Bed Bug Eradication
What Are Bed Bugs?
Bed bugs are small, flat insects that feed on the blood of people and animals. A bed bug is about the size of an apple seed or smaller.
Due to their size, these wingless, oval-shaped pests can hide almost anywhere in your home or office space and typically come out at night to feed on you while you sleep. If a bed bug bites you while it’s feeding on your blood, it leaves a red, itchy bump behind—that’s why some people call them “bed bugs” because they often bite people in their beds at night! Bedbugs aren’t dangerous but they can cause psychological stress if left untreated for too long (making sure there aren’t any unwanted guests living with us).
Where Do They Hide?
The most common places to find bed bugs are:
- Under furniture, such as dressers and cabinets.
- In pillowcases.
- In the seams of mattresses, box springs and other furniture.
- Behind baseboards.
Bedbugs can also be found in these areas:
How to Know if You Have Bed Bugs
If you wake up with red, itchy bite marks on your skin, you may have bed bugs. Bed bugs are small brown insects that are about the size of an apple seed. You can identify bed bugs by their distinctive smell.
If you find these bugs in your home or apartment, contact your landlord immediately to have them exterminated.
How to Get Rid of Them for Good
- Heat treatment: This is the preferred method for dealing with bed bugs. The process involves using a heat gun or steamer to get rid of them—but it’s not as straightforward as it sounds. First, you’ll need to seal any cracks or crevices in the home (where they hide) and then surround the area with a tent made out of plastic sheeting that will protect it from water damage if you use a steamer. Then you’ll kill off any remaining bugs by raising the temperature inside your home to 122 degrees Fahrenheit for at least four hours at night while everyone is sleeping.
- Chemical treatment: If you want to avoid having your house filled with toxic chemicals, there are natural agents like diatomaceous earth and baking soda that can be used instead. These products absorb moisture from insects’ exoskeletons and dehydrate them over time—just make sure they’re kept away from children because they may cause harm if ingested!
- Physical removal: This last option isn’t for everyone—but if all else fails or if putting your entire family through an entire week without electricity seems too much like hard work, then this is probably worth considering (as long as there aren’t any young children around).
How to Prevent a Future Infestation
Don’t bring used furniture into your home. If you have to, be sure to clean the piece thoroughly before bringing it inside.
Never stay at a hotel that has had a bed bug infestation. If you’re in doubt, check with management before staying there.
Be skeptical of bed bugs in a new home. Anyone who tells you their house doesn’t have any is lying or hasn’t been looking very hard for them—the only way not to find bed bugs is if they’ve been eradicated completely and every single piece of furniture has been thrown out, including mattresses and box springs! In other words: don’t believe anyone who says they’re 100% sure there aren’t any bugs in their house; even if they think they’re telling the truth (which they’ll probably do), it’s possible that there are some hiding somewhere undetectable by humans (like inside walls).
Bed bugs are a horrible, disgusting pest that can be hard to get rid of.
Bed bugs are a horrible, disgusting pest that can be hard to get rid of. They feed on our blood when we sleep and lay their eggs in the seams of our furniture or clothing. Bed bugs aren’t easy to remove, but if you have them in your home there are steps you can take to solve this problem as quickly as possible.
The first thing you should do is contact an exterminator that specializes in bed bug treatments and ask them what they would recommend doing with your situation. The second step would be inspecting all areas where bed bugs might hide (furniture, mattresses and box springs) or lay eggs (sheets). Once this has been done thoroughly you can start treating for any signs of an infestation by using products specifically designed for killing these small insects such as insecticides sprayed directly onto mattresses according to label directions
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- USE INDOORS: Spot treat mattress tufts, folds, vent holes, buttons, creases, indentations and seams – do not use on pets.
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- APPLICATION: Spray intended use areas until damp, but do not saturate – inspect the area and apply every two weeks while bed bugs are present.
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