FAQ - Bed Bug Control
Bedbugs are tiny, wingless, oval, brownish, parasitic insects from the genus Cimex that feed on human blood, usually at night. Their bites can result in a number of health impacts including skin rashes psychological effects, and allergic symptoms.
Bed bugs are often found in close proximity to beds. Adult bed bugs, nymphs and eggs will generally be found near to where humans rest or sleep. They hide during the day in places such as seams in mattresses, bed frames, bedding, furniture, carpets, baseboards and bedroom clutter.
Bed bugs are not known to spread disease. Bed bugs can be an annoyance because their presence may cause itching and loss of sleep. Sometimes the itching can lead to excessive scratching that can sometimes increase the chance of a secondary skin infection.
A bed bug bite affects each person differently. Bed bugs are not considered to be dangerous; however, an allergic reaction to several bites may need medical attention. It’s important to be aware of the health problems and risks a bed bug infestation can pose for you and your family.
Bedbugs leave itchy, bloody welts on human skin. Adult bed bugs can live for several months without eating, making them especially hard to control. Once inside a hotel or home, bed bugs spread rapidly from room to room – through pipes, in vacuum cleaners, on clothing and luggage. In a hotel, bed bugs can even spread to neighbouring rooms.
A bed bug infestation can be picked up anywhere, from luxury hotels to the office chair you sit in every day. They are nocturnal insects and are incredibly adept at hiding; Bedbugs are pests that can live anywhere & survive for up to a year without feeding, so they may persist even in unoccupied rooms. There is no need to take the news of bed bugs personally; the important thing is to take the proper steps to eliminate the invasive population from your home.
Bedbug infestation will require bedbug control treatment by a pest control expert or exterminator.
There are ways to treat bed bug bites, including over-the-counter solutions. Typically, no treatment is required for bedbug bites. If itching is severe, steroid creams or to the bites occurs, topical steroid creams or oral antihistamines may be used for symptom relief. For specific details on how to treat a bed bug bite, ask your doctor or pharmacist.
We offer bed bug control solutions, which are fast, effective and non-toxic. A pesto man technician performs an extensive inspection of your home, including beds, furniture and linens. Bedbug infestation will require bedbug control treatment by a pest control expert or exterminator. We remove visible bed bugs and treat the area to eliminate any hidden bed bugs and their eggs.
If you think you might have bed bugs and need a bed bug treatment, call pestoman today and schedule a FREE Bed Bug Inspection.