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You can Rest Easy knowing that our Bed Bug Experts are on the case. We understand bed bugs are elusive and hard to treat without prior experience and professional methods/pesticides. It is our aim to help you relax again, bed bug free.
Bed bugs have become a significant concern over the past couple of years, and an infestation in your business is surprisingly simple to happen. We provide inspection and extermination solutions to apartment owners, renters, and industrial facilities.
We have a qualified Entomologist on staff that can accurately identify and treat your property for bed bugs. You'll be able to reclaim your residence or business and sleep easy knowing the problem has been taken care of by professionals.
One of our professional service technicians will meticulously apply a chemical remedy to key locations to eliminate bed bugs, eliminating your current infestation and ensuring that no bed bugs find their way back inside your residence or business.
I'm sure everyone has heard about bed bugs, however you may not know what they look like, how they can infect your residence or business, and how to eliminate them!
Well, let's start with what they are and how they can be identified. The scientific name is 'Cimex lectularius' for these pesky bugs. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Department of Agriculture (USDA) view these bloodthirsty bugs as a public health pest. Although they are a public health pest, these aggravating critters are not known to transmit disease, however some individuals have had an allergic reaction.
This does not suggest you can just ignore bed bugs or not take the problem seriously. They can create other public health problems so it is critically important to prevent and control these pests.
There has been a greater bed bug problem in the United States in recent years. Experts attribute the increased problem to more traveling, lack of public education, bed bugs becoming resistant to chemicals and inadequate control methods.
The initial step is knowing what to look for - it is possible to confuse other bugs for bed bugs. So, let's first of all learn how to identify them in order to avoid a prolonged and costly treatment for the wrong bug.
Bed bug eggs are approximately the size of a pinhead, are pearl white in color and have a dark eye spot on them if they are more than 5 days old. Nymphs or young bed bugs are small yellowish white in color and translucent. If they haven't fed recently they can be nearly impossible to see without a magnifying glass. Adult bed bugs range from 3/16 to 1/4 inch long and are brown in color. They have a flat oval shape to them if they have not fed recently. If they have fed recently, they will be a red brown color and be balloon like and much more elongated. When you look more closely you'll be able to see a beak with 3 segments, an antenna, wings that are not used for flying and short hairs that are gold in color.
A smelly, musty odor that is frequently considered to be a musty sweet odor produced from the glands under the bug will also be found.
Bed bugs feed for roughly 10 mins before they return to their hiding place. This is why they can go undetected for days and in some cases weeks.
Bed bugs can go undetected for days and occasionally weeks due to the fact that they only feed for about 10 mins and then return back to their hiding place.
The only way you can truly eliminate the threat of bed bugs from your home in Centennial is to never leave your property again and never allow visitors inside. This undoubtedly isn't a feasible solution unless you plan on turning into a hermit. So actually the best thing you can do is to have a good understanding of what indications bed bugs leave behind. You can quickly get the professional help you want to get rid of bed bugs before it can become a full blown infestation.
An infestation can happen to anyone and on any property. The fastest and most effective way to totally get rid of bed bugs is to get professional help. To learn more about our bed bug inspection and control solutions, call us today - 720-710-2701