The "blood eaters"
They are not considered to be a social insect, but release an aggregation pheromone that causes them to cluster
Dave has partnered with hundreds of customers to help them eliminate Bed Bugs
This is typically 5’ to 10’ from where the warm blooded host is sleeping...
Bedbugs need a blood meal to survive, molt, mate and for the females to lay eggs
Most feeding occurs from 1 AM to 4 AM
60% of people don’t react to bites, making early detection difficult
Today, bedbugs are at pandemic (worldwide epidemic) levels.
Can bed bugs spread diseases?
How have they gotten so bad, so quick?
Can you get rid of this problem?
At this point in time, there is no documented evidence that they can
Our global society, and the changes in pest control practices