Knowing where bed bugs can hide in your home and how they got there in the first place is the key to bed bug prevention. Read up on ways to prevent this pesky bug from entering your home and the best methods for treating the infestation. At the signs of a problem, call a professional company who knows the most about preventing and treating bed bugs.

  1. Bed Bug Prevention Tips, Part Two

    In part one of our blog series on bed bug prevention, we talked about a few things that you can do to prevent having bedbugs in your home. From being cautious in hotels on vacation to taking the prope…Read More

  2. Five Signs You Have Bed Bugs

    Are there small brown scales in your bed? Do you think you have bed bugs? Would you know the signs if you had bed bugs? Do you have a strange odor coming from your room? Five signs that you might have…Read More

  3. Bed Bug Prevention for the Summer

    It might not be quite summer yet, but with the warming weather, increased summer travel, and summer parties bringing guests into your home, the risks of bed bugs coming into your home increase. Bed bu…Read More

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    Don’t Invite Bed Bugs on Your Holiday Trip

    The holiday season is full of cheer and happy memories with family and friends surrounding the fireplace or kitchen table. You may be traveling to relative’s homes to stay at their house for a few d…Read More

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    What to Expect: Bed Bug Inspections & Treatment

    The unfortunate has happened. You believe your home is potentially infested with bed bugs. So what do you do? Call the trusted bed bug prevention team in Seattle at Northwest K9 Bed Bug Detectives. Af…Read More

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    Preventing Bed Bugs While Furniture Shopping

    Getting a deal on any furniture is such a joy. Whether you finally bought that couch that just went on sale and you’ve been eyeing for months, or you walked into a rental furniture store during a di…Read More

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    Bed Bugs In the Fall

    One of the great things about the weather getting cooler is the decrease in bugs, both outside and inside. As the weather turns to fall, we know the bugs are going into hibernation, so why do we still…Read More