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It is simple to relax, realizing that there are our Bed Bug Expert is on the case. Without prior experience and technical knowledge, we know Bed Bugs can be elusive and tough to handle by yourself. It's our objective to help you rest again, bed bug free.
Bed bugs have emerged as an increasingly substantial problem in recent years, and it is remarkably simple to end up with an infestation in your business. For apartment renters, renters, and business centers we offer inspection and extermination services.
Associate Certified Entomologist on staff to accurately identify and properly deal with these menacing bugs to help you reclaim your residence and your ability to sleep at night. Bed Bug Extermination is something we take very seriously.
To exterminate bed bugs, one of our knowledgeable service technicians will meticulously apply a chemical procedure to key spots, eliminating your current infestation & guaranteeing that no bed bugs find their way back into your residence or business.
I'm sure everyone has heard about bed bugs, but you might not know what they look like, how they can infect your residence or company, and how to get rid of them!
Well let's start with what they are and how to identify them. The technical name for these annoying bugs is 'Cimex lectularius'. These blood thirsty bugs are considered a public health pest by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). These pesky critters are a public health pest, they are not known to spread disease yet some individuals have had an allergic reaction.
This does not suggest that you should necessarily disregard bed bugs or otherwise take the problem seriously. They can cause other public health problems, so avoiding and taking care of these bugs is of critical importance.
In the last few years, there has been a larger problem with bed bugs in the USA. Experts attribute increased traveling, lack of public education, bed bugs being resistant to pesticides and inadequate control methods to the increased problem.
The very first step is understanding 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 prevent a prolonged and costly treatment for the wrong bug.
Bed bug eggs are approximately the size of a pinhead. If they are more than 5 days old, they are pearl white in color and have a dark eye spot on them. Nymphs or young bed bugs are tiny, translucent and yellowish white in color. It can be almost impossible to see without a magnifying glass if they have not fed lately. Adult bed bugs range from 3/16 to 1/4 inches in length and are colored brown. If they have not fed lately, they have a flat oval form to them. They will be a reddish brown in color if they have fed recently, and will be balloon-like and even more elongated. You'll be able to see a beak with 3 sections, an antenna, wings that are not used for flight and short hairs that are gold in color when you look more closely.
You may often note a smelly, musty scent that is also considered a musty sweet odor from the glands beneath the bug.
For around 10 mins, bed bugs feed before they go back to their hiding spot. This is why, for days and even weeks, they can go undetected.
Bed bugs can go undetected for days and in some cases weeks due to the fact that they only feed for about 10 mins and then return back to their hiding spot.
The only way you may be able to totally eliminate the threat of bed bugs from your Thornton residence is to never leave your property again and to never allow visitors inside again. Unless your objective is to become a hermit, this most likely isn't a great solution! The next best thing is to have a good understanding of what indicators bed bugs leave behind, this way you can get the professional help that is required to get rid of a bed bug infestation as quickly as possible.
An infestation can happen to anyone and on any kind of property. The fastest and most successful way to completely eradicate bed bugs is to receive professional help. To get more information about our bed bug inspection and control services, call us today - 720-710-2701
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