When it comes to servicing for bed bugs, look no further, A. Valdez Pest Control is the one you can trust to get rid of those pesky bugs once and for all. Having bed bugs however, is no laughing matter. They can produce a number of health concerns including skin rashes, psychological effects, and allergic symptoms. Any residential home or establishment can become infested with bed bugs in a variety of ways, such as:
- A bed bug and/or a nymph may be involuntarily brought in from other infested homes on a visiting person’s clothing or baggage.
- Any infested items (such as furniture, clothing, or backpacks) brought into a home, hotel, motel, or any other type of living establishment.
- Bedbugs are increasingly found in air travel.
Although some people may get prominent blisters on their skin from a bed bug bite, others may not have a visible effect, which is why it is imperative that one pay attention to other signs of a bed bug situation. Bed bugs do not live on the skin of their host, but do feed on animals and of course humans. Here are some signs to look for:
- Bug marks
- Although bed bug bites look similar to those of a mosquito bite, bite marks are one of the first indicators of a possible bed bug situation.
- The site of the bug mark is itchy and red and you may see several of these marks on the skin.
- Bed bug stool
- Stool stains are brown in color and occurs after feeding from someone’s blood.
- This is the next thing to look for when you have a clue that you may have bed bugs.
- Because bed bug feed three times of their body weight and an average of every three hours for their blood meals, another sign would be blood stains.
Did you know, that female bedbugs lay up to 3-4 eggs a day for the rest of their life span. That means that a single female bedbug can create an infestation all by herself in a matter of days. Because of this, DON’T WAIT, call A. Valdez Pest Control today before the next blood fest and egg hatching occurs.