Bed Bug Removal
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Bed bugs removal is becoming harder for do it yourselfers to accomplish. With an increase in travel, both domestically and internationals, bed bug infestations are becoming more widespread. Bed bugs are hitchhikers and have no boundaries.
Nevertheless, the earlier an infestation is detected, the easier and quicker the bed bugs can be removed.
Their initial hiding places are typically in mattresses, box springs, bed frames, sofas, chairs, wallpaper, pictures and headboards where they have easy access to people. Itching and inflammation of the skin are the most common reactions.
Bed bugs easily get into clothing or luggage and are brought home. Even the finest of hotels are not immune.
With our professional inspections, we can detect bed bugs even at the early stages of infestation. In the event these unwelcome guests have been found, treatment options are available such as Bed Bug Heat Treatment or Bed Bug Chemical Treatment.
Once bed bugs have invaded your home, they can be difficult to remove due to their nocturnal habit, small size and resilient nature. Their flattened bodies make it possible for them to fit in tiny spaces.
These tenacious pests are about 3/8″ long and are visible to the naked eye. Amazingly, they are able to go without food for as long as a year. After getting their fill of blood, the females will lay eggs in batches of up to 200 at a time.
A bed bug does not actually live on your skin; it will simply drink a few drops of blood while you are sleeping. You cannot feel its bite, even though it is actually piercing the skin, but bites often cause redness and some swelling. Approximately 50% of bed bug victims do not show any evidence of bites.
Thoroughness is the only real way to ensure bed bug removal. Every corner and crevice needs to be searched. As you might guess, this means that simply getting rid of an infected mattress will not completely solve the problem.
Because their reappearance, researchers have found that the new bed bugs are much more resistant to chemicals that have previously been in use. Insecticides that are often used for roaches and similar insects are ineffective on bed bugs. Bed bug removal, in particular, requires attention from a professional.