At Long Beach Exterminator, we are proud of guarding the residents of Long Beach from bed bugs. Recently, we’ve been handling the rise in Long Beach bed bug infestations. We are really not precisely sure why there’s a surge of bed bugs in Long Beach, but common explanations are increased foreign travel, the exchanging of second-hand furnishings, and the close proximity of living quarters.
We think we can all agree that bed bugs are totally disgusting and nobody wants them. They’re one of several pests that you really can’t ignore. Bed bugs prey on humans when they’re sleeping. They do this by piercing the skin with a stylet (basically, a long part of its mouth). It uses its stylet, which has small teeth, to saw through tissue in order to find blood vessels. The bed bug will then suck the blood of the human for 5 to 10 minutes before returning to its hiding place.
The area where bed bugs have fed will usually swell and itch. It’s often difficult to detect Long Beach bed bugs. Not only are bed bugs nocturnal, but they’re also small and very adept at hiding in small areas. In most Long Beach bed bug cases we’ve dealt with, people don’t realize they have bed bugs until they get attacked in their sleep. An additional way to discover bed bugs, besides having a lot of bite marks, is to have blood or fecal spots on your bedsheets. When you have a bed bug problem you shouldn’t even contemplate sleeping in your home until the problem is gone.
You should contact our Long Beach bed bugs pros if you think that you have a bed bug problem. If you’d like the most effective bed bugs treatment plan in Long Beach, then you should definitely call Long Beach Exterminator at (562) 485-6022 today!