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Bed bug infestations often go unnoticed until the infestation gets out of hand. So, how can you tell if you have a bed bug infestation? The number one sign of bed bugs is waking up with small, red, itchy bites on skin that you leave exposed at night. These bites are often grouped together, so they can be mistaken for a rash. If you suspect that you have bed bugs in your home, look around your mattress, baseboards, carpets, and electrical outlets for eggs, shed skin, and active bed bugs. You might also find dark brown spots of blood stains or bed bug feces.
DIY bed bug removal strategies can work to eliminate portions of your bed bug infestation, but taking out an entire population of them requires more technical treatment plans. Because bed bugs are nocturnal and remain hidden away for most of the day, it can be hard to tell what corners of your home the infestation extends to. Mattresses, upholstered furniture, rugs and carpets, baseboards and siding, and even power outlets can host bed bugs. Hiring a professional bed bug exterminator is the only way to be confident that all of the bed bugs in your home have been addressed.
Bed bugs are, of course, most feared for their bites. These bites often happen overnight and can leave any homeowner feeling distressed in their own home. At Bug Out, we have been helping homeowners stay safe from bed bug problems since 1963.
Our highly trained bed bug control team will take the following steps:
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