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Understanding and Combating Bed Bug Infestations

May 27, 2024

Secured Environments Pest and Wildlife Services - Bedbugs

Bed Bugs are visible to the naked eye. From egg to adult you will see them. In the early stages it is difficult to detect because they do not have the telltale coloring you have grown to know. Only after several feedings will they have their brownish coloring. Although they do not spread disease, you will end up covered in itchy red bites.

Bed Bugs are insects that depend on blood for survival, they infest near sleeping areas and inside beds. They are very difficult to eliminate if you have an infestation. Bed bugs love cracks and crevices. If you are looking for them, look in areas you will not think they are. Some areas of concern that we call hot spots are the undersides of bed skirts (bed bugs love them). Or behind your headboard or in between your bed slats or leg supports. You will see tiny insects that are mostly hidden in chairs and mattresses. They bite and suck your blood causing itches on your body. Bed bugs tend to feed on exposed skin like arms and shoulders. The good thing is they do not spread diseases and the bad thing is they are difficult to eradicate. Vigilance is the key to preventing these sneaky pests from turning your bed into their home.

Bed bugs are a nasty and uncomfortable problem and signs and symptoms of an infestation will be hard to detect at first. For more tips on how to figure out if you have bed bugs, call our professional pest services immediately.

For more tips on Pest Control Services for Bed bugs, contact Secured Environments Pest and Wildlife Services.

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