Are You Having Bed Bugs Problems at Your Home?
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Bed bugs can be anywhere in and around the living areas. These insects display pesticide resistance, hence, depending strictly on chemicals is not a good option. Repeated use of pesticides could be tried, which again might not be as effective.Here, professional help is required for fumigation and heat treatments, which are considered to be the most effective methods to get rid of bed bugs.
Professionals know about the hide outs, habits of bed bugs, and can also identify their bites. It is best to hire a professional pest control expert instead of disturbing sleep and wasting money on pesticides.
SOS expertizes in pest control services. With three steps we help eliminate the blood sucking insects and provide you sleep-full nights.
As approached to help get rid of bed bugs, first step would be to inspect the living areas. Our experts take a complete check and also use tools to examine cracks, if required.With years of experience and expertise, we can identify the bed bugs and their bites. While inspecting, we look for the insects, their casted skin, blood spots, and tiny eggs.
Based on the inspection, our experts will specify the severity of the situation, and accordingly choose the best remedy and course of action. Chemicals and the methods used will be completely safe for the residents, causing no harm to them.
Our experts will keep a check after the eradication process is over. This visit will be to ensure complete effectiveness of the treatment used. Prevent measures will also be advised for future.
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Bed bugs are parasites who live on blood of any warm-blooded animal, most prevalent targets being humans.They are commonly found in beds and that is how they get their name, but they can spread anywhere in the living areas.Bed bugs cannot fly or jump as they do not have wings. Their small, oval shaped body and potential to live without food for a long time, enable them to reside and shove anywhere.
Easy hideouts for bed bugs are bags, folds of luggage, and furniture.These insects have two very predictable habits: they do not spend more than 10 mins on their victims, and prefer to stay close to them. Hence, are mostly found under the mattress.
Bed bugs are enticed to the heat,perspiration, and carbon-dioxide released from warm-blooded animals.At normal room temperature, bed bugs can survive for about 3 months without food. This can extend up to a year in colder climates.
Strangely, their reproductive method is termed as ‘traumatic insemination’. Here, the female’s stomach is pierced, injecting sperm into the wound by the male insect. A female, in its lifetime, can lay between 200-500 eggs, slower as compared to other insects.
Bed bugs might not cause serious health issues, but are surely a big problem. The best way to control and avert bed bug infestations is to understand them well.
Bed bugs insert their sharp-elongated sucking mouthpart, or beak into the human skin to suck blood. They inject their saliva to avoid blood clots, and an anesthetic which does not let the host feel the bite. In 10 mins,bed bugs can fill themselves up, which can work for days.
The blood sucking vampires are not easy to locate. And once they capture your house, it is difficult to eliminate them without professional help. However, an attempt can be made.
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