Bed bugs are one of the most feared and dreaded pests that make their way into our homes. Bed bugs make the top of the list for worst pests because not only are they extremely difficult to get rid of, they feed on the blood of their hosts, leaving behind painful and itchy bites. At the first sign that you have a bed bug infestation in your home, contact the professional bed bug removal experts at Armor Pest Control Services in Houston. Listed below are the most common signs to let you know if you have a bed bug infestation in your home:
Itchy, Red Bites: One of the first signs people notice when they have a bed bug infestation in their home is bug bites. These bites are typically red, swollen, and itchy. Commonly the bites will appear in a line formation, sometimes going straight and other times going zigzag patterns. While these bugs don’t spread diseases to humans, their bites do cause irritation. At the first sign of bed bugs in your home, contact Armor Pest Control Services in Houston.
Blood Stains: Many times when you have bed bugs in your space, you will notice small drops of blood that appear on your sheets and bedding. This is because bed bugs feed on the blood of their host, whenever the detach from you, blood will still be flowing from your bite and can get on your sheets and bedding.
It is important to remember that even though bed bugs get their name due to the fact that they most often make their home in mattresses and bedding, this is not the only area in your home you should worry about them dwelling. In fact, bed bugs can live anywhere that a human or other warm-blooded host is nearby. The difficulty with bed bugs is, they are able to feed and attach onto you anywhere and secretly hitch a ride back into your home completely undetected by you. Sadly, these pests breed at a rapid rate and can quickly go from a small infestation to a major one. If you have reasons to believe your home has become infested with bed bugs, contact Armor Pest Control. Our team will help you quickly get rid of these bugs so that you can enjoy your space without being bitten.