Bed Bugs, it’s the stuff we heard when we were little, tucked into bed with “Goodnight, don’t let the bed bugs bite.” But unfortunately, it’s real and not very cute. Bed bugs feed on blood, cause itchy bites and irritation. While bed bugs are considered a public health pest, they are not known to transmit or spread disease.
Some say that you can’t see a bed bug, but this is untrue. You will be able to see the adult bed bugs, the nymphs and eggs. They are indeed small, but are visible to the naked eye. It’s important to understand that bed bugs are attracted to warmth, blood and carbon dioxide. Your home does not have to be dark, dirty or cluttered to attract bed bugs.
If you suspect an infestation, it is best to find it early before the bed bugs spread into other areas. It’s easier to treat a minor bed bug problem, and far less costly than treating the same infestation after it has fully established within your spaces.
Bed Bug Pest Control
If you suspect bed bugs have taken over, there are some places you can look so you can be certain that bed bugs are the culprit.
Check: around the bed including, the box spring, mattress, bed frame and headboard.You can also check inside drawers, around the perimeter of the room where wall meets floor, in the seams of your furniture (chairs, couches, cushions). You can also check on the curtains. Bed bugs are small, so they can hide almost anywhere!