Treatment of bed bugs
Flat, oval, wingless parasites that survive solely by sucking blood. They target humans or warm-blooded animals. Bed bugs are most commonly found in hotels or homes where occupants travel frequently, while sleeping in different beds. The spread of bed bugs only increased when travel and accommodation became easier. Bed bug infestation can become serious if adequate pest control treatments are not carried out. Female bed bugs can lay more than 250 eggs in their lifetime and become fertile adults in 6-7 weeks.
Typical signs of bedbugs
Bedbugs are active at night just before dawn, when they feed on their hosts unnoticed. A bed bug bite is a very itchy red to off-white lump on the skin that may look like a mosquito bite.
Bed bugs are usually found in beds or upholstery, especially behind folds and in seams. They are also found in bedding, cracks in the bed frame, behind wallpaper, or inside any furniture or upholstery near a bed. They are very small, only adults reaching 3-4 mm, and can often be seen with the naked eye.
In severe cases, even tiny spots of blood or their feces can be seen on bedding.
Why is bed bug treatment necessary?
Bedbugs are a big nuisance when an infestation sets in. The bites are very irritating, uncomfortable and unsightly. Lack of sleep from constant bites is also a problem, and some bites can even cause blisters, rashes, and allergic reactions.
Bedbugs has a characteristic and unpleasant odor
Technique for the control of bed bugs
Our bed bug treatment includes treating all infested linens, beds and bedrooms with insecticidal spray.
A single bed bug treatment is usually enough to eradicate a bed bug infestation.