Bed Bug Pest Control Experts

Finding bed bugs on your property is one of the most unsettling experiences as a homeowner. It’s no wonder that they are one of the most dreaded pests—they are tiny and gross, they multiply quickly, and they leave us with itchy, bumpy bite marks as we sleep. Bed bugs are infamous for their ability to hide out of sight until their numbers grow into a huge infestation. Everyone is liable for bed bug problems, no matter how clean your home is. This is why you should always know who to call for bed bug removal.

At D’s Pest Control, we guarantee that our treatment will wipe out your active bed bug infestation. Our bed bug exterminators will also teach how to avoid infestations going forward. We dedicate ourselves to an IPM approach to help our customers live pest-free lives with long-lasting solutions.

Do You Have a Bed Bug Infestation?

Bed bug infestations often go unnoticed until the infestation reaches large numbers of individuals. So, how can you tell if you have a bed bug infestation? The number one sign of bed bugs is waking up with small, red, itchy bites on skin that you leave exposed at night. These bites are often grouped together, so they can be mistaken for a rash. If you suspect that you have bed bugs in your home, look around your mattress, baseboards, carpets, and electrical outlets for eggs, shed skin, and active bed bugs. You might also find dark brown spots of blood stains or bed bug feces.

The Importance of Professional Bed Bug Control

DIY bed bug removal strategies can work to eliminate portions of your bed bug infestation, but taking out an entire population of them requires more holistic and focused treatment plans. Because bed bugs are nocturnal and remain hidden away for most of the day, it can be hard to tell what corners of your home the infestation extends to. Mattresses, upholstered furniture, rugs and carpets, baseboards and siding, and even power outlets can be infested. Hiring a professional bed bug exterminator is the only way to be confident that all of the bed bugs have been removed from your home.

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What Do Bed Bugs Look Like?

Bed bugs are hard to spot, but they can be identified by these traits:

  • Reddish-brown color
  • Flat, oval-shaped bodies, 5 mm in length
  • Six legs and a slow crawling pace
  • Tiny, white, oblong eggs

Why Use a Bed Bug Exterminator?

Getting help from a bed bug exterminator is the difference between false hope and total control. There are a handful of DIY bed bug pest control methods that are purported to work to get rid of bed bugs for good, but these strategies fail to address the entire home as a site of infestation. With professional bed bug heat treatments, entire populations of bed bugs can be eliminated using entirely safe and non-toxic procedures. It is always the safe option for your family, your home, and your belongings to enlist the help of a professional bed bug control company.

When To Call a Bed Bug Exterminator

At D’s Pest Control, we know how much sleep people lose over bed bugs. Not only do these pests gross us out, they leave us with itchy and unsightly bites, too. Unfortunately, bed bugs are stubborn pests and are hard to get rid of without help. As soon as you see one bed bug in your home, you should call your local pest control company.

Our bed bug control experts will go to any lengths to remove every last bed bug from your home. Don’t hesitate to deal with bed bugs, as the problem will only get worse. Contact our team today!

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