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You may have heard that bed bug problems are worse in the summertime. This is often true, because there is a tendency for more travel in the summer, which means bed bugs can spread more easily. But unfortunately, bed bugs are not like mosquitoes, in that they are only a problem in the summer. Bed bugs can be a problem all year long, which is why they are such a serious concern in this country. When the weather cools down, bed bug problems don’t go away; they could be popping up inside your home or business no matter what the weather is like outside.
As a part of the NPMA’s National Pest Management Month, April 22-26 has been designated National Bed Bug Awareness Week. It is the perfect time of the year, before the busy spring and summer season, to learn some great tips to control bed bugs and prevent an infestation in your Kansas home or business. Bed bugs have been around for many years and as they continue to spread through homes and businesses, interfering with our everyday life, it is important to educate yourself on ways to avoid bed bug encounters.
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