Bed bugs in NH… On the rise!

With the warmer weather coming, we are opening our homes to neighbors for get-togethers and minivacations. Little do we know, that our friends maybe carrying unwelcome unwelcome guests. With more and more of us traveling for business, we can unknowingly bring home bedbugs from hotels and even airline seats. This is becoming a rising concern in New England, as with all the high-tech industry here business travel has skyrocketed.

Absolute Pest, a well-established pest control company located in New England with multiple offices, has been in business over 22 years. We have been servicing New England, controlling all of your worst pests with knowledge and dedication. So if you are having a problem with bedbugs, in New Hampshire, we are the team to go to! If you, or your children are waking up itchy, or with welts or race splotches on your body, your home may very well be infested with bedbugs. If you have no previous experience with these pests, they feed on human blood at night, making your bed their home. At the biggest, they are the size of an apple seed. But more often, they are much smaller and very hard to see with the naked eye. They are nocturnal, so you will not see them during daylight hours, unless of course, you change your sleep pattern and start sleeping in your bed during daylight and are awake at night. They are attracted to the carbon dioxide your body gives off when you breathe, signaling a feeding session for them.

With one call to Absolute Pest Management, we can send a knowledgeable technician to your residence for evaluation, and depending on the situation, we will recommend either a chemical treatment or a heat treatment. We will discuss both processes with you, informing you of the entire process so you made me a decision as to which service you will choose. If you are having this issue with bed bugs in NH, or a problem with any other pests get us a call at 877-600-2263. We will be glad to answer any questions you may have, and schedule an appointment for you today!

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