Hawaii Bed Bugs - Bedbug Extermination in HI

Hawaii bed bugs are reddish-brown, oval-shaped tiny flat bugs that like to hide in the smallest crevices and cracks or edges and folds of bed linen or bed frames. Because they are called bed bugs, though, does not mean that is the only place they are found. Bed bugs have recently been found in furniture and luggage and guests found bed bugs in hotels. The proliferation of these insects causes concern especially because bed bugs in Hawaii were rare even ten years ago, as they were in the rest of the United States. Experts state the increase in bed bug activity in America in recent years is due to travel to and from developing countries, immigration increase, and the banning of DDT and other effective pesticides.

The only species of bed bugs in Hawaii at this time is the Cimex lectularius L--also known as the Common Bed Bug. Their only food is blood from warm-blooded mammals or birds, and their preference is blood from humans. The bugs are mainly nocturnal meaning they move and feed at night, but may feed in the daytime if no hosts are available during the night. Although they feed on human blood, they do not transmit disease to humans other than an itchy rash where they bite.

How a Hawaii Bed Bug Infestation Occurs

Bedbugs in Hawaii live and are carried on any textile such as clothing, furniture and bedding, and are moved from place to place in boxes, suitcases, upholstered furniture, stuffed animals or other items and can ride from home to home or hotel room to home. The cleanest home can suffer infestation if the insects are carried home from vacation on suitcases, for example. Lawsuits have been filed against even the best hotels when guests unknowingly carried bed bugs into their homes. Hotels can easily acquire the bugs from guests from infested homes or other hotels. When planning a trip, a search on the Internet under bed bugs in Hawaii hotels, for instance, will reveal hotels that may have had a recent infestation.

Getting Rid of Bed Bugs in Hawaii

If a home infestation occurs, it is possible, although extremely difficult, to eliminate Hawaii bedbugs, or those found anywhere else. However, the amount of cleaning, scrubbing, and detecting needed, along with deciding which mattresses and furniture must be discarded, is normally too great a job for the average homeowner. To be entirely sure of complete elimination and prevent re-infestation, contact a professional bed bug exterminator at the first sign of bed bugs.

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