulous process necessary to eradicate Bed Bugs and Bed Bug eggs from your treasured possessions, valuable belongings and your home .
Bed Bug Facts:
- Bed Bugs move rapidly over floors and through walls, spreading and breeding quickly throughout a house or building.
- Bed bugs are minuscule in size – measuring only 3/16 inches long – the size of a speck of dust. Newly hatched eggs are clear, making them almost impossible to detect to the naked eye.
- Bed Bugs have flat bodies that enable them to fit into tiny crevices of mattresses, bed frames and headboards.
- Symptoms of Bed Bug bites vary. Some people develop itchy red welts or localized swelling within a day or two of the bite. Others have little or no reaction. The welts and itching are often mistaken for mosquito bites. Confirmation of Bed Bugs requires the help of a professional.
- Unlike cockroaches and rats that live on human garbage and run away from people, Bed Bugs seek out people because they live off human blood. While people sleep Bed Bugs feed off exposed skin. Once fed, Bed Bugs crawl off the body and go elsewhere to digest their meal.
- Female Bed Bugs lay hundreds of eggs in secluded places. Bed Bugs may live and breed without feeding for months – even years.