Bedbugs are tiny insects that commonly feed on human blood. During the day, they live in crevices in bedframes and furniture. At night, they come out to feed, typically on a sleeping person. Common symptoms of a bite include swelling, redness and itchiness.
An adult bedbug is only ¼ of an inch long with a flat, oval-shaped body. In size and appearance, it looks very much like an apple seed. It is naturally a light brownish-yellow color, but turns reddish-brown after it has fed. Reliable signs of the presence of bedbugs include areas marked by dark spotting and staining, remnants of their shed skins and small round blood spots on bedsheets.
You can’t get rid of bedbugs on your own, and there are no quick solutions to removing them from your home. Extensive knowledge about bedbugs and their lifecycle is necessary in order to effectively eliminate them without unnecessary exposure to pesticide residues. We use the latest tools and methods, including heating and freezing, to neutralize these pests, and we maintain clear lines of communication with you during the entire process so that you know what we are doing and why we are doing it.