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Are you worried your property is experiencing a bed bug infestation? Bed bugs have been on the rise in last decade in the United States due to increased global travel among other factors.
If you believe your property may be infested with bed bugs, contact pest control professionals straightaway. The sooner you can confirm the pests are bed bugs, the sooner you can take steps to get rid of the parasitic pests.
Call Ehrlich at 1-800-837-5520 or fill out our online form to schedule a FREE bed bug inspection of your home or business.
While it is not an easy task to identify bed bugs with the naked eye due to their small size, there are some common sense steps you can take to find bed bugs.
Bed bugs earned their name for their fondness for infesting beds. The small, brownish insects prefer to hide in close proximity to their hosts so they can sneak out at night and draw a bloodmeal without being noticed.
Carefully inspect your bed for bed bugs by examining:
After you've full inspected the bed, it is important to closely examine the area surrounding the bed. Bed bugs are extremely resourceful and will infest just about anything, given the opportunity. The more intense the infestation is, the more likely it is for areas besides the bed to be infested.
Take the time to check the following areas in your room:
Your luggage is a bed bug's one way ticket to a new home, full of potential human hosts. Bed bugs are most commonly transported into new places via luggage. Follow the below tips to properly check your bags for bed bugs.
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