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Identifying Bed Bugs

Maybe your family stayed in a hotel and wound up with suspicious itchy marks on their arms. Or you noticed your mattress seemed unusually dirty last time you changed the sheets. Maybe you found some red/brown spotting on your sheets. Perhaps you found some kind of tiny bug in your bedroom and aren’t sure what it is.

You’ve heard news lately of a bed bug resurgence. So chances are that if you’ve seen possible signs of bed bugs, you are a little suspicious. The next thing you probably want to know is: what do bed bugs look like?

What Do Bed Bugs Look Like?

Bed bugs usually find dark places to hide. If you can’t seem to find one and inspect it directly, you’ll have to rely more on other signs of bed bugs. But if you do manage to catch hold of something you think is a bed bug, here is what you need to know.

  • Bed bugs are flat, oval-shaped and very small in size.
  • Bed bug hatchlings have been compared in size to poppy seeds.
  • Adults can grow to 1/4 of an inch long.
  • Bed bugs have 6 slender legs along with medium-long antennae at the top of their head.
  • Bed bugs do not have any wings.

In recent years there has been a tremendous increase in the number of bed bug infestations reported. Research suggests that this new influx of bed bugs is in large part due to the increase of international travel and immigration. Many countries around the globe are reporting higher levels of bed bug infestation. It would appear that these insects have hitched a ride back with visitors and citizens of the United States where they have found comfort in hotels, apartments, dormitories and yes, even your home. This is not by the way, an indication of being unclean; bed bugs are equal opportunity pests.

Okay, we have determined that the bed bugs are here and that we need to deal with them. As with any foe, the first step is to educate ourselves about our enemy. The more you know about bed bugs, the better the chance of being able to take back your home. As a starting point, here is the bed bug life cycle.

Adult Bedbug bedbug at actual size, and magnified for a closer look

OK…Are You Ready Soldier?

How Do You Get Rid Bed Bugs?

The answer to this can be quite simple. To rid your house of bed bugs you need to have determination because you will need to be patient. It can also be quite costly to clean the house of these bed bugs. The best way to rid yourself of bed bugs is definitely to go out and hire professional help from a pest control company. Extermination companies will get rid not only of bed bugs but also their eggs and other house transients, other insects and pests. Because it can be quite expensive, pest control professionals will have invested in expensive equipment. Extermination is now very sophisticated and you may be amazed at the level of technology used.

Understanding The Technical Aspects Of Bed Bug Extermination

To be effective, pest control professionals will use an array of chemicals. These come in the form of insecticides or pesticides.

Because these chemicals are so harsh and if miss-used can be deadly, it is strongly advised you leave the handling of them to professionals. Pest control experts will know what they need to do since they will have been doing so for a long time. Trust them and then let them get on to do their job. Step aside and only return to your home once they tell you it is safe to do so.

They will also brief you as to how to deal with furnishings and furniture which might contain residues from the pesticides. Listen carefully to any instructions otherwise you will run the risk of poisoning yourself.

Bed Bugs Control Treatments MN

It can happen to anyone!

Eliminating bed bugs can be expensive and requires a pest control strategy known as an Integrated Pest Management Plan. A treatment can take weeks to several months. Several treatments may be necessary for complete success.

For Bed Bug Removal Guarantee, call a bed bug experienced Pest Management Professional IMMEDIATELY to exterminate all the pests, ensuring they will not return! Do not try and treat this problem yourself.

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