Bed Bugs are parasitic insects of the Cimicid family that feed exclusively on blood.
Bed Bug Facts
The following facts are extracted from PestWorld.
- They can live anywhere.
- Have been found in all 50 states.
- Bed bugs can live several months without a blood meal.
How Do You Know If You Have Bedbugs? | Look For Bed Bug Bites
The following pamplet outlines what bed bugs look like, why you should worry about them, recognizing them, where they hide, traveling tips, control methods, day-to-day prevention, and more.
Bud bugs can come from outside locations and any other number of places. We can’t guarentee you’ll never see these pests again. They can be treated and eliminated, but like all bugs, may reappear from an external source.
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How Do You Know If You Have Bed Bugs?
It is important to find the source before the infestation spreads.
- The first sign of bed bugs may be a red itchy line of bites on the skin.
- Secondly there may be tiny blood stains on sheets or mattresses.
- Lastly there may be dark spots of insect waste where bedbugs might crawl into hiding places on furniture, walls, and floors.
I Think I Have Bed Bug Bites. How Can I Tell?
These bugs can individually and collectively cause a number of health effects.
- Skin rashes
- Psychological effects
- Allergic symptoms
Why Are Bed Bugs So Hard To Control?
These bugs are hitchhikers, hiding in small cracks, shoes, loose wallpaper, mattresses, and anything else that allows them to hide. They basically hitch a ride with anyone and set up shop anywhere.
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