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Commercial Bed Bug Services

Bed Bugs Are Bad For Business.

Bed bugs are small, flat nocturnal insects that were a common problem in the US during the 1960s and then appeared to enter into a long period of dormancy. In recent years, bed bugs have enjoyed an alarming resurgence and are becoming a serious pest problem for homes and businesses in DetroitCincinnatiColumbusCleveland and other large and small cities and towns across the country. Bed bugs are infesting:

 

  • Apartment Complexes

 

  • Hospitals & Health Care Facilities
  • Condos & Townhouses
  • Other Commercial Facilities
  • Homes
  • Theaters
  • Hotels
 

Often introduced on luggage, used clothing and furniture as well as on visitors who were recently exposed to a bed bug infestation, bed bugs can be found in a variety of places, including:

  • On bedding
  • Inside mattresses and box springs and along the seams
  • Behind electrical outlets and light switches
  • Between flooring and under carpeting
  • In the cracks, crevices and upholstery of furniture
 

At Rose Pest Solutions, we understand how stressful it can be for property owners who are dealing with bed bug infestations and that is why we offer bed bug treatments in Michigan, Ohio and the entire Rose service area.

Signs Of Bed Bug Activity

Not sure if you have a bed bug problem?  Although they are small parasitic insects, bed bugs can be seen by the naked eye and can be identified by the appearance of small brownish or reddish dots on bedding, mattresses and furniture. These are bed bug droppings and blood spots from their feeding. Heavy infestations may result in an odor described as “buggy” or sweet. Bed bug bites usually produce mild or no reaction in most people but may leave behind red, itchy welts. Bed bugs feed on any bare skin exposed while sleeping (face, neck, shoulders, arms, hands, etc.). While they prefer humans, bed bugs may also feed on your cats, dogs, birds or other warm-blooded pests.  

 

Rose Canine Bed Bug Division

Rose began using dogs to detect bed bugs in 2011 with two trained bed bug sniffing dogs. Since then we’ve added six new dogs and handlers, trained specifically to detect live bed bugs and bed bug eggs. Our eight active canine teams have been trained using the same methodology and regimen as bomb sniffing dogs, drug dogs and termite dogs.

The Handlers are also trained and certified. Each team is required to pass this test annually in order to maintain certification. Many of our dogs are rescued from shelters and all are trained by J&K Canine Academy.

 

Paula and Rosie Rose Cincinnati Canine Bed Bug Team Jayna and Kramer-Cleveland Canine Bed Bug Team Becca and Ranger - Columbus Ohio Canine Bed Bug Team
Paula and Rosie - Cincinnati Canine Bed Bug Team Jayna and Kramer -Cleveland Canine Bed Bug Team Becca and Ranger - Columbus Ohio Canine Bed Bug Team
Angie and Travis - Toledo Ohio Canine Bed Bug Team Monica and Willy - Indiana Canine Bed Bug Team Sam and Vernor - Detroit Michigan Canine Bed Bug Team
Angie and Travis - Toledo Ohio Canine Bed Bug Team Monica and Willy - Indiana Canine Bed Bug Team Sam and Vernor - Detroit Michigan Canine Bed Bug Team
Emzy and Sparky - Kalamazoo Michigan Canine Bed Bug Team Michael and Finn - Lansing Michigan Canine Bed Bug Team  
Emzy and Sparky - Kalamazoo Michigan Canine Bed Bug Team Michael and Finn - Lansing Michigan Canine Bed Bug Team  

 

Contact Rose Today To Schedule Your Commercial Canine Bed Bug Inspection

With an adept sense of smell, bed bug dogs possess the unique ability to detect bed bugs quickly and efficiently, with little disruption to your business.  Ideal for hotel rooms, health care facilities and other commercial establishments, Rose offers our canine bed bug inspection services throughout our coverage area including ColumbusCincinnatiClevelandToledo, Grand Rapids, Lansing and Saginaw.  Contact us today to schedule your commercial canine bed bug inspection!

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