Just the mention of bed bugs is enough to make your skin crawl. Nobody wants to share their bed, home, or any space with these tiny pests. Yet most people know little about bed bugs, let alone what to do about an infestation or how to avoid one.
Once an issue from the past, bed bugs have returned with a vengeance, seemingly striking at random. Hotels, hospitals, dormitories, and homes have all fallen prey to these pests. Pest Control Unlimited LLC wants to help you eliminate an infestation with our bed bug inspection and extermination programs so you can start living again.
It can be difficult to spot bed bugs, considering they only measure about 4 to 5 mm in length. That’s about the size of an apple seed! An oval body, no wings, and flat appearance are characteristics of these insects. They might be black or can have a reddish appearance after they eat.
Bedbugs want your blood, their sole source of nutrition. They can be patient about getting your blood, considering in the right conditions these pests have been known to survive for up to a year without eating. After the host, which is you, falls asleep, bed bugs become active and start feeding.
You probably won’t find bed bugs out in the open. They like to hide in areas like mattress seams, the folds of sheets, under furniture cushions, under baseboards, behind picture frames, or even behind electrical outlet plates.
You might be wondering if you actually have a bed bug infestation. While a Pest Control Unlimited LLC technician would be happy to assess your property and determine that, you can also look for these signs:
Getting rid of a bed bug infestation can be difficult. These pests like to hide anywhere they can and are difficult to track down. Fortunately, Pest Control Unlimited LLC has the expertise to not only track down these creatures but also to kill them completely, eliminating the problem once and for all. Our technicians are professional in all they do, so you’ll be happy with the bed bug pest control entire experience.
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Note to Client
Unfortunately there is not a solution to solve all pests that enter your home at once. With a proper quarterly maintenance and inspection program along with some new cultural practices we can minimize the amount of pests you will see. We strive to stay ahead of the pests you may see by attending state certified classes. These classes help us to learn new techniques and pests that are being encountered.
Your home is an ever changing environment. Because of this, what may not be a problem one day could be the next. Whether you bring back an unexpected pest on your next vacation or something is shipped in a box to your home. We are just a phone call away to resolve the problem before it worsens. If for any reason you are not satisfied with our services we will work with you until you are.