Signs your House have Bed Bugs

Knowing signs of a bed bug problem is very important so that you could create a good treatment plan for it. When not recognized, bed bugs would be in your home for a long time and the longer they stay in your home the bigger the task of eliminating these pests. Below are some bed bug symptoms that can identify you should call bed bug control professionals. (more…)

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How To Prevent Bed bugs from Invading Your Home

Bed bugs are insects that are parasitic in nature and originate from a family of insects called Cimdae. Bed bugs primarily feed on human blood and can be the cause of sleepless nights if they happen to invade your home. Bed bugs are tiny, wingless insects that are about ¼ inch in length. The bugs usually feed at night and can leave behind multiple red Dots on the skin that resembles mosquito bites.

These bites cause itching, and it is usually advisable for an individual to see a dermatologist. Bed bugs are remarkably resilient and can stay up to one year without feeding. The source of these bugs can be quite puzzling at times since a residence could be undergoing thorough cleaning on a regular basis, but the presence of bed bugs could still be detected.

The most common sign of bedbug infestation are bite marks is the presence of black dots on bedding which is indicative of bed bug waste. Strategies should be put in place to avoid the infestation of your home with these miniature vampires. The following are some of the measures that can go a long way in preventing bed bugs from invading your home. (more…)

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Bedbug Control and Management

feeding bed bug
feeding bed bug

There are two problems with bedbug infestations. Bedbugs disturb your sleep by biting in the early hours of the morning, and their bite marks can swell and itch. When we go to sleep we emit two signals to the environment. According to bedbugexterminatorhamilton.com, these are infrared waves from the body heat, and carbon dioxide from out breadth. Bed bugs are most active in the early hours of the morning, just before dawn. When they bite, they inject chemicals including an anticoagulant, and also a vasodilator, which allows them to suck out some of your blood as a food source.

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