05 Apr
According to the 2015 Bugs Without Borders survey, conducted by NPMA and the University of Kentucky, apartments and condominiums are the most common places that bedbugs can lurk. Low-income apartments, in particular, are especially hard hit - according to new research from Rutgers University; of the nearly 2,400 apartments evaluated for the study, more than one in 10 were found to have bedbugs. What's even more daunting - half of the residents suffering from infestations were unaware of it. While landlords and property... Read More