Bedbugs don’t carry diseases, but they can give you skin rashes and blisters, and some people have allergic
reactions to their bites. Their bites usually leave behind a welt similar to a mosquito bite and will leave a
trail of 3-5 bites due to their search for a good nerve. Let’s not mention the mental anguish over the thought of
tiny creatures helping themselves to your precious resources during the darkest hours. BedBugs are nocturnal
creatures who generally like to feed at night, typically between the hours of 3-5 AM.
Bedbugs mostly enter your home on clothing, luggage and used furniture, and once inside, they hide in cracks and crevices
near and in your beds and living room furniture. They’ll hide even in your electronics, picture frames and paintings.
Sometimes you can see the proof of their presence by the pen-like dots or smears on your sheets. They lay eggs by the hundreds,
so as with any pest, the sooner you eradicate their presence, the better — though small, these pests can quickly take over
your house and quickly become a nuisance.
Vacuuming can stem the expansion of their little kingdom, but more measures need to be set in place to get rid of bedbugs completely, and we know how to get that done. There’s a lot of information online about bedbug extermination methods, but as pest control experts, we’d love the opportunity to take care of every aspect of your bedbug problem. Our all-in-one, customized quote and extermination process will save you the expense of buying the wrong products, tossing out perfectly good furniture and buy new ones in replace of them.
Our pest control professionals we have access to commercial pesticide products that are not available over-the-counter. These products are significantly more affective and require a license to apply.