One of the key signs of bed bugs are bed bugs bite, however their presence doesn’t necessarily mean that you have an infestation. Bed bugs tend to bite in semi-linear clusters. With a tendency to bite 3 times in a row it may be clear indication your bites are from bed bugs.
If you can’t find any signs of bedbugs but still confident that there is something biting you then call us today, and remember!
The most efficient way to find out if you have bed bugs is to give us a call at Pestworks to arrange an inspection. We’ll check and see if we can find any evidence of bed bug presence, and schedule a treatment if necessary.
When it comes to removing bed bugs there are only two options available. Either you try do it yourself or you engage the services of an expert. The over supply of DIY information online often is confusing and it doesn’t place any emphasis on the fact that bed bug control is not an easy task.
Mismanagement of an infestation can easily result in bed bugs spreading, making it more difficult to eradicate in the long term.
The best way to prevent bed bugs is to be aware of them, especially when you are travelling. It is very easy to bring them back home hidden within the luggage and clothing. When staying in hotels you should always make sure that the establishment you are staying at is free of bed bugs. It may be also prudent to have good look under the bed sheets. If you have any unexplained bites, bring it up with the staff and have them assess the room as well.
If you think you may have been exposed to bed bugs, place all of your clothes in a plastic bag. Inspect your suitcase flaps for bed bugs. When you get home, place those clothes in the dryer and dry on high for 30 minutes. Bed bugs die in high heat.
Unfortunately, most people do not know they brought home a bed bug until it is too late.