Every night, you climb into your warm, comfy bed and drift off to dreamland. Hopefully, you wake up each following morning rested, refreshed and ready to face a new day. Then, you notice a couple odd developments taking shape. Mornings come with mysterious welts scattered across your skin. Strange little red and rust-colored stains mar your recently washed sheets. Where are all these new issues coming from? In all likelihood, you’ve got a bed bug infestation.
No matter how clean your home is, bed bugs could easily take up residence with you. They’re not seeking dirt or food crumbs; human blood is what draws them. You may have picked up a few during a recent vacation or business trip, or a couple might’ve made their way into the seams of your jeans last time you went out for dinner and a movie. You may never truly know how they found their way to your home, but a Bed Bugs Exterminator is the only surefire way to get rid of them.
As mentioned, bed bugs feast on blood, and they instinctively know the best place and time for a meal is in your bed at night while you’re sleeping. Those red, itchy welts are caused by their needle-like beaks piercing your flesh. The tiny blood stains on your sheets, of course, stem from those bites. What about the accompanying rusty stains? Those are the by products of bed bugs digesting your blood.
A sole female member of this species is capable of laying hundreds of eggs in the crevices of your mattress and box springs during her lifetime. Once hatched, nymphs reach adulthood in as little as a month, producing three or more generations in a single year. Though they like to live in your bed, they don’t mind spreading to carpet, stuffed animals, sofas, chairs and other soft home furnishings with seams where they can hide.
Scrubbing your mattress seams with a stiff brush and vacuuming away the results may help, but you can’t very well go over your entire home with a brush. A Bed Bugs Exterminator offers effective products and techniques designed to eliminate them and proven safe for homes and bedding. Call Bowman Termite & Pest Management LLC, so you can have a good night, sleep tight and be sure the bed bugs won’t bite. You can connect with them on Facebook for more updates!Add to favorites