All pests are opportunists and they bring along diseases too. But, if we have to pick one pest that’s a nightmare to get rid of, then it’ll be bed bugs.
Bed bugs are small but not entirely invisible. But, the reason that they’re mostly detected after they’ve already become a serious crisis is that nobody notices the signs of their presence in the very beginning.
Although Detroit harbors all sorts of pests, somehow, bed bugs are least discussed. So, if you have even the slightest doubt that bed bugs might have found a residence at your home, this is a must-read article for you.
Why should you be worried?
Let’s start with the very basic question – what do bed bugs eat? Well, their diet is blood. Whether it’s you, your kids, or your pets, you’re all food sources for bed bugs.
When they bite, they release a chemical and the host does not feel pain or discomfort immediately. Once the feeding is done, bed bugs elope. Every person reacts differently to the chemical that’s released by bed bugs. When the reaction is bad, the hosts are left with rashes.
Sometimes, bed bug bites can get painful and very itchy. Swelling isn’t uncommon either.
Precisely, you won’t be able to sleep peacefully anywhere in your home if you have bed bugs. They follow the scent of blood. So, even if you sleep in the attic, or on the floor, they will easily find you.
What shouldn’t you try to tackle bed bugs on your own?
Bed bugs won’t die with sprays you find in the market – at least not all. Besides, they lay eggs in the most difficult corners where you can’t find them, and even if you do, you still can’t kill the eggs with sprays.
Next, if you think they will only be on beds, you’re wrong again. They can literally colonize anywhere: picture frames, edges of electronic gadgets, couches, even your bookshelves!
You will need the help of Detroit bed bug control service providers because:
- They have the right sprays and solutions that’ll kill bed bugs.
- They are well-trained to spot when there are eggs.
- Spotting and eliminating eggs is a testing job. You can’t do it, professionals can.
Getting rid of bed bugs isn’t a one-time thing. Once they have found their way into your home, it might require even months to end the infestation. Why? Well, eggs are the real dangers: a single egg that, if left behind, can trigger a full-blown infestation again.