Bed Bugs

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Bedbugs lurk in cracks and crevices and they’ve been living on human blood for centuries.

Though they aren’t known to transmit disease or pose any serious medical risk, the parasites can leave itchy and unsightly bites.

However, bedbugs don’t always leave marks. The best way to tell if you have a bedbug infestation is to see the live, apple-seed-size critters for yourself.

Unfortunately, once bedbugs take up residence in homes and businesses, they can be difficult to exterminate without professional help.

Problems Caused by Bed Bugs

Allergic Reaction:
Some people have mild to extreme reactions to getting bitten by bed bugs.

Infection:
It is incredibly rare for a bite from a bed bug to lead to an infection. However, it has been known to happen.

Insomnia:
Bed bugs are nocturnal, which is why they generally wait until you are asleep in your bed before pouncing. You may wake up in the middle of the night to scratch the affected areas.

This leads to a lack of sleep, which has been linked to a variety of health issues, including depression, irritability, loss of appetite, anxiety, difficulty focusing and psychosis in extreme cases.

Treatment of Bed Bugs

We implement Integrated pest management ( IPM ) in order to deal with current pest control problem and to future proof against further problems.

We look at helping clients improve proofing and prevention of future infestations.
We use Insecticides,Residual spray and Heat treatments.

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