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ug nightmares to rest!
What do bed bugs look like?
Adult bed bugs have a flat oval body that is the perfect shape for squeezing into small cracks and crevices found throughout homes and other buildings. While small, adults are visible to the human eye, growing to be about ¼ of an inch in length; bed bugs are reddish brown, becoming a darker red color directly after feeding. Bed bugs are not winged. They cannot fly or jump, but are very strong crawlers.
Are bed bugs dangerous?
Bed bugs are not known to carry or transmit any dangerous diseases. They are mainly considered to be a nuisance pest; however, bed bugs should be eliminated from any home or property quickly because they can multiple fast, feed on you and your family members while you are sleeping, leave behind small welts that if scratched could lead to infection, and can cause loss of sleep.
• Seeing actual bed bugs crawling on walls, wooden furniture, along baseboards, or seams of mattresses and box springs.
Signs of bed bugs
• Finding piles of skin that the bed bugs leave behind as they grow and develop.
• Discovering red dots of blood on your sheets or other bedding that are dropped as the bed bugs feed.
• Finding dark brown stains (feces) that are also left behind on mattresses, box springs, and bedding.
• Smelling a sickly sweet odor inside your home (present when infestations are large).
Why do I have bed bugs?It is important to understand that bed bugs do not discriminate; any person and home can become victim to bed bugs. Bed bugs are picked up anywhere that large groups of people congregate. Public places like hotels, motels, airports, libraries, movie theaters, and shopping centers can all be home to bed bugs. Bed bugs will crawl onto people or their personal belongings and be accidentally brought back into a home where they start invading, feeding, and breeding.
Bed bug treatment CPC uses the latest products and techniques in the battle against these blood-sucking arthropods. While individual circumstances vary from household to household, we may use a combination of techniques that include traditional insecticide treatments and eco-friendly, green alternatives. Typically at least two treatments are needed. This is because bed bugs eggs, which are very small, hard to locate, and may survive treatment, may hatch into tiny bed bug nymphs which are often unaffected by the pesticide residue of the prior treatments. Call (774) 287-0690 to get help NOW!