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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.
For the past few years much of the media’s coverage of bed bugs has been surrounding infestations in hotel rooms. But in reality, bed bugs have moved far beyond hotels in Kansas and surrounding areas. It is not uncommon to find bed bugs in your everyday life since these blood sucking pests have become so deeply embedded in cities across the country and right here in our own backyard. Although they do not transmit disease to humans, bed bugs are still a major nuisance and a hard pest to get rid of.
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