Beds bugs are becoming a very serious problem, infesting homes, hotels, movie theaters and various types of businesses across the United States. As a homeowner, it is important to be aware of the telltale signs of a bed bug infestation. These nocturnal pests are often confused with other insects, such as carpet beetles or newborn cockroaches. Ignoring their presence is never a smart decision. Bed bugs are known to be highly resilient and adaptable. Prompt extermination, with the help of an experienced expert, can be the key to successful and long-term eradication of the pests.
How Can Bed Bugs Be Harmful?
Bed bugs are human parasites that feed on blood. They live in the crevices of furniture, mattresses, carpets and any other areas that can provide them with close access to human beings. While they might never venture out during the day, the insects become increasingly active at night. Their bites can leave distinct marks all over the skin and trigger allergic reactions in some people. Bed bugs can breed rapidly and aggravate an already stubborn and persistent pest problem. Bed bug infestations have also been known to depreciate property values.
Timely Action Can Keep Bed Bugs Away For Good
Many homeowners often resort to do-it-yourself techniques in an attempt to get rid of these pesky insects. While throwing away mattresses and using over-the-counter treatment methods might seem simple enough, they are rarely effective in bringing about a permanent solution. Bed bugs can survive in the hard-to-reach areas of your home without food for almost a year. As a result, their larvae and eggs can be a challenge to get rid of. With a Falcon trained professional specializing in bed bug removal, we will be able to devise a strategy for bed bug eradication. Contact us today for an inspection.
Falcon Lawn & Pest Can Help
Our professional exterminators are highly experienced and knowledgeable. Living with termites, bed bugs or any pest should never be an option. We can help you get rid of your persistent pest problem in no time. Contact us today for an inspection.