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Bed Bugs

The presence of Bed Bugs that use us as their food source can cause long term emotional scars and extreme emotional reactions.  We will take care of your problem fast and affordably. Get personal attention from our locally- owned company.  Contact us today.
Get the bugs out of your bed! How do you get bed bugs?

Get the bugs out of your bed!

"Sleep tight, don't let the bed bugs bite!" All little kids have heard this nighttime reminder. Bed bugs are the most common of ectoparasites. Before World War II, bed bugs were commonly found in many homes. With modern pest control introduced in the 1940s, this insect started to fade away. Recently it has reappeared as a problem in many structures.   Bed bugs feed on your blood while you're in bed sleeping. It is a painless bite, but they can feed for an extended amount of time. A red, itchy bump will appear after the bite. Thankfully these annoying pests don't carry disease, but you still don't want them in your bed.

How do you get bed bugs?

The eggs of a bed bug are deposited in the bed at the frame, in the mattress seams, on the baseboard, in trim, or in other furniture near the bed. These insects can even live several feet from the bed in walls or doorframes. Adults and nymphs live together waiting for night when they can come out and feed. When the amount of bed bugs gets too high, or the person sleeping on the bed leaves, the bugs relocate. They can also be moved from place to place inside of furniture.
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Bed Bugs

The   presence   of   Bed   Bugs   that   use   us   as   their   food source   can   cause   long   term   emotional   scars   and extreme   emotional   reactions.      We   will   take   care   of your problem fast and affordably. Get    personal    attention    from    our    locally-owned company.  Contact us today .
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Get the bugs out of your bed!

"Sleep   tight,   don't   let   the   bed   bugs   bite!"   All   little kids   have   heard   this   nighttime   reminder.   Bed   bugs are    the    most    common    of    ectoparasites.    Before World   War   II,   bed   bugs   were   commonly   found   in many   homes.   With   modern   pest   control   introduced in    the    1940s,    this    insect    started    to    fade    away. Recently   it   has   reappeared   as   a   problem   in   many structures.   Bed   bugs   feed   on   your   blood   while   you're   in   bed sleeping.   It   is   a   painless   bite,   but   they   can   feed   for an   extended   amount   of   time.   A   red,   itchy   bump   will appear    after    the    bite.    Thankfully    these    annoying pests   don't   carry   disease,   but   you   still   don't   want them in your bed.

How do you get bed bugs?

The   eggs   of   a   bed   bug   are   deposited   in   the   bed   at the   frame,   in   the   mattress   seams,   on   the   baseboard, in   trim,   or   in   other   furniture   near   the   bed.   These insects   can   even   live   several   feet   from   the   bed   in walls     or     doorframes.     Adults     and     nymphs     live together   waiting   for   night   when   they   can   come   out and   feed.   When   the   amount   of   bed   bugs   gets   too high,   or   the   person   sleeping   on   the   bed   leaves,   the bugs   relocate.   They   can   also   be   moved   from   place   to place inside of furniture.
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