Bed Bug Treatment
Bed bugs are a major issue in Central Texas. Infestations of bed bugs can occur in both commercial and residential settings. As Austin’s leading bed bug control business, we educate our clients on the importance of treating a bed bug infestation correctly the first time because there’s a good possibility they’ll return if treatment isn’t done correctly. For expert bed bug control, avoid DIY remedies and contact Bug Free Pest Control Services!
Effective Bed Bug Treatments are available from us
Bug Free Pest Control Services is pleased to offer Thermal Remediation® from TEMP-AIR to its new and existing clients, which is an exciting new and extremely successful bed bug treatment. Thermal Remediation® kills bed bugs in your home or workplace with temperatures ranging from 120 to 135 degrees Fahrenheit. This is the most effective technique to treat a bed bug infestation while minimising insecticide usage. Contact us today to schedule a free appointment to learn more about this revolutionary new treatment!
What Are Bed Bugs
You could have to deal with bed bugs no matter where you are on the earth. They are one of the most common and difficult to eradicate pests on the planet. Skin rashes, allergic reactions, blisters, itching, and even psychological problems can be caused by these blood-sucking creatures. Bed bugs do not discriminate in who they infect; hygiene is not a factor in contracting bed bugs, contrary to popular assumption. Even if you have the cleanest linens in the world, you may still have these unpleasant pests.
Bed bugs afflict the wealthy and the poor, the clean and the unclean, the young and the aged. They are survivors, requiring just one feeding every five to seven days, allowing them to spend the rest of their time wiggling between mattress cracks and the warmth of your covers. Bed bugs have been known to go an entire year without feeding.
A full-fledged infestation can be started with just one female bed bug. A single female bed bug may produce thousands of offspring in just three months. She might lay eggs in your bed, mattress, bed liner, and pillowcases. When they hatch, they reproduce more bugs, resulting in an even bigger problem.
Beg bugs love rough materials like raw wood, drywall, and cloth to hide in cracks and crevasses. They know how to swarm and how to make themselves scarce in order to protect themselves. Each bed bug has six life stages, each of which requires a blood meal to progress to the next.
Bed bug control can be tough, as many over-the-counter remedies are useless. Exposing the entire infestation to intense heat is the most effective technique to get rid of bed bugs. That’s why Bed Bugs Texas rents out heat treatment packages for your home. They’re secure, sanitary, and efficient. Get in touch with us right now to learn more.
How to Identify Bed Bugs
- Their bodies are flat and oval in appearance, and they are little brownish insects.
- They stand on six legs.
- Short golden tresses
- There are two antennae.
- Young bed bugs can be as small as a pinhead and can even be seen with the naked eye.
- They feed on mammalian blood, including human blood.
- Their name originates from the fact that they prefer to reside between beds and feed on the people that sleep in them at night.
- These bugs are not able to fly, but they can move fast across floors, walls, and ceilings.
- The emergence of little brownish or reddish specks on bed linens and mattresses is the first indicator of a bed bug infestation (droppings and blood spots)
- Heavy infestations might produce an odour that is characterised as “buggy” or sweetish.
- Bed bugs feast on any exposed skin while you’re sleeping (face, neck, shoulders, arms, hands, etc.)
Where do Bed Bugs Hide?
- Wooden trim on mattresses
- Outlets and electrical boxes
- Wallpaper and photo frames are hidden behind them.
How do Bed Bugs Get into a House?
- Because bed bugs can hide in small cracks, they may accompany luggage, clothing, pillows, boxes, and other similar items as they are transferred between apartments, residences, and hotels (as stowaways).
- Pests and their eggs are most likely to be found in used furniture, particularly bed frames and mattresses.
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