There are several species of bed bugs, all of which are parasites of warm-blooded animals.
Heavy infestations of bed bugs are also accompanied by a distinct odor. Bed bugs are not normally implicated in the transmission of diseases. Their medical significance is usually limited to itching and inflammation from their bites.
||The key to controlling bed, bird and bat bugs is to locate and treat all cracks and crevices where the bugs may be hiding. Typical hiding places are in the tufts, folds and seams of mattresses, and cracks in the box spring and bed frame. Heavier infestations often spread to behind baseboards, dressers, window, and door casings, behind pictures, electrical switch plates, and loose wallpaper, in the pleats of drapes, and the upholstery of furniture.|
all work guarenteed
- Pest Control
- Termite Control
- Gopher Control
- Rodent Control
- Fungus Control
- Nuisance Bird Control
- Landscape Pests & Weeds
- Tree & Shrub Fertilization and systemic insecticide
- Sanitation and Deodorizing
- Deck and Fence Restoration
- New Construction Wood Treatment