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Photo of the publication cover. Bed Bug Control in Homes Bed Bugs - Help August 15, 2013

The most effective way to control bed bugs in your home is through a combination of chemical measures and heat treatments applied by a Pest Management Professional (PMP). Unfortunately, the service of a PMP can be costly. So we are providing information on how to control a bed bug infestation on your own.



Photo of the publication cover. Bed Bug Control in Multi-Unit Housing Bed Bugs - Help August 15, 2013

There is no silver bullet for eliminating bed bugs. They present a challenge to modern pest control that the industry is still struggling to meet. To make up for the lack of chemical power we have for battling this insect, additional people and tools must be involved. Bed bug success stories usually involve people who live and work in a building (including a pest management professional) coming together as a team to battle this pest.



Photo of the publication cover. Bed Bug Prevention When Moving Bed Bugs - Help August 15, 2013

Once bed bugs have been confirmed in the living area of an individual or family, there may be good reason to move them to a different area or apartment while the infested one is treated. However bed bugs may be transferred with personal belongings, causing more trouble in the new living space.



Photo of the publication cover. Bed Bug FAQ for Property Owners & Managers Bed Bugs - Help August 15, 2013

Bed Bugs are a difficult problem for apartments and multi-family units. It can be very expensive to treat an infested property. However, not addressing the problem will only make the infestation worse and more costly for you. One of the most important things property owners/managers can do is to educate their residents about bed bugs.



Photo of the publication cover. Bed Bug Control in Group Homes & Shelters Bed Bugs - Help August 15, 2013

This publication covers bed bug prevention, management and control, education and awareness, and is specifically geared toward public agencies and private or public housing administrators and their facilities management teams. It is applicable to other types of living situations, though techniques and recommendations may need to be adapted.