Unfortunately, unless you take the right safety measures, the bed bugs may move right along with you. If you find that you must move to a new place before your bed bug infestation has been eliminated, the Michigan Department of Community Health (MDCH) fact sheet, How to Move and Leave Bed Bugs Behind includes several things you can do to avoid bringing the pests with you to your new home.
Before you move and as you pack, you should inspect your items for any presence of cockroaches and other pests like bed bugs. As you pack your checked items, remove them from your current apartment. As you pack your checked items, remove them from your current apartment.
The bedbug is one of several blood-eating insects. Unlike mosquitoes, the bites often go unnoticed at the time, becoming evident only days later when welts, rashes, or allergic reactions set in. The bugs can go as long as a year without a meal, so they are not easily eradicated once they find a home in your home.
Unless you take the right precautions, your bed bugs are likely to move with you, causing more trouble in your new living space. However, if you must move to a new home before your bed bug infestation has been eliminated, you can take these
ANSWER: You can avoid taking cockroaches with you when you move by doing some simple things to control them now, and when you get to where you are going. Before you move and as you pack, you should inspect your items for any presence of cockroaches. As you pack your checked items, remove them from your current apartment.
The most common way for bed bugs to be transported is through exchanges in shared spaces like hotels or public transit. By following our 17 bed bug prevention tips, anyone can prevent a bed bug infestation in less than one day. #1 - Cover Power Outlets. Cover your power outlets - bed bugs use power outlets to evade extermination.