Let's face it: There's nothing pretty about the bed bugs. They are unwelcomed intruders in mattresses, bedding, and furniture all over the country.
Getting rid of bed bugs can be tricky and treatment for these creatures is usually best left to expert services for pest control.
If you think you have this bug in your home, here are some things to look for and the actions you can take to help get rid of them.
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It is common for a person to have physical symptoms of bed bugs without ever actually saw the bugs. Unfortunately, only had a bite on the skin is not a good indicator of an infestation.
In many cases, bed bug bites look very similar to insect bites or other skin conditions (such as eczema or hives). Making things more complicated, some people are being a little will not have any visible reaction to the bites at all.
An undiagnosed case of bed bugs can provide insect time to feed, breed, and spread from one area of your home to the furniture and other areas throughout your home.
Treatments for Bed Bug Infestations
There are no quick fixes to treat infestations. Keep in mind that pest control can be time-consuming. Two ways to treat bed bug infestation is with or without chemicals.
While both non-chemical solutions and chemicals have proven effective when used properly, an integrated approach using both chemical and non-chemical (heat) techniques is recommended. Experience has shown that the approach offers the efficiency and effectiveness of the integrated when you need it.