Get Rid of Bed Bugs Today using Our Specialized Equipment and Procedures
Bed bug infestations are on the rise. The National Pest Management Association recently released a study that reported an 81% increase in bed bug calls since 2000 for pest management companies. So how do you know if you have bed bugs? The pesky creatures are flattened, wingless insects that are about the size of an apple seed. The brownish or reddish insects feed solely on the blood of humans or animals and got their name because they've adapted to living in or near the bedding of humans.Bed bugs can be found hiding in bed frames, furniture, closets, tiny wall cracks and behind pictures. A few bed bugs hitchhiking onto your suitcase can rapidly become a major bed bug infestation. A female bed bug can lay as many as 500 eggs during her lifetime, and each cluster can contain as many as 50 eggs. The eggs hatch in a week or two, and nymphs can reach adulthood in as little as three or four weeks.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency have issued a joint statement noting bed bugs rapid resurgence and have warned consumers to use caution in choosing bed bug treatments. Rest assured that Arrest-A-Pest technicians have been trained in the latest treatments and protocols to rid your home of bed bugs. We will recommend and implement a solution that will give you piece of mind!