Facts About Bed Bugs and How Did I Get Them?
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Bedbugs are called “hitchhikers.” You or others bring them into your home or place of business on your person or on your belongings. Now in epidemic proportions, it is just your misfortune if you get an infestation of bed bugs.
Where Do Bed Bugs Come From?
You will have picked bed bugs up somewhere during the course of your day out in the world. Was it from a restaurant, a doctor’s waiting room, the shopping mall, or a library? Who knows? These hitchhiking bed bugs can be picked up from almost anywhere people sit or rest … hotels and motels, public transportation, theatres, and schools. Bedbugs easily travel on children’s backpacks. You may not realize it but bed bugs can even come from new furniture! A delivery truck brings your new furniture and it has previously hauled away bedbug infested items. Travel is one of the more common manners of picking up bedbugs.
About Bed Bugs:
Bed Bug Extermination
Bed bugs are not to be taken lightly. An infestation grows rapidly and quickly becomes increasingly harder to control. Often, once you realize an infestation, it is too late for you to do any home remedies to solve the matter.
You will be able to identify if there are bed bugs if you have small bites on your body in three lines. These bites are not detrimental to your health but rather annoying and unsanitary. In order to deal with bed bugs, it is highly recommended to consult a specialist.
At Bed Bugs All Gone, we specialize in bed bug extermination. Our main form of extermination is our heat treatment services. We can treat any population of bed bugs by increasing the room temperature to the extent where it is hard for the bed bugs to survive. With this service, your furniture and other household items will not be harmed by the intense dose of heat. This treatment is environmentally friendly and eliminates exposing you to any pesticides.
Benefits of Bed Bugs All Gone's heat treatment:
Our heat treatments are safe for humans, pets, and the environment. They are a safe substitute for chemical treatments such as pesticides that work more efficiently to rid your property of bed bugs.
After our services, we will make sure to bring your property to its rightful temperature and ensure that it is comfortable upon your return. If there are any further steps to take, our team will thoroughly inform you of them.
If you have any questions about our services, call us at (510) 650-0671, and one of our representatives will gladly answer any queries you may have.
Get rid of your bed bugs today.
Dangers of Bed Bugs
Bed bugs are not as mobile as other insects. They cannot climb many materials and are unable to fly. That being said, they travel efficiently in large groups and reproduce at a rapid pace. Once they settle into a property, they are an extreme menace. They are tiny, typically 1.5-3mm long, and can hide in your furniture throughout the day. They live off the blood of humans and animals. They come out in the middle of the night, attracted to the carbon dioxide we exhale. Typically, they bite your arms, legs, face, and neck. However, bites can occur anywhere.
Bed bug bites are usually not dangerous to your health. However, they can become extremely itchy, and there have been reported allergic reactions. If you experience extreme swelling, it is recommended to see a health care professional. Using antiseptic creams is recommended to use on the bites as well as abstaining from scratching. Another danger to consider is the mental impact they can impose on you. There have been reports of people experiencing anxiety and insomnia due to the infestation.
Avoid these dangers and call a bed bug exterminator as soon as you realize they are on your property. Call Bed Bugs All Gone at (510) 650-0671.
Serving the San Francisco/San Jose Bay Area and The Central Valley, call Bed Bugs all Gone at (510) 650-0671