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How Do You Know If You’ve Got Bed Bugs

Before a bedbug infestation is even identified, it’s felt.
A lot of people will fall into deep sleep only to wake up with itchy bites across themselves. Even though many other bugs, particularly mosquitos, could cause this, if you’re experiencing this you ought to investigate further.
Then consider, what else has changed?

Did you just return home from a trip whether it be abroad or simply staying in a hotel for several days? The red skin bumps bed bugs often leave behind can hibernate and take a few days to appear.
Maybe you have purchased any pre-owned furniture or bedding? Bed Bugs are notorious hitchhikers and even a treated mattress will almost always still contain live bedbugs that can reproduce and carry on the infestation.

If this sounds familiar it may be time for you to dig a littler further and investigate specific evidence of bed bug infestation

If you feel that you might have brought bed bugs home with you from a vacation, promptly take all your luggage and any garments or other belogings you brought on the getaway, out of your house and away from your loved ones.

The next step is to inspect your sleeping quarters.

Luckily bedbugs are really easy to identify and sometimes their activity can be viewed dependant upon the severity of the invasion.

Your standard mature bed bug is a brown/brick colored pest about the size of an apple seed and spherical in form, especially after feeding.

The immature or nymph bed bugs may be more difficult to view since they’re smaller (aprox the size of a flea) and are very light in color.

Bed Bug eggs look like miniature pearls, around the size of a pin. Unless you’ve got a considerable infestation, you will not be able to see these using the naked eye.

Where to Look?

Bed bugs commonly choose to move along seams, near tags, behind bedboards ect. Similar to cockroaches, they like to move along edges and wedge themselves into small crevices. Dive in to these cracks and crevices and you will discover the pests themselves, or remmanants of their presence. Some of these remmanants include feces and molted skins. Luckily most mattresses are bright or off-white so these small spots of feces are easier to see . You’ll notice that their small with black and dark red spots most likely in groups.

If this all sounds familiar, It is now time to take action. Each day that passes by guarantees that the infestation festers.


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