Detroit Bed Bug Extermination
Number One Bed Bug Extermination Team in Detroit
Let’s be honest about it, there’s very little that horrifies Detroit residents the way that a bed bug infestation can. In general, people in Detroit are quite resilient and not easily spooked, but we at Advanced Pest Control regularly receive phone calls from shocked residents who discover what they believe to be bed bugs in their home.
The simple fact of the matter is that bed bugs are a real nuisance and can wreak havoc on the wellbeing of a Detroit home. Thankfully for you, help is at hand. With a wealth of experience in all aspects of bed bug extermination, there is no job too big or task too small for our skilled and experienced team of professionals.
Each member of our team has dealt with a countless number of bed bug infestations in the Detroit area, and we know exactly what it takes to get your home bed bug free in no time at all. Don’t take chances with inferior extermination teams when the specialists in the Detroit area are here for you to use.
Can You See Bed Bugs?
Honestly, this is one of the questions that we receive most frequently from our clients and new customers in the Detroit area, and unfortunately the answer to this question is yes, but it is difficult to do so.
What many people don’t know is that bed bugs can be extremely hard to find despite the fact that they have afflicted homes in every town and city across the US, including right here in Detroit. If you want a brief explanation on what bed bugs look like, their life patterns and their complex feeding patterns then this primer from the University of Minnesota is a great starting point:
“Eggs hatch in about six to 10 days and the newly emerged bed bug nymphs seek a blood meal. Immature nymphs molt five times (i.e., they shed their outer exoskeletons in order to grow) before reaching adulthood. They need to feed at least once before each molt, although they could feed as often as once a day. There may be three or more generations per year.”
One of the biggest reasons why bed bug bites are so serious is because many people mistake them for mosquito bites and continue to sleep in their bed despite an infestation taking place. Alternatively, many people have no visible reaction whatsoever to them and this can also make it hard to fix the problem.
Typically, mature bed bugs are the size of an apple seed, are reddish-brown in color, and generally tend to be wingless and flat. However, they do swell up after a blood feeding and when this happens, they can also turn red or brown in color.
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If you want a superior bed bug extermination team, then you need to call us at Advanced Pest Control today and allow us to help you!