Unfortunately, they're turning up in many surprising places, such as fancy hotels, hospitals, college residence flails, offices, laboratories, airports, and maybe even your home. Why? Many experts consider globalization a major culprit. People and goods are traveling more widely and in greater numbers than ever before, plus most people do not think of bed bugs nor have any idea what they look like. Bed bugs are small,easily overlooked, often nocturnal,and can live for months without eating, making them perfect stowaways in luggage, backpacks, and shipping crates.Adult bed bugs are around 1/4 inch long and reddish brown in color, while immature stages (nymphs) begin at 1/32 inch after hatching from the egg. Young nymphs are flattened and more or less white to translucent, later straw-colored, but after feeding will be plump and red.They will feed and grow over a period of a few months or longer through 5 in star stages. Each in star stage requires at least one blood meal to mature and grow. Fully fed adults are reddish brown and somewhat football shaped. Adult bed bugs feed to gain nutrition, to produce eggs and sperm, and ultimately to reproduce. Eggs are sticky and deposited in furniture, wall and floor cracks and crevices, and any other places where bugs hide.
So what should you do about a bed bug infestation?
First, relax. For most people, bed bugs are more of a nuisance than a medical threat. Although they feed exclusively on blood, bed bugs are not known to transmit any diseases to humans, but often wil produce welts and extreme itching.They may be horrifying to some, but they pose less risk to us than do mosquitoes and ticks. The best strategy to deal with bed bugs is integrated pest management, a system that combines a variety of practical techniques and products that pose the lowest risk to our health and to the environment.
I found bed bugs. Now what?
First and foremost, there is no getting around it: if you want to get rid of bed bugs, you need to clean and get rid of the clutter, especially in your bedroom. The bugs are not the result of clutter and dirt, but clutter gives them many places in which to hide and escape detection. Bed bugs are not restricted to beds, but infest all types of furniture, moldings, wall voids, w/w carpeting tack strips, and even electronics, including clocks, radios, computers arid printers. Remove things they could hide behind or underneath,such as wall hangings (pictures, posters), and area rugs and bag securely. Clothing should be washed (hot cycle) and placed in dryer on medium to hot or, if already clean, at least placed in the dryer for 1 hour. Heat-dried clothing must be retained in plastic bags or special (covered) plastic bins and not placed back into dresser drawers until after the second treatment. There is no single tool or activity that, if used alone, will eliminate bed bugs, including pesticides. Multiple techniques are required because bed bugs are small,good at hiding, and can live for long periods of time without feeding. With your cooperation, however, bed bugs can be eliminated.
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Don't let the bedbugs bite. Seriously. What once was a funny rhyme offered by parents at bed time has become an endemic problem.
Bedbugs are difficult to both detect and control. It's not a single treatment problem and requires extensive labor by highly trained professionals.
Bed bugs are a major problem of today's daily life threatening our societies. They could be brought in to our structures through used mattresses, furniture and luggage. Family, friends, workplace, Travel, places of social gatherings and transportation could play a role in their migration. They need tiny cracks to hide and blood meal to survive. We're their primary hosts and they pretty much can't live without us.
Our treatments to get rid of bed bugs are very thorough and extensive. We use Pyrethrums, pyrethroids and insect growth regulators (IGRs) to get rid of them. We treat bed frames, mattresses, box springs, furniture, floors and all other places where they are found hiding. Inspection would play a major part in the elimination of bed bugs. Once we find their harborages they're gone for good. Unless their is new introduction of bed bugs you will not see same bugs again. We make sure your problem is permanently solved and satisfaction guaranteed.
Our service professionals are trained in the detection and elimination of this insidious pest. It takes time, effort and training, and we're ready and willing to invest all three.
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