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Bed bugs are very common household pests. They feed exclusively on blood, and they can be found almost everywhere. After a hearty meal, they wouldn’t need to eat again for a few months. This makes them very resilient. They can thrive in different environments.
So what we’re saying here is that they are not likely to die of natural causes if you just let them be. In order to eliminate them, you need to seek them out and kill them.
If you spot bed bug skins, exoskeletons, or shells on the floor as you sweep, chances are, you have a bed bug infestation.
How to Get Rid of Bed Bugs
The first thing you want to do is locate the bed bugs on your own—at least to confirm your suspicions. Grab a flashlight and search the bedroom. Take the sheets off your mattress, take off the pillowcases, and inspect every inch. Bed bugs can mature in about 35 days and survive up to 12 months.
They can lay eggs in corners or areas close to where you sleep. Their bite is painless, and they can stick to your skin for up to 10 minutes, during which they feed on your blood.
If you spot bed bugs, you can place them in a small container and douse them
If the infestation is much larger than anticipated, or if you don’t know how to spot the tiny pests, you can always ask for professional help.
Letting the Pros Handle It. Expert Extermination Services
Residential bed bug extermination is more thorough and effective. It’s also much less of a hassle compared to doing it all by yourself, not really sure if you’ve taken them all out. To make sure your home is completely free from bed bugs, a professional exterminator is essential.
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The method of extermination often depends on which one you choose, and the prices can vary accordingly. Most exterminators will conduct a thorough inspection before getting to work. They should also be able to tell you exactly what they’re going to do and how they’ll do it.
North Shore Services, for example, uses a chemical process, as well as a heating process wherein individual rooms, are heated to around 135 degrees to kill all the bed bugs.
There are also other companies that make use of more traditional approaches—spray pesticides, for example. It all depends on your home’s needs, your budget, and your preferences.
What’s important is you work with a company that you trust. North Shore Services provides a safe and reliable approach to bed bug extermination. You’ll be sleeping comfortably in no time.