Bed Bug Awareness Week Recognized April 20-26

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New Berlin, WI (PRWEB) April 17, 2014

As part of the celebration of National Pest Management Month, Bed Bug Awareness Week takes place from April 20-26. An observance by the National Pest Management Association (NPMA) recognized by Chases Calendar of Events, Bed Bug Awareness Week promotes public awareness about bed bugs. Batzner Bed Bug Services is proud to join in this important industry effort and encourages people to brush up on bed bug prevention tips to curb infestations, especially ahead of the summer travel season.

One of the best things we can do as an industry is educate the public about bed bugs and their habits so they can take preventative steps to avoid them, said Randy Rupert, Bed Bug Team Lead at Batzner Bed Bug Services. There are so many misconceptions about bed bugs from how an infestation starts to how to handle one that we feel need to be corrected.

Batzner Bed Bug Services offers the following tips to help avoid bed bugs during the upcoming summer:

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About Batzner:

Batzner Services is comprised of Batzner Pest Management, Batzner Bed Bug Services and Batzner Skilled Contractors. Family-owned and operated, Batzner has served Wisconsin and Illinois since 1946, specializing in commercial and residential pest management, bed bug and skilled contractor services. The Batzner family is dedicated to providing legendary customer service and public service education to the community. The Company is headquartered in New Berlin, Wisconsin.

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