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Bed Bug Killer Websites Launches To Educate Public On Treatment Options For Bedbugs

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Expensive extermination costs drive some homeowners to try at home treatments reports Bed Bug Killer.

San Antonio, TX, United States of America – December 20, 2013 /MarketersMedia/ —

According to pest control industry statistics, bed bug infestations have increased across the United States by over 500% in the past five years. Furthermore, in the last five years, over 90% of pest control firms have reported dealing with bed bugs, as opposed to only 37% a few years prior. With this type of pest control epidemic facing the nation, Joe Stevenson, has announced the creation of his Bed Bug Killer website, put in place to educate the public on the growing problem of bed bugs.

Says Stevenson, “With the problem reaching epidemic proportions, there is a lot of misinformation on the Internet. We wanted the public to have a one-stop place to go for information and local exterminators to get rid of the bed bugs, especially if you tried to get rid of bed bugs naturally and it didn ‘t work. These bedbugs are a serious problem, with bed bug bites confusing many people who notice the bites, but have no idea where they came from. Our site exposes all the information Americans need to know.”

Stevenson goes on to say there are many misconceptions about the little hitchhiker bugs circulating. “Many people think bed bugs are a poor, inner-city problem or it ‘s a reflection on how clean you keep your home, but that couldn ‘t be farther from the truth. Bed bugs simply show up here and there with no regard for class, cleanliness or other factors you might associate with bugs. Travelers are at great risk as they spend time in random motel/hotel rooms and you never know who was there before you, what the laundry situation is like or whether a housekeeper was lazy and didn’t change sheets. Many factors contribute to getting them but it’s primarily a direct contact issue. You get exposed to them by infected furniture or clothes.”

Naturally, says Stevenson, the question on most infected consumers minds is how to get rid of bed bugs. Stevenson is blunt, saying, “The most common methods are heat, chemical or organic spray combinations and specialized treatments from an exterminator in your local area. It may take multiple treatments to clear out a large infestation and prevent them from coming back. On average, it can cost between $1,000 and $4,000 to have an infestation cleared out by an exterminator, but many homeowners prefer to try and get rid of them on their own. “Luckily, though, you needn’t pay a fortune to eradicate these bugs from your home, however, thanks to new evidence which shows that bed bugs are repelled by certain substances.” Stevenson goes on to say his website educates the public on cheap ways to get rid of bed bugs.

About Bed Bug Killer:
The Bed Bug Killer website was created to educate the public on the growing menace of bedbugs. Visitors will find information and research on prevention, history, exterminators located near them and a wealth of links leading to respected authorities around the world. The goal of the site is to help visitors prevent the spread of bedbugs and eliminate them if they do get them, quickly.

For more information about us, please visit

Contact Info:
Name: Joe Stevenson
Phone: 2105683197
Organization: Bed Bug Killer


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