BED-BUG CONTROL

Bed-Bug Pest Control

Bed bug pest control is no small matter for business owners in the hospitality industry. Hotel, hostel, and B&B operators alike are all at risk of huge damages to reputation, loss of revenue, and costly room refurbishments if they don’t take bed bug pest control seriously – and if an infestation attracts media attention, the business consequences can be dire.

Problems due to Bed Bugs infestation:

1. Infection from scratches

Bed bug bites can be extremely itchy, causing a strong desire to scratch until the itch goes away. And because bed bugs frequently bite us in the middle of the night while we are sleeping, we unconsciously scratch them, resulting in flesh wounds in the morning. Small open wounds caused by constant scratching may not seem serious, but germs and bacteria can enter the wound and cause an infection if left untreated. A bacterial skin infection can be identified by expanding redness around the wound, increased swelling, and tender bumps that are warm to the touch. Cellulitis, impetigo, and boils are examples of common skin infections.

2. Allergic Hypersensitivity from bed bugs bites

One of the more serious health risks associated with a bed bug infestation is an allergic reaction to bed bug bites. Because bed bugs bite to feed on the blood of their hosts, some people may have severe allergic reactions after being bitten, resulting in life-threatening situations. People who are allergic to insect bites and stings may experience anaphylactic shock, which is characterized by wheezing, tightness in the chest, swollen or itchy lips or tongue, and throat tightness. Anaphylactic shock is often fatal and necessarily requires immediate medical attention.

3. Lack of sleep

If a bed bug infestation in the home becomes too severe, it can cause sleep deprivation. The numerous bites, never-ending itch, and thought of crawling bugs around are bound to keep anyone awake all night, leaving them physically and mentally exhausted the next day. Accidents, impaired thinking, heart disease, and loss of appetite can all result from a lack of sleep. In severe cases, this can lead to poor work performance as well as family issues and arguments.

4. Stress

Living in a bedbug-infested home can be extremely stressful and frustrating due to the rapid spread of bed bugs throughout the home, recurring damage to bedsheets and curtains, and constant biting on the body. Living in a stressful environment for an extended period can cause a great deal of emotional anxiety, which can lead to health problems. Stress-induced emotional anxiety can lead to unhealthy behavior and habits such as drinking and smoking, which can have an impact on our immune system and its ability to fight off antigens, making us more susceptible to all types of infections. Stress can also cause an increase in heart rate and blood pressure, as well as a disruption in our digestive system. All of this can increase the likelihood of contracting dangerous diseases.

Signs of Bed Bugs Infestation:

1. If you wake up with itchy areas where you did not have them when you went to bed, you may have bedbugs, especially if you purchased a used bed or other used furniture around the time the bites began. Other indications that you have bedbugs are:

2. Bloodstains on your sheets or pillowcases

3. Spots of dark or rusty bedbug excrement on sheets and mattresses, bedclothes, and walls In areas where bedbugs hide, look for fecal spots, eggshells, or shed skins.

4. An offensive, musty odor from the bugs' scent glands

5. Live insects - Despite their small size (adults are only 4-5mm long), live bed bugs and shed skins can be seen.

Where you can spot bedbugs?

1. Bed frames and headboard crevices
2. Mattress seams
3. Carpets and underlay
4. Skirting boards
5. Between timber floorboards
6. In cracked or broken plaster, behind peeling wallpaper
7. Inside electrical sockets and fittings
8. Drawers and cupboards
9. Wardrobes
10. Bedside cabinets

If you suspect an infestation, remove all bedding and thoroughly inspect it for signs of the bugs or their excrement. Examine the seams in the wood framing by removing the dust cover from the bottom of the box springs. Remove the staples that hold the fabric to the wood frame.

Examine the area around the bed, including inside books, telephones, or radios, the carpet’s edge, and even electrical outlets. Bedbugs can attach to clothing, so check your closet.

If you are unsure about bedbug signs, contact a pest control service provider who will know what to look for.

Tips to get rid of Bed Bugs:

  • Remove all clutter from your home, which makes finding bed bugs easier.
  • Wash and dry your bed linens on the hottest temperature permitted.
  • Closely inspect any second-hand furniture before bringing it in your home.
  • Inspect your home after moving, trips, service calls or overnight guests.

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Bed-Bug Control FAQ's

Bedbugs are small, oval, brownish insects that feed on animal or human blood. Adult bedbugs are about the size of an apple seed and have flat bodies. However, after feeding, their bodies swell and turn a reddish color.
Bedbugs are not able to fly, but they can move quickly across floors, walls, and ceilings. Over the course of a lifetime, female bedbugs can lay hundreds of eggs, each about the size of a speck of dust.
Finding small blood spots on bed sheets, fecal pellets, a distinct odor, and, of course, live insects are all common indications of the presence of bed bugs.
Bedbugs are most active at night and typically bite people while they sleep. They feed by penetrating the skin and sucking blood through an elongated beak. The bugs feed themselves for three to ten minutes before crawling away unnoticed.
The Costs of a Bed Bug Infestation include
1. Reputational Damage
2. Value of Accommodation Dropping
3. Loss of Revenue
4. Cost of Replacing Your Inventory
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