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Bed bugs are an indoor pest. They are rarely found outside. Therefore, the climate outdoors is not really a factor for why bed bugs are a big problem in the fall. While other pests are trying to get into your home to get away from the cold, bed bugs are already inside (somewhere). They’re not hanging out on your exterior walls, looking for a hole or crack to exploit. So, why are they a threat in the fall?
There is an abundance of theories as to why some people seem to be a bit more than others and what keeps the frustrating pests away. Are these theories true, or simply old tales passed along? Let’s dive in and see if the mosquitoes really are more attracted to you!
Does drinking beer attract mosquitoes?
Some scientist suggests that drinking beer and other alcoholic beverages may attract mosquitoes. There are a few different theories as to why this may be the case. Some theories are related to the increase in ethanol in your sweat and others believe it relates to body temperature. We can’t say these theories are definitively true or false, however, we recommend making sure to use bug spray with DEET while drinking or even just spending time outdoors to decrease your chances of being a bit. Use this guide to learn more about what mosquito repellents work best.
The German cockroach is one of the most common roaches found in apartment houses, restaurants, and hotels. German cockroaches (eggs included), are “brought in”, usually on man’s belongings, luggage, boxes or packages.
All it takes is bringing in one egg capsule, six months later you have an infestation.
Termites is a highly destructive group of insect pest, causing major structural timber damage to domestic / commercial buildings. Termite’s cause more damage annually to structures than storms, fires, floods, hurricanes or earthquakes and most natural disasters combined. The damages they cause to buildings and structures were estimated to cost US$22 billion worldwide in the year 2000.