Bed Bug

Bed Bug

Bed bugs are parasitic creatures that feed on human blood. Often found in couch cushions and bedding materials, they can be hard to eliminate without professional assistance. Because the insects are resistant to some pesticides that are commonly used on other species, custom treatment plans will be required. At Resolve Pest Control, we’ll perform a careful examination of the area to ensure that the right course of action is chosen. Through a calibrated approach, our technicians can eliminate the parasitic creatures so that the home is free of bed bugs once again.

Bed Bug Dangers

Because bed bugs require human blood to stay alive, they will quickly become an annoyance in any household where they are present. The bugs can leave small welts on the skin that will become red and itchy if disturbed. The bugs may also cause allergic reactions in some people. Severe infestations may induce dozens of bite marks on the skin, which can be visually unappealing. Bed bug colonies can also disrupt sleep patterns and induce irritability in certain individuals.

Bed Bug Eradication Techniques

Bed bugs are immensely difficult to eliminate. We may use pesticides, physical isolation and heat treatments to kill the bugs. Because some populations may not respond well to heat, concerted pesticide treatments may be used to eliminate all adult bugs and destroy the eggs. In many cases, homeowners will need to leave the residence for the duration of the treatment. In apartment complexes, hotels and residential homes several units or rooms may have to be treated at the same time so that the bugs are wholly wiped out.

Professional Assistance

Once bed bugs become established in a bedroom or living room, they cannot generally be controlled without help from the experts. As professional exterminators, we’ll perform a formal inspection of the property and put together a viable action plan. Interested parties can contact us for a free quote.

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