Never thought YOU would be dealing with bed bugs?
We have the answer. Bed bugs were practically unheard of just ten years ago. Today, they are rapidly spreading throughout the United States and other countries. Homes, hotels, and apartment complexes everywhere have these bloodsuckers and you don't know it. They are also common in medical facilities and used furniture stores. You are either experiencing an infestation now in your home that you can't get rid of, or you simply want to take all precautions necessary in order to avoid one. Our Bed Bug Terminator is your solution.
What is a Bed Bug?
Bedbugs are small, flat, brown insects that feed on animal and human blood. They are often mistaken for roaches or ticks. Bed bugs are most frequently found in beds, but they can hide in every crack and crevice imaginable. They do not attach themselves to a host like lice, but instead come and go for feeding. They are nocturnal creatures that come out while you sleep, insert their sharp mouth piece into the skin to suck blood, and then crawl away unnoticed to digest their meal. Some individuals do not even realize they are being bitten, until they wake up to find inflamed, red, and intensely itchy bites on their bodies. Bed bugs do not have specific areas that they bite. Though you might notice bites on your back, neck, or face, they will be satisfied with any area of skin that they can get to. The location of bites is not necessarily an indicator that you are being bitten by bed bugs. The main indicator is that it happens at nighttime, and you wake up with bites you did not have the previous day. Also, there are often brown spots all over your bed. These are the feces of the bed bugs.
Life Cycle of a Bed Bug
In the period of one month a bed bug can develop into an adult. Adult female bed bugs lay new eggs daily, leading to further infestation. Bed bugs prefer warm(70-80 degrees) conditions in order to mature quicker, while cold conditions can delay their growth process. Don't be fooled however, into thinking they won't survive in cold or food-deprived conditions. Bed bugs are incredibly resilient insects, able to go without feeding for months at a time. They are even becoming resilient to professional pesticides.
Why Bed Bug Terminator?
It is proven to kill. It is non-toxic. It is an EPA25B exempt minimum risk pesticide. It is safe to use around your children and pets. It is non-residual.
How Do I Treat Bed Bugs?
Cleanliness is not necessarily the issue. While good housekeeping is recommended, bed bugs can thrive in pristine conditions.
Can My Pet Get Bed Bugs?
Yes! Many people do not realize this. Though bed bugs prefer human hosts, they will also bite dogs, cats, birds, and rodents.
Where Else Can I Apply Bed Bug Terminator?