Olympia Bed Bug Control
Quality Service in Pierce, Thurston, Grays Harbor, Mason & Beyond
Bed bugs are a growing problem throughout the United States. In many cases, the infestation is caused by travel or purchasing used furniture that has been infested with bed bugs. Regardless of how they enter your home, it is important to take action as soon as possible.
In fact, the longer you wait to get rid of bed bugs, the worse the infestation can become. If you are dealing with a bed bug infestation, our team at Venables Pest Management can help.
Call (360) 443-5813 or contact us online for quality Olympia bed bug control.
What Are Bed Bugs?
Bed bugs are small insects that are about the size of an apple seed when fully grown. They are reddish brown in color and can go unnoticed for a long time because they are nocturnal. Bed bugs feed on the blood of humans and animals while they are sleeping. They are most active at night but can be seen during the day if you look closely. If you notice small, reddish brown, pinhead-sized dots on your mattress or sheets, you may have bed bugs.
Signs You Have a Bed Bug Infestation
Signs that you have a bed bug infestation include:
- Red, itchy bites on your skin (often in a line)
- Blood spots on your sheets or mattress
- The presence of shed skins
- An unpleasant odor
- The presence of live bed bugs
If you notice any of the above signs, you may have bed bugs. It is important to look closely at your mattress, box spring, and bed frame to look for signs of bed bugs. It is also important to look at your sheets and pillowcases to look for signs of bed bugs.
What to Do If You Have Bed Bugs
If you notice any of the signs of bed bugs, it is important to take action immediately. The longer you wait, the worse the infestation can become. If you are dealing with a bed bug infestation, call Venables Pest Management.
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