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Even though bed bugs are small, they are a huge hassle and a health risk. Because of this, you’ll want to make sure you contact a pest control service provider at the first sign of bed bugs. The longer you wait, the more you risk a spread of the bed bug infestation. Nationwide Pest Control will help you remove the bed bugs from your property and keep them from coming back.
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If you haven’t heard of bed bugs or aren’t sure what they are, it’s good to learn more about them in order to avoid a bed bug infestation. Bed bugs are parasites that grow over time from an egg to a nymph and finally an adult. They live off of the blood of mammals—with one of their favorite meals being human beings. Adult bed bugs are small and brownish-red in color, while nymphs are more transparent (although they turn red after feeding). Eggs are almost impossible to see because of how small they are.
Once bed bugs infest your home, they spread. While they are often found in your bed, they can also make their way to other pieces of furniture throughout the house. These annoying bugs bite, and they cause welts that are itchy and irritating. Because of how itchy they are, some people end up scratching to the point where the scratches get infected. This makes them a big health risk. Not only can you get an infection from scratching, but they also carry disease-causing pathogens. They are annoying, parasitic, and a health risk. Because of all of these reasons, you’ll want to make sure you get rid of bed bugs as soon as you notice them.
Most often people get bed bugs because of traveling. Visiting hotels and other spaces can lead to you bringing home these annoying pests. You may also get bed bugs from shopping. Bed bugs may be found in clothing (particularly used clothing). You can also get bed bugs from used furniture and beds (of course), so buying used furniture, beds, and box springs should be avoided if possible. Other places bed bugs hide are taxis, hospitals, shopping centers, and airports.
You’ll usually find bed bugs in your bed or in other sleeping areas. They may be found in your box spring, mattress, and/or headboard. Bed bugs don’t just live in your bed though. They can easily make their way around your home—meaning they can get on your furniture and floors. They can even find their way behind your outlets, inside electronics, and behind baseboards!
One of the best things you can do when it comes to bed bugs is to avoid getting them in the first place. Here are some tips for avoiding a bed bug infestation:
Bed bugs can be a nightmare, and removing them fully can be difficult. Because of this, you’ll want to hire a company that specializes in the removal of pests when you notice bed bugs have made their way into your home.
Nationwide Pest Control connects our customers with top pest control specialists in their local area. When you go with Nationwide, you can be sure that you’ll be provided with the best pest control services possible.
For more information about our pest control services, make sure you reach out to Nationwide Pest Control today! We look forward to helping you with your pest problem.
Nationwide Pest Control will treat your pests, mosquitoes, and more-then keep them away for good. If pests come back between treatments so will the Nationwide team, at no additional cost.