Author: Connor P. Wallmark

The down and dirty on bed bugs

Form-of-the-Week: The down and dirty on bed bugs: Bed Bug Addendum and Statement of Pest Control Operator’s Findings — Form 563-2 and 563-3 Bed bugs: a new kind of controlled pest Bed bugs pose a particularly nefarious problem for California residential landlords. Bed bugs easily travel to neighboring units through articles of worn clothing, laundry, furniture or other forms of contact. In multi-family properties, infestations frequently affect areas beyond the control of an individual tenant. Thus, a bed bug infestation can be cataclysmic for a rental property — unless a properly coordinated and timely intervention prevents the contagion from...

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