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They’re Back! New York’s Heat Wave Brings Out An Unwanted Problem – Bed Bugs

July 19, 2013

The heat wave has brought out bed bugs at much greater levels than the usual problems the New York's region's consumers and businesses have during bed bug season.

Fairfield, NJ (PRWEB) July 19, 2013

July’s heat wave has raised New Yorkers’ concerns about staying cool and safe, while avoiding dehydration and power failures. It’s also brought out the New York region’s least wanted problem – bed bugs.

Bell Environmental, a leading pest control company that serves the New York Metropolitan region, says its bed bug inquiries rose significantly in last few days. While summer months equal bed bug season when insect problems are greater, inquiries are up over 40% from last year.

“This week, we’ve gotten calls about bed bug issues in offices, government buildings, apartment complexes, theaters, and camps,” said Glenn Waldorf of Bell Environmental. “The problem is as widespread as ever.”

Why are bed bugs so active now?

Bed bugs are more troublesome on hot days. They are more active in terms of their feeding, movement, and hitchhiking to new places. Bed bugs also reproduce and mature faster in higher temperatures.

Bed bugs are a problem that no one wants, but anyone can get. For advice on how to avoid bed bugs and protect yourself against these worrisome insects, visit Bell-Environmental.com or download Bell Environmental’s free app “Roscoe’s Bed Bug Tips.”

About Bell Environmental: Bell Environmental Services, Inc. is a full-service pest control company founded in 1963 and is headquartered in Fairfield, NJ. Bell’s lead canine detective is Roscoe the Bed Bug Dog, who finds bed bugs in homes and offices. Bell uses its non-toxic and chemical-free InstantFreeze method to provide the thorough safe, thorough, and effective treatments necessary to eliminate bed bugs. Please contact Bell at 973-575-7800 or visit http://www.bell-environmental.com.

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