Bed Bug Control
By the time that you notice bedbugs in your home, you are already facing a significant infestation that will be challenging to address. These bugs like to make nests near their host so that they can have easy access to food, but you might not even know that they are nearby. If you are like most people, you are probably wondering what steps you should take so that you can eliminate the insects and keep your home secure.
Bedbugs are difficult to manage, and it's important you take action right away if you don't want the pests to multiply even more. The good news is that you can get your unwanted guests out of your home if you know what to do and if you follow the right process.
Once they are in your house, bedbugs will find a nest and start laying eggs without wasting much time, but they will come out to feed every seven days. When they are searching for a meal, bedbugs use their host's body heat to locate the target, and it won’t take them long to find you. Preventing a bedbug infestation is much easier than trying to clean up the mess after they have made their way into your home. Although some pests are attracted to certain environmental conditions, bedbugs simply want a host on which to feed.
The most common way for them to get into your house is by getting on your clothes when you enter a building that is already infested. To prevent an infestation in your home, always check for signs of bedbug activity when you stay at a hotel. You can look for them in the corners of the mattress and under the sheets, but they will likely run when you spot them.
Signs of an Infestation
When you have a bedbug problem, you will likely start noticing bite marks on your arms and legs that appear every week or two. But it's important to remember that each person will react differently to bedbug bites, and some people won't get any marks. When the marks appear, they will usually be in groups of three, and people often confuse them with spider bites. As time goes on, you will notice that the number of bite marks will start to increase as the bedbugs begin to multiply.
If you think that your home is infested, contact us right away for a no charge inspection and quote. The sooner you treat a bedbug infestation, the better. Bedbugs will continue to breed and infest your home, they will not be eliminated by simply throwing away a bed or infested furniture. Due to their small size, they can hide and live in very small spaces not always visible to the naked eye.
Service First Termite & Pest
When you don't want to take any chances, contact Service First Termite & Pest, and they will send an experienced technician to help you. They will inspect your home for signs of bedbug activity and advise on a treatment plan that will eliminate the bedbugs and their eggs, so you can rest peacefully again.