Just because birds and your Grandma Millie may have migrated south for the winter doesn’t mean that bed bugs have. Despite popular belief, bed bug infestations can still happen during the winter, and now that we're entering the warmer months, populations will continue to be on the rise.
Bed bugs remain active as long as there’s a food source, i.e. a blood meal. That’s precisely why these bothersome pests are known for nestling inside your furniture, especially beds, waiting for feeding time. So if you’ve been sharing your home with these unwelcome visitors, it’s time to learn how to win back your bed – and your sanity.