Do You Have Bed Bugs? Here's What To Do!
Bed-bugs are prolific and multiply rapidly. Getting rid of them is not a job for amateurs.
Many people who try to eliminate bed bugs by themselves usually end up calling a professional, and by that time, the infestation has become more widespread and is more difficult to eliminate. Once a bed bug infestation occurs, it is among the most difficult infestations to eliminate because of the need to find and to destroy all of the eggs as well as any living bed bugs.
Eliminating bed bugs is not a trial-and-error do-it-yourself project. You need the rapid and thorough response of Select Exterminating to solve the problem and save you time, money and anguish.
How We Work
Bed bugs can be small and hard to find with the untrained eye. However, our professionals know exactly how to identify and remove bed bugs from your home. First we will examine your entire home and inspect target areas. We look for signs of bed bugs including: live or dead bed bugs, bed bug skin, fecal material, and more. After, we will put together the right strategy to rid your home of bed bugs. Contact us today to learn more!
Bed Bug FAQ
How big is a bed bug?
1/4 to 3/8 inch (4-5 mm).
What color is a bed bug?
Reddish brown or brown.
What does a bed bug look like?
The adult bed bug is a wingless insect that is flattened from top to bottom.
What is the bed bug's habitat?
At the beginning of an infestation, bed bugs are likely to be found only in seams, and folds of mattresses and bed covers. In areas of heavy infestation, bed bugs can be found in crevices in the bed frame.
What is the bed bug lifecycle?
The life cycle of a bed bug are: Egg, Nymph, and Adult. The females lay about 450 eggs at a rate of up to 5 per day, in cracks and crevices in the floor or bed, and the eggs attach to any hard surface. Newly hatched bed bugs begin feeding immediately. They shed their skin five times before becoming adults.