Bed bugs are excellent hitchhikers. They can move from an infested site by traveling on bedding, luggage, boxes, and clothing, and make themselves at home in your mattresses, couches and carpets. Light infestations of bed bugs can be difficult to detect; most people don’t realize they have them until they notice bites or see live bugs at the seams of their mattress.
Although bed bugs don’t transmit disease, they’re a nuisance and their bite can cause varied skin reactions. If you have bed bugs, you won’t get a good night’s sleep!
If you believe you have an infestation, call the experienced technicians at Bugs-B-Gone. We understand bed bugs, the problems they cause, and how to remove them from any building or home. We can help you eliminate the problem in the shortest time possible and educate you on exactly how to get rid of bed bugs and avoid re-infestation.
Where do Bed Bugs come from?
- Hotels, motels, dorms and apartments
- Public transportation & movie theaters
- Nursing homes & hospitals
- Schools & office buildings
Bed Bugs are really good hiders. They generally hang out near where they can find food: around beds (mattresses, linens, headboards, alarm clocks, picture frames, laptops) and crevices of upholstered furniture, under carpeting, in baseboards and electrical outlets, and behind wallpaper.
Our Integrated Pest Management (IPM) approach begins with a thorough inspection and proper identification, followed by environmentally-conscious treatments to eliminate these pests.