- Latin Name: Cimex lectularius
- Length: up to 4 to 5 mm long or the size of an apple seed.
- Color: reddish-brown
How to get rid of bed bugs?
To get a pest problem under control, inspection is the first and foremost step. Click here to view our treatment preparation instructions.
A-Best has the latest bed bug control techniques to eliminate the proliferation of these annoying bloodthirsty insects. Bed bug infestations usually begin with just a few bugs brought into a structure with clothing, luggage, or by the purchase of used furniture or bedding.
The first step to any bed bug crisis is to locate the areas of infestation. Our technicians have become bed bug specialists through attending extensive training programs. An infestation of bed bugs is not evidence of unclean or unsanitary living areas, but it is a definite sign that you need bed bug elimination immediately.
Bed Bugs Pest Control
Bed bugs are parasitic insects of the cimicid family that feed exclusively on blood. There are several methods to control bed bugs.
Bed bugs hide in tiny crevices. Examples are piping of mattresses and box springs, headboards, nightstands, bed frames, behind wood trim, wallpaper, light switches, inside electrical boxes, and cracks of hardwood floors.
Signs of bed bug infestations include: live bed bugs, small red to brown spots on bedding, shed exoskeletons from molting bed bugs, or red bites usually found on the torso or limbs.
We offer two types of bed bug treatments. The first method is the EPA approved crack and crevice applications. The second method is a mobile heat unit when it is needed. Speak with one of our specialists about our methods today.
A-Best Pest can prevent Bed Bugs from becoming a permanent guest.
Prevent bed bugs by: Vacuuming suitcases after a trip, check your bedsheets regularly for blood spots, keep your suitcase in a plastic bag during hotel stays, carry a small flashlight to help with visual inspections, and always seek a professional to assist with your bed bugs problems and prevention.