Clint Miller Bed Bug Control
  • Feb 12, 2021


The worst thing that can happen is that you wake up in the morning itching like crazy. The first thing you think of is probably what your problem is, unless you know for sure you ran into a patch of chiggers outside – bedbugs. Your mother always said, “Good night, don’t let the bed bugs bite!” How could this happen?

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Clint Miller Bed Bug Control
  • Jan 29, 2021


A bed bug infestation is an issue no homeowner, business owner, or property manager wants to be faced with. The bloodsucking pests are not only problematic and pose health issues to those who may be allergic to their itchy bites, they are extremely difficult to get rid of.once they've invaded your property. 

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Clint Miller Exterminating Bed Bugs
  • Apr 24, 2019

Bed bugs; you can't live with them and you want to do everything possible to ensure you live without them. The elusive and tiny blood-sucking bug is a menace across the globe. They love to travel from place to place and set up residence wherever a free buffet is being served, which means you, your family, and your friends. Bed bugs invade the rich and famous, five-star hotels, and luxury cruise ships the same as they do homes, condos, and apartments. When bed bugs are present, you need a plan of action. 

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  • Feb 27, 2018

If you're red and itchy for no known reason, you may have bedbugs. These tiny, oval-shaped insects move from one place to another via humans, since they don't have wings. Their favorite dish is blood from humans and animals and are most active during the night hours. The health effects of bed bug bites and the long term side effects of bed bug bites may be worse for some people and minor for others. But no matter how bedbugs affect you, you should look for bed bug disease symptoms. If you find symptoms, you should contact your doctor.

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  • Feb 13, 2018

The harmful effects of bed bugs go past just being bitten. While bed bugs won't do any major harm to you unless you're allergic, trying to treat them on your own may cause problems. Additionally, if you don't get rid of the bed bugs, their bites could cause long-term health problems, some of which are secondary to the bites themselves.

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  • Jan 26, 2017

Bed bugs are back. "Since 2000, bed bug infestations have risen 81 percent, according to The National Pest Management Association." This resurgence has consumers nationwide on high alert, seeking information on the pests and how they can protect themselves

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  • Jun 6, 2016

Early detection of a bed bug infestation in your home could be the difference between a minor inconvenience and costly treatments if the infestation is allowed to spread and become established.

However, early detection can be difficult. 

Bed bugs are difficult to find and resemble many other common insects.

Where to look: Carefully examine areas where you suspect a bed bug infestation.  It is especially important to inspect fitted sheets, the seams and corners of the mattress and box springs, as well as the bed frame.  In a heavier infestation, bed bugs can be found in the seams of chairs and couches, under loose wall paper, at wall junctions, and in carpet seams.

What to look for: Look for live bed bugs, eggs (tiny and pale yellow), or rust-colored stains caused by crushed bed bugs. You can also use an interception device to detect low-level bed bug infestations. These devices can be placed under the legs of beds and couches and trap bed bugs as they instinctively move around your home. Another tool you can use is mattress and box spring encasements, as these have been expressly designed and tested for bed bugs. As an added bonus, mattress and box spring encasements will also prevent future infestations of your mattress and box spring.

If You Find Bed Bugs in Your Home: Contact us at Clint Miller Exterminating right away to find out your treatment options. And while you wait for our experienced technician to arrive at your home, dry all your bed linens on high heat, remove everything from your hallway and bedroom closets, empty dresser drawers and nightstands, and vacuum floors, furniture, box springs, and mattresses. Doing this will make sure our technician is able to reach and treat all affected areas, so we can make sure that treatment is successful

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  • Feb 25, 2015

Bed bugs.  

These two words can make people incredibly uneasy.  

Bugs are creepy enough, but the thought of them lurking in our safe, warm bed is just too much.  The fact is, they are real and need to be addressed.  We wanted to give you some important tips to find out if you are a victim of bed bugs.  However, the best way to determine if you do have bed bugs is to call on our trained professionals.

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  • Feb 12, 2015

Bed Bug Facts and Prevention Tips from Professional Pest Management Alliance

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  • Jun 30, 2014

Good night, sleep tight, don’t let the bed bugs bite!

Despite the sweet and catchy moniker your mom used to recite before tucking you in at night, once you have bed bugs, the consequences can be catastrophic. Extermination can be expensive and inconvenient, bed bugs can be very difficult to actually get rid of, and the emotional and psychological toll that bedbugs can take on you can be detrimental to your sleep habits for years to come. Avoid the negatives by taking the necessary precautions to protect your family from bed bugs.

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