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Don’t Room With Bed Bugs This Fall

August 18th, 2016

Bug Busters USA Back to School Bed Bug Advice for College Students As college students prepare to return to campuses nationwide, many plan to bring secondhand furniture including mattresses, futons, dressers, couches and more. As bags are being packed, and students begin to move in, Bug Busters USA is urging students in the Southeast United…

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Ever think your herbs you use for cooking can get rid of your bugs?

April 7th, 2016

Ever think your herbs you use for cooking can get rid of your bugs? Thinking about gardening this summer, but do not want the variety of bugs attacking your plants? Well there is a solution and it’s not using pesticides it is using kitchen ingredients. Plants have been around for millions of years and have…

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New Fashion Statement

March 30th, 2016

New Fashion Statement Everyone is familiar with spray on bug repellent, but did you know that there are insect repellent clothes? The military has been using insect repellent clothes called Insect Shield since 2002. This apparel boldly goes where no repellent has gone before, with a repellent blended with the actual fabric that lasts as…

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Great Shots from PCT’s Photo Contest

March 14th, 2014

Slideshow: Noteworthy 2013 Photo Contest Entries Included in the February issue is the winning photo and finalist photos from PCT’s annual photo contest. PCT’s additional online coverage includes other noteworthy photos from the 2013 contest. Click HERE to view

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Bed Bug Control & Exterminating in Georgia

January 20th, 2014

Bed bug control 3 Keys to a Successful Heat Treatment: Bring Heat. Electric bed bug heaters are placed within the space; introducing and recirculating heated air with a target temperature not to exceed 135°F. Monitor. Temperatures are monitored in real time from a remote location using wireless sensors to ensure lethal temperatures are reached without…

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Camp Bug Busters Jan 2014!

January 15th, 2014

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Steps that you and your family can take to help prevent a bed bug infestation

January 7th, 2014

Why are bedbugs an issue for hotels, visitors, and homeowners? Bedbugs leave itchy, bloody welts on human skin.  Adult bedbugs can live for a year without eating, making them especially hard to control.  Once inside a hotel or home, bedbugs spread rapidly from room to room – through pipes, in vacuum cleaners, on clothing and…

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People and pests head indoors for the winter

December 18th, 2013

People and pests head indoors for the winter. Editor’s note – Although this article is written for homeowners, this information may help pest control professionals to identify these occasional pests in the home. Fall is a great time to be proactive in pest management and to pest proof homes. See this publication for information on…

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Become a Facebook Fan of Kinsey- The Bed Bug Sniffing Dog

December 9th, 2013

Due to the popularity of Kinsey, our bed bug sniffing dog….We setup a Facebook page that you can become a Fan of. The URL is  Make sure you click through and become a Fan!

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Bedbug Questions and Answers

August 20th, 2013

What do bedbugs look like? They are brown, about a quarter of an inch in diameter, and look like an apple seed or a lentil. Has there really been a resurgence in bedbugs in the U.S. and how do you know? There HAS been an increase in bedbug infestations.  Pest control companies who received 1…

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