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I Think I Have Bed Bugs

Certainly the thought of having bed bugs can be unsettling. But don’t worry or panic, because we can help you!

Perhaps you have noticed bug bites on your body, or you have had an allergic reaction that you think could be bed bugs. Maybe you visited a place which you later heard was infested. Or perhaps you have seen visual evidence in your home that you think is from bed bugs.

Whatever your reasons for thinking you may have signs of a bed bug infestation, we can help. Our life’s work is to detect and inspect for signs of an infestation from your home or place of work, and to get back your peace of mind.

Did you know that a bed bug can live for one year on one bite, that a female bed bug can lay up to 500 eggs in her lifetime, and that a bed bug population can double in just 16 days? That is why you need to find out NOW if you have bed bugs, before the problem gets out of control.

Call Bed Bug Finders LLC today at (203) 377-2847 or click here!

We will send out one of our certified bed bug handlers, along with one of our smart and savvy bed bug dogs, to inspect your residence or place of business for bed bugs infestation.

How We Detect and Determine Whether Your Home or Business Has Bed Bugs

Our trained and certified bed bug dogs, along with human bed bug experts, can determine whether you have bed bugs. Did you know that bed bug dogs have such sensitive noses that their bed bug detection accuracy rate is 90%, while humans alone can only determine a bed bug infestation with a 25% accuracy rate. With our bed bug canine/human teams, we can quickly and efficiently determine whether you have bed bugs.

FREQUENTLY ASKED BED BUGS QUESTIONS

What Does A Bed Bug Typically Look Like?

Depending upon the part of the life cycle a bed bug is in, it can look differently. Keep in mind, though, that bed bugs do not fly or jump, so if you see a flying insect in your home, it is not a bed bug.

What Does a Bed Bug Bite Typically Look Like?

It depends upon the person – it could be a big reaction, with welts or a rash, or a small reaction, or no reaction at all. While some people have severe allergic reactions to getting bitten by bed bugs, did you know that one-third of people who are bitten by bed bugs do not have a physical reaction to it? That is why not having signs of being bitten does not mean that you are bed-bug free.

And it’s not like you can feel a bed bug bite when it happens, due to the “anesthesia” that a typical bed bug bite contains, which keeps you from feeling it.

In addition, what you think could be a bed bug bite, could actually be another type of bug, like a mosquito. Or a rash could be an allergic reaction to something completely different, like laundry detergent.

Treatment for Bed Bugs

What Are Signs of Bed Bug Infestations in My Home or Business?

Unless and until you have a massive infestation, you may not see evidence of bed bugs. Keep in mind that bed bugs are nocturnal pests who typically run around when you are asleep. Plus, they like to hide, which makes them difficult to spot on your own. If you have a big infestation though, you may see evidence of bed bugs, including live bugs, as well as bodies and feces.

I Think I Have Bed Bugs. What Should I Do?

If you think you have signs of a bed bug infestation, take a picture of it, please do so, and then you can have a bed bug expert look at it. Bed bugs are tough to treat, so you need to have a professional identify and treat your home or business for whatever bug infestation you may have.

Can I Treat Bed Bugs Infestation on My Own?

Not only do over-the-counter bed bug treatments not work, but some of them can be highly dangerous. You could hurt yourself, your family, and your pets by spraying chemicals yourself – not only can the chemicals be unsafe to breathe, but they can also be highly flammable. A number of people over the years have seen their homes burn down after applying bed bug sprays and pesticides themselves. Don’t do it – call in the trained bed bug experts.

How Do I Keep My Neighbors From Knowing?

Bed Bug Finders LLC understands your need for discretion. We will show up in an unmarked van, and we will be confidential when it comes to our bed bug inspections.

What If You Find Bed Bugs – What Happens Next?

If we find bed bugs, we will let you know of your bed bug treatment options. Because at Bed Bug Finders LLC we pride ourselves in being detection, verification and inspection specialists if our team discovers that you do in fact have an infestation we will refer you to one of our strategic partners that can exterminate those bed bugs and walk you through the range of effective treatment options available to you. While some other companies can be motivated to try to find an issue that’s not really there by fully dedicating ourselves to determining whether an infestation exists we are able to focus purely on delivering the most accurate results and by leveraging our years of industry experience we offer a unique insight into what detection strategies would be most effective and which are not really worth your time.

Contact us today at (203) 377-2847  to find out how we can quickly and discreetly determine whether or not you have bed bugs. We work at residential and commercial locations.

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