Do you have a Bed Bug Problem in Manhattan NY?
Bedbugs are oval, very small in size insects and they feed off the blood of humans and animals to grow and survive. They are brownish but whenever they feed they have a reddish color. Female bedbugs lay hundreds of eggs that are so small, we can barely see them. In your homes, they can be found in your luggage, clothing, used beds and couches and other items. Majorly, they dwell in the walls, floors and ceilings of your house. They are so tiny in size that they are able to fit into tiny spaces, hiding in groups in your mattresses, box springs, bed frames, headboards you name it. They will hide in places where they can easily bite and feed off your blood or your pets.
Bedbugs are mostly active at night when they are sure you are asleep. The would just pierce into your skin with their elongated beaks and feed on your blood. Their bites don’t hurt and you can sleep through the night beknowest to you that you are being bitten. It is not until you wake up to find itchy welts on your skin before you realize what’s going on. Even then, you might just think the bites are from mosquitos, flees or something of that sort.
This is how you can determine whether you have bedbugs or not. Look out for blood stains in your sheets or pillowcases. You can look for poop, egg shells or shed skin in areas mentioned above where they hide. You will find dark spots of bedbug poop on your sheets, mattresses, clothes, and walls. Don’t just check your beddings alone, you can also check inside books, your telephones, carpets, furniture and even electrical outlets. In terms of bites, bedbug bites aren’t centered in just one particular are of your body; you will find welts anywhere. Unlike bites from fleas, bedbug bites do not have red spot in the center.
Having bedbugs in your home is not a sign that you are dirty. It will happen to anyone and everyone at some point in time. They are just so tiny, and they move so fast through tiny spaces. It is possible and very easy to bring one into your home. And once they are there, they multiply so very quickly. You will find also that they are very hard to get rid of because there are so many places for them to hide and they lay so many eggs. You will find that you have no choice but to call on professionals to exterminate.
We at Pest Control in Manhattan are professionals in dealing with bedbugs. Our technicians know just what to do to totally eradicate them from your homes or business places. We will come and inspect your vicinity and determine the extent of your problem and get to work with the best methods in the industry. The chemical products we use are organic, safe and assured to get the job done.
Before, during, and/or after an extermination, our technicians might ask you to wash all your beddings, curtains and clothing and dry them with high heat. For things you cannot wash, you will dry them in high heat. They will instruct you on what to do before vacuuming your home as well. They might also tell you to encase you bed with a bed cover to prevent bedbugs from going in or out of the bed. Sometimes, you might be told to get rid of your furniture and get new ones.
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