Columbus, Ohio Pest Control.
The Easiest Bed Bug Treatment
Bed bugs are a common and difficult pest to get rid of. They can make their way into your home and lay eggs in your bed, clothes, and furniture. They feed on human blood and can live without it for months. Getting rid of them is not an easy task.
There are many ways that people will suggest you get rid of bed bugs such as home remedies. Home remedies may work for some pests but rarely do they work for bed bugs, which is why it’s important to be aware of the different treatments available to you when looking to get rid of these pests.
Bed bugs are hardy insects that can survive without feeding on human blood for up to six months at a time, making it difficult to remove them from your home once they have infested the environment.
Getting Rid of Bed Bugs with Heat Treatment
Bed bugs are small and flat and so they can fit into the tiny spaces that we can’t see. They are most commonly found in places where people sleep, such as beds, couches, and recliners. Bed bugs feed on human blood and they usually come out at night to bite us. They leave itchy welts on the skin which is why people with bed bug bites often don’t even know they have been bitten until the next day.
Heat treatment is an effective extermination method for getting rid of bed bugs because it is a lot like microwaving them alive. The heat will make the bed bugs start to move around and they will eventually die from dehydration or starvation because they can’t find any food or water in there anymore.
Getting Rid of Bed Bugs with Chemical Treatments
The use of the chemical insecticide DDT to get rid of bed bugs was a popular method in the past. However, people realized that this method had some negative effects on the environment and human health.
However, there are other chemical insecticides that are considered safe for pets and children. (All of our products are safe for pets and children.)
The use of these chemicals is not only safe but also effective in getting rid of bed bugs. They can be sprayed on mattress seams or walls to kill any bed bugs hiding there or used in crevices where they might hide. As bed bug infestations can happen all over the house, spraying these chemicals everywhere is recommended for maximum effect.
Bed Bug Prevention
Bed bugs are a public health pest that affects people of all population groups, socioeconomic statuses, and geographic locations. They can be found in any place where humans live and they can spread rapidly because they hitchhike on clothes, furniture, bedding, and other belongings. For this reason, it is important to take steps to prevent bed bug infestations early on before they get out of control.
The best way to prevent bed bugs is by inspecting your home for signs of them regularly. If you are staying in a hotel or an apartment building, inspect the rooms thoroughly before unpacking your belongings or taking off your clothes. This will help you identify any tell-tale signs of an infestation if one exists.
Bed bug bites can easily be mistaken for another kind of bite or rash so it is important that you address this accordingly.
What does a bed bug bite look like?
Bed bug bites are more common than most people think. These are itchy red bumps that are found on the skin. People usually mistake them for mosquito bites or other insect bites. A bed bug bite is not dangerous but it can be uncomfortable and annoying.
Bed bug bites happen when a bed bug has bitten a person and left behind its saliva on the person’s skin. The first time one of these bugs bites someone, they will leave behind an allergic reaction which is called an alpha-gal allergy. After the first time, every time they bite someone else they will leave behind some of their salivae which can cause more itching and inflammation to occur on the skin of the person who was bitten by them again.
Bed bug infestations are not only an annoyance but also carry serious health risks. Bed bugs are known to carry diseases, such as Chagas disease or Toxoplasmosis, which is a parasite that can cause health complications in humans.
Bed bug infestations can be devastating to homes and businesses. The best pest control solution for bed bugs is to hire a professional exterminator that will then provide you with the most effective bed bug extermination services available. Contact Us TODAY!
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