Oceanside Bed Bug Removal

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There isn’t anyone fine with having bed bugs in their home in Oceanside. As you may have heard, reports of bed bugs are rising at an increased pace. If you think that you have an infestation in your home, you should give us a call at 000-000-0000 today.

Unfortunately, unlike ants, you can’t just overlook them. Once you’ve been infested, they’re going to stay until a pest control expert gets rid of them.

 

Signs Of Infestation

Most of the people don’t discover that they’ve got bed bugs until they find one. They are great at staying hidden from people. They often hide in the stitches of mattresses. One sign you have an infestation is if you see dark fecal or blood spots on your bedsheets. Others assume that they only invade beds, but they can also infest any furniture and areas in your home. Be sure to check all crevices and cracks of furniture near your room and other areas including mattress, bedding, nightstand, frames, dresser, behind outlets, and any decor you might find on your walls.

Bedbugs easily travel to other rooms throughout your home and because they are small when it comes to size, they are hard to be seen.

Here is a list of some of the signs you need to keep an eye on:

  • Bloodstains on sheets
  • Dark or rusty spots on sheets and mattresses
  • Musty odor
  • Unusual bites present on skin.

 

Bed Bugs Bite

They usually bite and suck your blood while sleeping. They will cut through your flesh, find your blood vessels, and feed on them by breaking through your skin with their sharp tongue. Bed bugs usually feed on you for several minutes and then return to their hiding spot.

Nighttime is when they come out of hiding which is why when people wake up, they notice bites on their bodies. They will use a stylet to pierce your skin and suck your blood.

 

Why Can’t You Feel Them Biting?

Bed bugs use stylet to inject their saliva into the skin of humans while feeding and this saliva has a numbing agent, which is why humans cannot feel them biting.

Their bites can swell after time and it is usually red and itchy. If you try to scratch it continuously, you could irritate this bites further and make them harder to treat. Don’t worry about getting a disease if you are bitten, but don’t let this keep you from treating this bite right away.

If you are convinced you have this kind of problem, then you shouldn’t sleep in your bed. Oceanside Pest Control can answer your bug questions! Just give us a call today at 000-000-0000 to get your estimate.

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