Articles About Bed Bugs and Pest Control

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Bed Bug Activity on the Rise

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Spring months can show uptick in bed bug activity

As winter is drawing to a close, the Tennessee spring season will arrive within the following weeks.

This year, the Farmer’s Almanac has been consistent with weather patterns as they called for a rainy, mild winter. If the trend continues, there will be an early spring followed by a mild summer. Warmer weather is definitely on the horizon for Middle Tennessee residents.

With that in mind, an early spring can lead to a longer season for bed bugs and common pests such as spiders and ants along with other insects or rodents. While bed bugs are present in winter months, activity can spike in warmer seasons due to travel, outdoor activities and other factors.

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Avoid Bringing Bed Bugs Home from School

ThermalRid Blog: Avoid Hitchhiking Bed Bugs

Beware of “hitchhiking” Bed Bugs!

You’ve bought all the school supplies, you’ve secured lunch-time foods, and you’ve sent the kids to their classrooms for their first day. With so much going on, it’s impossible to take the time to research how bed bugs could end up coming back home with your children from school or daycare. That’s why we’re here to help!

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