Don’t hesitate to get a bed bug treatment.


Don’t hesitate to get a bed bug treatment.

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Signs of Bed Bugs

By feeding on human and animal blood, bed bugs are able to survive. When they aren’t full of blood, adult bed bugs are about the size of an apple seed. They have a brownish hue to them. It’s impossible for them to fly, but they’re quick on their feet when it comes to climbing walls, floors, and even ceilings. Continue reading to learn more about bed bug, or click here to see bed bug treatment options.

Various parts of the house can harbor bed bugs, which can be found almost anywhere. It is common for them to live in small groups, hidden in dark areas. Because their nighttime snacks are located directly above them, they are often found in mattresses. Since they are flat and small, they can easily find a seam and slip into the core of your mattress undetected.

While they can be hard to see, there are some pretty clear signs you can look for when searching for bed bugs:

  • Blood stains on your sheets or pillowcases.
  • Dark or rusty spots of bedbug excrement on sheets and mattresses, bed clothes, and walls.
  • Bedbug fecal spots, egg shells, or shed skins in areas where bedbugs hide.
  • An offensive, musty odor from the bugs’ scent glands.

Potential Causes of Bed Bugs

Bed Bugs are opportunistic hitchhikers. They’re going to need transportation to get into your house. They may appear as a result of a hotel stay, a new piece of furniture, or a ride on the dog or a child…

Bed Bugs can enter your home in a number of ways, and these are some of the most common:

  • Have you recently stayed in a hotel or resort? No matter how clean it was, it could have been your first encounter with bed bugs.
  • Did you recently ride the bus? It only takes a few minutes for a bed bug caravan to find a new, warm home in your suitcase.
  • Have you recently had overnight guests? Guests may unknowingly bring bed bugs into your home. Bugs could be from their home or picked up while traveling. After they leave, wash all their bedding in the hottest water possible.
  • Did your kids go to a sleepover? Your kids may bring bed bugs home from a friend’s house. Knowledge of bed bug identification can help prevent infestation. Examine all returned items, especially the seams.
  • Do you work outside of the house? Bed bugs can come home with you from work. If you know what bed bug bites look like, you can avoid bringing them home. Bed bug bites usually occur in a line or cluster, often accompanied by a rash.
  • Have you gotten any used furniture? Because bed bugs don’t just hide in beds, whenever you pick up or buy used furniture, look closely for black streaks, insect casings, and blood stains. 
  • Have you had any fun outings in public recently? A locker room smell, black feces deposits, insect shells, and blood staining are all signs of bed bugs.

What are the Dangers of Bed Bugs?

When bed bugs bite, they inject a chemical that acts as an anesthetic in the area of the bite. As a result, you won’t feel anything while the bugs are feasting on blood. This explains why you can have multiple, even hundreds, of bedbug bites and not wake up.

Despite the fact that bed bugs do not transmit disease, the chemical that they inject into the body can have an adverse effect on humans. Some people are very allergic to the chemical, and break out in a rash. The rash, and possibly raised welts, may last as long as a few weeks before completely clearing up.

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How to Get Rid of Bed Bugs

The location of the bed bug infestation determines the type of treatment you need.

Sprays are available if the pests are found in specific areas of your home, such as the corners.

Washing all infected apparel on the hottest wash cycle will easily eradicate all bed bugs in clothes.

In some cases, you may have to get rid of belongings because of bedbug infestations. For example, if bedbugs have infested your mattress, you may need to get a new one.

What Treatment Should Be Used for Bed Bug Infestations?

Due to the fact that no two bed bug infestations are the same, we create a custom treatment plan to address the problem at hand. Depending on the severity of your infestation, our Florida bed bug treatment plan may include:

  • Advanced discovery using trained bed bug detection dogs
  • Aerosol and liquid treatments
  • Vacuum and steam treatments
  • Preventative measures to prevent a resurgence

What Bed Bug Treatment plan should I use to prevent them?

By having a successful extermination plan in place, you can prevent bed bugs from reproducing in your home. Finding the right treatment for bedbugs can be stressful.

Some bed bug products cannot be used where others can, so letting an expert come in to treat your home before they arrive is the best way to keep bed bugs from every becoming a problem. Also, bed bugs can build up a resistance to certain products, making them difficult to treat. In order to produce the best results, it is important to use a variety of tactics in order to kill and control bed bugs. 

In order to keep pests at bay, we spray concentrated insecticides both inside and outside our homes. Therefore, it should only be handled by a qualified professional to ensure that it is used properly.

In conclusion, ensuring you have regular treatments scheduled will keep them from ever being able to proliferate in your home.

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