DATE POSTED: November 22, 2021
"Don't let the bed bugs bite" is a common phrase you most likely heard while growing up. You would probably let out a chuckle and then fall fast asleep. Now, you have a home you are striving to protect every single day. Are you protecting your Southern Maine home from bed bugs?
DATE POSTED: March 12, 2021
Unlike many other parasites, bed bugs do not spread disease. However, that doesn’t mean they don’t come with their fair share of drawbacks. If a bed bug infestation grows to be too big or persists for too long, it can lead to anemia in people. Furthermore, bed bug infestations have been known to cause insomnia for people living amongst them.
DATE POSTED: October 22, 2020
No pests are welcome in your home, but the worst kind of pest is the one that is tough to spot and can easily be brought inside. Bed bugs lie firmly in this category, and these blood-eating parasites pose greater health risks than some other invasive pests do.
DATE POSTED: August 25, 2020
Bed bugs take over mattresses and pillows. While you’re sleeping, they’ll feast on you. When you wake, you’ll likely have bumps on your hands, arms, legs, neck, and/or face. They’ll be clustered together, or look similar to a rash outbreak.
DATE POSTED: July 15, 2020
There are many pests that bring fear and frustration to Oakdale residents, and bed bugs are one of them. They take your peace of mind as they quickly multiply in between your box spring and mattress (among other places). If you dare rest on said mattress, they’ll crawl on you while you’re dreaming. And when you arise, you’ll have lots of little red bumps on your body.
DATE POSTED: May 5, 2020
When you were a kid, your parents might have tucked you in at night with the phrase: “Sleep tight; don’t let the bed bugs bite!” It may have seemed like a silly saying, But this silly saying becomes quite serious when you actually have bed bugs in your home.