Skip to content

Write a Review

Waco Bed Bug Control

Popular Hotel Gets Sued Over Their Bedbug Problem

The famed Bonaventure Hotel is being sued by a person who claims to have come into contact with bedbugs while staying at the hotel. The alleged bedbug victim has filed a lawsuit against the hotel. The lawsuit claims that the victim suffered damages from the bedbug attack that include battery, negligence, negligent infliction of emotional…

Read More

How Long Have Bed Bugs Been A Problem?

Bed bugs originated in the tropics and have been annoying people for a very long time. They were first documented during the first century, and they are noted for their ability to hitchhike on people’s clothes or other sources of fabric. Bed bugs have likely been a problem for humans since day one, but there…

Read More

The Swiss Army Versus Bed Bugs

You don’t hear about the Swiss Army too often. I’ll be honest. I wasn’t entirely sure the Swiss even had an army. It turns out that they do, though, and they’re currently fighting the battle to end all battles. While the Swiss tend to stay neutral in most wars, this is one in which they…

Read More

Bed Bugs | Waco Bed Bug Control

Bed Bugs Bed bugs have been around for a long time so it’s no news that they drive people crazy! According to a recent study, Pest Control Technology found that 60% of travelers who see bed bugs will switch hotels or demand a refund. The survey also found that business travelers were more tolerant because…

Read More

Bed Bugs Are Back! 10 Tips To Protect Yourself

Bed Bugs Are Back! 10 Tips To Protect Yourself A gruesome thing about bed bugs is that you won’t know they’re there unless, usually, it’s too late. A responsible homeowner would usually call a pest control professional for precautionary measures, as these experts can help you guard against common invaders, and not just bed bugs.…

Read More

When Bed Bugs Bite… | Waco bed Bug Control

When Bed Bugs Bite… Bed bugs are one of the most feared pests, and for good reason. They multiply very quickly and feed off of the blood of humans. While they do not transmit disease, according to Infested, a new book by Brooke Borel, they are not harmless. She writes that proteins in their saliva…

Read More
Scroll To Top