Bed Bug Free LIfe
We specialize in bed bug control and prevention. We understand their movements, life cycles, and habits to ensure quick and thorough extermination. In addition, we offer special prevention training to every customer to protect against any future infestations
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Most Common Questions about Bed Bugs.
How do you know if you have bed bugs?
There are a few definitive signs that you can look for to determine if they are present in your home. Look for small, brown stains on your pillowcases, bedding and mattresses. There can also be dark spots, as well as live bugs, along mattress seams, behind baseboards, underneath carpets and in the frames of beds or headboards to name a few areas. Their eggs will also be present. They are white, about 1mm in size, and can be found in dark crevices near feeding areas; namely mattresses and couches.
How do you get bed bugs in your home?
Simply put, they are natures best hitchhikers. They don’t really latch on to people, just their personal belongings. The most popular places where one might accidentally pick one up would be; libraries, hotels, the office, hospitals, second hand clothing and furniture, and other infested homes.
Where do bed bugs live in your house?
They prefer to be about 3 to 6 feet away from their feeding area, but they are certainly not limited to this area. Some of their most popular places to hide are in mattresses and boxsprings, coaches and chairs, frames of beds and headboards, behind baseboards and picture frames, under carpet edges, in loose wallpaper, and in drawer joints.
What does a bed beg look like?
Their bodies are oval shaped, thin as a credit card, and have short golden body hair. Additionally, they have six legs, two antennae and cannot fly. An exact picture of one can be found on our home page in the bed bug section.
How do you get rid of bed bugs?
Call us! Unfortunately, due to their resilience and ever increasing resistance to common insecticides, it is nearly impossible to eradicate an infestation on your own.