First, know that bed bugs are more prevalent than ever because they used to be controlled by a now-banned treatment (DDT). Combine that with the fact that bed bugs are hard to locate and difficult to treat, and it’s easy to see that, if you do have an infestation, you’re not alone.
Bed bugs are often brought into a home through luggage or clothing, and burrow into mattresses and furniture. They find their way into cracks and crevices, and along baseboards, settling into nightstands, headboards, and carpeting. Early signs of a bed bug infestation include small spots on linens and mattresses, reddish or brown in color. People in your home may be experiencing red, itchy, swollen welts, often in a row.
If you suspect you have a bed bug infestation, contact us now for a free pest inspection. Or, you can make an appointment online or call us at 904-355-5300. We even offer re-inspections to keep you free of these frustrating, biting pests.