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OMAHA BED BUG EXTERMINATION
If the thought of bed bugs in your home or office has you itching, it’s time to consult the Omaha bed bug exterminator services from Quality Pest Control, Inc. Bed bugs are one of the most dreaded pests due to the risk of serious problems such as bed bug bites, damage to your property, and the high rate at which they reproduce and spread among humans and pets.
Quality Pest Control, Inc. is the leader in pest removal and prevention, with each of our Omaha bed bug exterminator services providing clients with bed bug pest control, education, and extermination.
What Are Bed Bugs?
Bed bugs are small, brown insects that feed off the blood of animals and humans, and they are notoriously difficult to get rid of. Once bed bugs have arrived, or even if you suspect bed bugs in the home, contact our pest control management and bed bug prevention professionals immediately.
While they don’t carry disease, bed bug bites are no fun, leaving trails of itchy welts. Bed bugs can be inadvertently brought into any home, anywhere. No matter how clean your home or business, bed bugs can always hitch a ride on visitors or travelers.
Identifying Bed Bug Infestation
Bed bugs can be hard to identify given their size and similar appearance to other pests. However, identifying bed bugs early is crucial in preventing a widespread infestation. You should always check for bed bugs while cleaning, changing linens, or staying away from home to prevent the spread of bed bugs.
Some signs of bed bugs include:
- Unexplained bug bites: Bed bug bites are small red, itchy bumps and are typically left in zigzag or linear patterns. Unfortunately, it’s difficult to distinguish bed bug bites from other insect bites—but it’s a good indicator that you should check your environment for bed bug presence.
- Tiny dark or reddish stains on sheets and linens: Dark or reddish stains on linens may be a sign of bed bugs. When crushed, bed bugs will leave behind a rusty red stain. Bed bugs will also leave behind tiny dark spots from excrement.
- Eggs and eggshells: As bed bugs mature, they will leave behind tiny (about 1 mm) pale yellow or white skins.
- Where to check for bed bugs:
- Between the seams of curtains, couches, cushions, and bedding.
- Under loose wallpaper and wall decor.
- At the junction of walls and floors or ceilings.
- Mattresses and box springs.
Bed bugs are difficult to distinguish from other pests and can hide in unthinkable places—including inside of electrical outlets. If you’re concerned about bed bugs, the best solution is to call a bed bug exterminator for a professional inspection.
If you know you have a bed bug infestation—don’t hesitate to call Quality Pest Control, Inc. The sooner you start bed bug removal, the easier it will be to eradicate the problem.
Should I Treat Bed Bugs Myself?
Over-the-counter products and do-it-yourself bed bug control wastes time, money, and often complicates the infestation. If you don’t effectively get rid of bed bugs at the first sign of infestation, they can cause massive amounts of destruction to your health and property.
Bed bug problems can grow very quickly once they are carried into your house by used furniture, luggage, or clothing. Female bed bugs lay 5 eggs a day, up to 500 in a lifetime! Therefore, the sooner you take steps to address or prevent a bed bug problem, the sooner we can ensure that your home or business is bed bug-free!
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