Top Seven Bed Bug Business Don'ts

March 2013
Pest Management Professional;Mar2013, Vol. 81 Issue 3, pBB10
Trade Publication
The article discusses the top seven practices which should not be done in the bed bug extermination business including underestimating the price, using extermination methods such as foggers, fumigation, and bombs on their own, and bringing the work home.


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