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Your home should be your sanctum, and your bedroom should be your ultimate place of rest. Whether you’re absolutely sure of a bed bug infestation, or simply suspicious of the possibility, why take the chance?
Bed bugs are a hidden menace that can turn any comfortable, beautiful home into a place where you dread sitting on your own furniture. You and your family deserve better – you deserve a home where you don’t have to wonder if it’s OK to lie down.
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Often mistaken for fleas or small cockroaches, these pests are brown, small, and oval-shaped. They grow to about the size of a small seed and possess naturally flat bodies that swell to a bulb shape when full.
Bed bugs get their name from the bed – usually found in or around beds, bed bugs strategically place themselves in the easiest areas where they can feed on the blood of warm-blooded animals while we rest or sleep.
Though they have no wings, bed bugs are surprisingly quick and pesky critters, with the ability to walk and crawl over all types of surfaces. But their primary means of getting around is hitchhiking – by clinging onto unsuspecting humans and human items and settling in wherever they go. A single bed bug can lay over five hundred eggs in its lifetime. Their eggs can be easily confused with a speck of dust.
Bed bug pests are attracted to the biological signatures that humans and other animals naturally give off, particularly while we are asleep.
These pests can sense the carbon dioxide from our breath as well as our body heat, and the longer we stay at rest in a single location, the more drawn they become to that place. This is why beds and couches are biggest hot spots for bed bug infestations.
Bed bugs generally only feed at night while its hosts are asleep. The bite causes little to no pain, and it can take 5-10 minutes of sucking for the bed bug to be satisfied. Afterwards, the bed bug returns to its hiding spot – typically deep inside your mattress, pillows, or bed frame – and stays hidden for weeks at a time before coming out again for its next meal.