Reno Bed Bug Extermination
Are you having problems sleeping? Do you find yourself itching and waking up in the middle of the night for no reason? Are you noticing welts on your skin? Maybe you need a bed bug extermination. Bed bugs are troublesome household pests that feed on human blood, just like mosquitoes, ticks, or fleas.
Unfortunately, bed bugs can reproduce incredibly fast. A pregnant female bed bug can reproduce over 300 adults and 1000 new eggs in just 3 months. The rate at which bed bugs reproduce necessitates prompt and effective bed bug extermination.
Bed bugs may enter your home or office through contaminated clothing, luggage, or furnishings. Their bites may cause infection, rashes, blisters, itchiness, scabies, and allergic reactions. Additionally, they tend to stay close to hosts, living in or near beds or furniture in clusters of adults, juveniles, and eggs.
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Bed Bug Health Risks
A bed bug problem is more than a troublesome sleep annoyance or discomfort in bed. Bed bugs can transmit and carry infectious disease, and they can cause itchy bites and welts on your skin that can get infected or cause allergic reactions. Their blood-sucking capabilities can expose you to bloodborne illnesses and allergic reactions, and secondary infections from their bites may cause ecthyma, impetigo, and lymphangitis.
What Bed Bugs Look Like
Bed bugs are small, brownish, oval insects. Adult bedbugs are flat-bodied, and are about the size of a watermelon seed. These tiny crawling pests get their names clearly because they like to make their homes in our beds, where they can and will inflict maximum damage to human skin and health. Bed bugs are most active at night when you sleep. Their bites are painless, so when they bite you, you would not feel the pain of the sting, but you will typically notice itching, bleeding, and skin welts afterward.
Bed Bud Extermination Services
Here are the treatment plans we recommend. We are certified to use each of these treatments, which are safe and efficient for bed bug removal and control:
Diatomaceous Earth Treatment
Bed Bug Prevention
Proper bed bug control and prevention needs a keen eye. In order to keep themselves alive, bed bugs seek close proximity to their human hosts. Preventing bed bugs requires preventing infestations and stopping them early, as soon as they happen. That is why immediate bed bug treatment and control is necessary if you suspect you have bed bug problems!