Bed Bug Control
Bed bugs, just thinking about them will make one’s skin crawl. This is a very difficult pest to get rid of, so much so that a lot of pest control companies will not even try it! You have to really know what you are doing in bed bug control, it is not a do-it-yourself kind of thing. There are bed bugs in Weatherford, as well as Azle and Springtown. That is why we provide the best bed bug control in Parker County. So when you need a bed bug exterminator, you need to give us a call. We know where the bed bugs live, and how to eliminate the bed bug problems.
How Do You Know if You Have Bed Bugs
You can have a pretty good idea you have bedbugs if you wake up each morning with new bites that itch, if you see live bugs around the corners of your bed, find dark spots on your sheets or mattress from where bugs have been smashed.
Bed bugs are highly resistant to a majority of treatment methods, and the right bed bug treatment method always consists of multiple methods to be effective. We have access to specific chemicals and other tools to treat them and get rid of them for good! They are difficult to get rid of and expensive, but we can help you out!
What are Bed Bugs?
Bed bugs are small insects that feed on human blood. They are usually smaller than an apple seed. Fortunately, they do not transmit disease, but the bed bug bite is very itchy and can cause a lot of discomfort. They are also known to drive people crazy from lack of good sleep.
How Did I Get a Bed Bug Infestation?
They typically spread in places with many people, as they hitchhike on clothes or other personal items. It is not possible to know if the place someone stays in has bedbugs unless you see bed bug bites or you see the bugs themselves. Signs of their presence include red, itchy marks on areas of the body that have been bitten (typically torso, shoulders, and arms).
They can be brought into a home by infested furniture bought used or traveling. In recent decades they have been increasingly seen in places like apartments, single-family homes, cruise ships, hotels, vacation resorts, and hospitals.
Where do Bed Bugs Hide?
Bed bugs commonly hide in the seams of furniture, such as mattress seams, or in the folds of your bed sheets and other bed linens, along with bed frames, box springs, and headboards. They also like to stay close to their food source, which is you! When you go to a hotel, always check the mattress seams, box spring, and other hiding places where you might find bed bugs. Bed bugs typically feed at night, so the morning after, check yourself for bites.
How Do I Get Rid of Bed Bugs?
The best way to get rid of bed bugs is to call a professional pest control company such as Azle Pest Control out to eliminate bed bugs. This is not a do-it-yourself job, as it takes special equipment and chemicals to kill them, along with serious knowledge of how to take care of bed bug infestations. Our experts will find them and eliminate them for good!
What Can I Do To Kill Bed Bugs Before Treatment?
We ask that you bag all of your clothes and bedding trash bags and seal them. Then run all of the clothing and bedding through the dryer at high heat. The heat from the dryer will ensure the bed bugs are dead. You will also need to vacuum all over your house, including under all of the furniture. Be sure to dispose of the vacuum bag in a plastic trash bag and seal it.
You should also remove any clutter from around the house, as this will give the technician more room to work and make it easier to find and treat all of the bed bugs.
How Many is a Bed Bug Problem?
That depends, is it one male? See, this is something you can not know. If you see one, most likely you have many. These pests will double their population every other day. So if you brought home one pregnant female bed bug, then she will grow that population. Once it gets up to ten bed bugs, two days later, 20, two days later, 40, then 80, and so on until you have thousands of new bedbugs every day.