Bed Bug Control & Removal

Pest Scene Investigations are bed bug removal specialists.

Bed bugs are everything that you don’t want in a houseguest. They stay too long, invite way too many friends, and they don’t care at all about how uncomfortable you get, they aren’t leaving. 

Call us to have us kick them out of your house entirely and learn about the steps that happen during this sort of process here

What are they and how did they get in my house?!

Bed bugs are small, elusive insects who live strictly by feeding on the blood of humans and other warm-blooded animals. They are mainly active at night and are capable of feeding unnoticed on humans or animals. Their peak feeding period is about an hour before sunrise. The bedbug pierces skin with two hollow tubes: one for injecting its saliva, the other for sucking blood. The bedbug feeds for about 5 minutes before returning to its hiding place. Bed bugs normally feed every 5 to 10 days, but can live for over a year without feeding.

Adult bed bugs are reddish-brown, flat, oval and wingless. They are shaped similar to an apple seed. They grow to 4 to 5 mm in length and 1.5 to 3 mm wide. They move slowly enough to be observed. Newly hatched nymphs are translucent and lighter in color

Among other sources, bed bugs can be brought into the home from travel to hotels and motels, from second-hand or even new furniture, and via wild birds and household pets. Bed bug infestations in hotels and apartments can travel from room to room, eventually saturating every room. Bed bugs may hide not only in beds, but along pipes and boards, furniture, carpeting, electrical outlets, inside walls, screw holes, and even room clutter. The most common hiding place is along the piping material on the edges of mattresse

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