Bed bugs spread among multi-unit housing, and also by hitching a ride on the person of travelers coming from infested space which can be as small as a single chair in a hotel lobby. The health and legal consequences for owners, managers, operators, guests and residents apartment buildings, multi-family, hospitality, theaters and commercial properties of all stripes are already huge and only getting bigger. The commercial real estate industry’s problem with bed bugs is only growing; some entomologists (that’s “bug scientists” to you and me) alarmingly predict that 50% of US residences will be infested with the persistent critters in a few years.
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