What Do They Look Like?
Bed bugs have small, flat, oval-shaped bodies. They are wingless. Adults do have the vestiges of wings called wing pads, but they do not fully develop into functional wings. Adults are brown in color, although their bodies redden after feeding. Full-grown bed bugs move relatively slowly and measure between 4 to 5 mm. Homeowners sometimes have the misconception that bed bugs are too small to see with the naked eye.
Did You Know? Bed Bugs Are Smart
As a survival instinct, bed bugs are elusive. They know to stay out of view during the daytime, hiding in mattress crevices, box springs, baseboards, behind electrical switchplates, in picture frames, and even behind wallpaper. But at nighttime, the carbon dioxide we exhale often tempts them out of their hiding spots.
How do we treat bed bugs? " The Best" way possible.
We gather info and inspect properties to identify unique wasp and hornet species. Homeowners provide valuable insight about their property and any present pests.
We customize treatment for identified pests to create an effective plan. Misidentification leads homeowners to struggle before seeking professional help.
we take action
we do a treatment every 5 days for the period of 30 days as our process consists of chemical spraying, steaming machine with high temperatures
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