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These tiny pests were thought to be a thing of the past but sadly we were wrong.

Bed Bugs are suddenly reoccurring, and most believe the cause is people bring them over from other countries. They have also returned more resistant to chemical treatment so it’s harder to get rid of them. In an infested house many bed bugs would be found hiding in mattresses, hence the name, but they can also be found in other places like chairs and sofas. They reproduce very quickly and in large numbers. They also feed on human blood by piercing through our skin.

Now the good news is that only about 50% of victims experience any side effects from bites. And bed bugs are not known to transmit disease to people… but still, who wants a blood sucking insect as a roommate.

That’s why KenMore is here to help!

So if you see any signs of infestation like:

  • Dropping/ Faeces

  • Sightings of the bug

  • Case Skins

  • Bites

Be sure to CONTACT US as soon as possible.


  • Remove all clutter from your home, which makes finding bed bugs easier.

  • Wash and dry your bed linens on the hottest temperature permitted.

  • Closely inspect any second-hand furniture before bringing it in your home.

  • Inspect your home after moving, trips, service calls or overnight guests.

  • Vacuum your house regularly, and thoroughly, paying particular attention to headboards, bed frames and surrounding floor areas.