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No one likes pests in their home. There’s no question, though: of all the potential bugs that you might have to deal with, bed bugs are amongst the worst.
Even determining whether or not you have bed bugs in the first place can be a challenge. They’re incredibly small, hard to see, and generally only come out at night to feed. On top of this, they tend to hide in places during the day where they’re hard to spot, including your mattress, chest of drawers, and baseboards. Plus, bringing bed bugs home from a hotel, friend’s house, or even a city bus is easier than you might think.
One of the most concerning things when it comes to bed bugs is their potential to spread disease. While bed bugs aren’t known to transmit diseases to humans, there’s some evidence that their feces can contain a parasite which causes Chagas disease, a serious illness in Central and South America.
On top of this, bed bug bites are incredibly itchy and uncomfortable. While you won’t feel a sting at the time you’re bitten, most people suffer from intense itching later on. Severe allergic reactions are possible, too. If you think you might be suffering from bed bug bites, you’ll want to check for common signs of an infestation in your home to be sure. 
While there are some tricks you can use to try to eliminate bed bugs on your own, seeking out a bed bug treatment professional is the only way to be certain that you’ve rid your home of them once and for all. That’s because bed bug treatment isn’t easy: you might think that you’ve successfully treated your home, only to experience another infestation down the road.

How to Prepare Your Home For Treatment

  • Remove all linens, mattress covers, and pillows from your home. Take these outside (along with your mattresses) and expose them to direct sunlight for several hours.
  • Wash all contaminated fabrics, including linens, sheets, pillowcases, and duvet covers.
  • Dry clean all fabrics which can’t be washed, including furniture, curtains, and comforters.
  • Remove clothes from closets and dressers and wash them (preferably with warm water wherever possible).
  • Using a powerful vacuum cleaner, thoroughly vacuum your entire home. Be sure to pay particular attention to hard-to-reach places such as baseboards, the backs of drawers, and corners.

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Bed Bug FAQs

While bed bugs are great at hiding, they still leave plenty of clues. Signs of bedbugs include itchy red bumps on your body, and small fecal spots around your bedding and between your mattress and box spring. You may also see small translucent bed bug eggs under your sheets or mattress.

Bed bugs are happy to make their home in other types of furniture besides beds. They’ll take up residence in any upholstered furniture, such as couches and chairs, and they’ll even hide behind electrical outlets and in cracks in your flooring or walls.

The last thing you want to try to do is treat a bed bug problem on your own. If you don’t completely eliminate the infestation, bed bugs can easily begin to reproduce again, and you’ll have to go through the whole process all over. Bed bugs are notoriously challenging to get rid of, so we advise contacting a professional who can perform a proper examination and extermination. When you hire a professional to get rid of your bed big issue, you can trust that they’ve done it before, and they’re up to date on the proven methods for eliminating bed bugs.