Bed bugs are parasitic insects and are known for their preference to feed on human blood. They are hidden the whole day and come out during the night and look for your blood. Many people, while still in sleep, confuse with the mosquito bite and this gives these buds a good time to grow in numbers.
Adult bedbugs are 5mm long. Before feeding they are a flattened oval shape and light brown, but become rounder and darker after feeding. They come out at night and are attracted to the warmth of our bodies and carbon dioxide in our breath.
A number of adverse health effects may result from bed bug bites, including skin rashes, psychological effects, and allergic symptoms. Bed bugs are not known to transmit any pathogens as disease vectors. Certain signs and symptoms suggest the presence of bed bugs; finding the adult insects confirms the diagnosis.
Pest Act Pest Control Expert can show you your hidden pests in 1.5 meter area of your bed:
- Bed frames and headboard crevices
- Mattress seams
- Carpets and underlay
- Skirting boards
- Between timber floorboards
- In cracked or broken plaster, behind peeling wallpaper
- Inside electrical sockets and fittings
- Drawers and cupboards
- Bedside cabinets
Bed bugs infestation can spread easily and it’s very difficult to treat especially when an infestation increases in epidemic proportions, as they thrive in any weather and environment. The key to eradicating bed bugs is early detection and quick treatment by an expert pest controller.
Pest Act’s Bed bug Control treatment provides you an effective solution against bed bug infestation because we understand the habits of bed bugs and use their knowledge to choose the correct control methods and materials to develop an effective bed bug management programme. Our spraying and steam treatments are long term solutions against bed bug infestation.
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