Effects of Weather and Climate on Bed bugs

January 23, 2015 by Doug Moore

Throughout history, the climate range of bed bugs used to be more prominent in the temperate regions or warmer regions.

In the past, records throughout the 11-19th centuries showed that bed bugs used to be a seasonal pest of humans.

In the winters, the bed bugs were unable to stay warm during travel and even in homes.

An increase in bed bug activity came with modern heating systems.

The advances in heating and air have allowed the bed bug to invade dwellings at any time or place throughout the year.

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