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Bed Bugs & Pest Control Info for Brooklyn Residents
As a proud homeowner, you have always invited guests into your home for parties and other occasions. However, what happens when guests show up uninvited? Some of you probably graciously welcome them into your home anyway, while others might be more inclined to slam the door in their face. No matter how it plays out the truth of the matter is nobody likes dealing with uninvited guests, they tend to stink up the place and always wear out their welcome.
If you have ever been the victim of a pest infestation, you probably already know what we are talking about in terms of uninvited guests. Pests, such as fleas, beetles, and various rodents, are very capable at gaining entry into your home. And once they gain entry, they can remain undetected until you have a full-blown infestation on your hands. Bed bugs are the perfect example of just how easily one little bug can turn your home into theirs.
The last thing you want to deal with is an infestation. No matter how clean your house an infestation is like a death sentence. People hear you have them and nobody wants to come over. You often feel ashamed and don’t want others thinking you live in filth, so you simply hide your pest problems.
Bed bugs are not known to transmit diseases to humans, but that doesn’t make them any more pleasant to deal with. Bed bugs feed off human blood, so this means every night they crawl into your bed with you and turn you into their next meal. Some people might not react to the bite, but most people show signs of being bitten. Nobody wants to walk around with clusters of small, itchy red bites on their arms, legs, or even their face. But, that is what happens when just a single bug finds its way into your home.
If you look around online, you are going to find several websites that talk about do-it-yourself methods that can be used to mitigate the problem. The problem is these methods rarely work as you expect them to.
One of the biggest issues is how well they hide. Not to mention the bigger your home or the more cluttered your home is the more places they have to hide. They are not very big, which sometimes makes them impossible to spot with the naked eye. And, despite their name, they do not always live in your bed. In many cases, they simply travel to your bed during the night to get their next meal. They are small enough to live in the tiniest cracks and crevices inside your home. They have been found living in electrical sockets, as well as behind baseboards and inside hems of drapes.
If you can’t see the infestation how are you supposed to be successful in getting rid of it. Another mistake people often make is they tend to only do what we refer to as spot treatments. Whether it is to save time or money homeowners often make the mistake of treating only the rooms that they consider the pests to be active in. This is the worst thing to do, as they will travel to and from different rooms in the house. Treating the entire house, rather than just a few rooms, is vital if you truly want to get rid of them.
With how hard they are to spot to truly get rid of them, your best bet is to consult the expertise of an exterminator. Like many other pests, they leave behind signs that are exterminators are trained to look for. If you even think, you might have an infestation your best bet is to call us. One of our technicians will come out and inspect your home. Once the inspection is over our trained technician will go over a residential treatment plan based upon your specific needs. Our treatment plan will include the number of visits necessary to successfully eradicate them from your home, but will also include future treatment plans to prevent any future infestations.
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