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Bed bugs, or Cimex lectularius, are small insects from the genus Cimex. The bites of these pesky creatures are usually accompanied by small, reddish-purple spots. In addition to the physical consequences, some people may experience psychological effects such as rashes or blisters. The most common symptoms of bed bug infestations are skin rashes, prominent blisters, and allergic reactions.

The droppings of bedbugs are dark-colored and often appear as blood-filled shells. The bugs’ eggs are small, papery, and hard to see without a magnifying glass, so it is vital to inspect your belongings before calling a pest control company. If you notice the feces of a single insect, you should take it to the nearest pest control service for inspection. If you notice a few of them in your home, you should get rid of the infested items.

If you have bedbug infestation, it is important to get rid of the infested items immediately. Leaving infested furniture outside is another big risk. Insects will swarm and move to other areas, making it difficult for you to get rid of them. To prevent spreading bed bugs, you should dispose of all infested furniture promptly. If you’re moving or replacing furniture, you should make sure that it is removed from the house.

A bug spray or a fogger will not help. Infested items will only attract bedbugs. You should also coordinate home inspections with a pest control company like Action Termite & Pest Control. A professional will be able to get rid of the problem in the most effective way possible. You can also hire a professional to do the job. The most common prevention methods involve removing clutter from the home. You should avoid using any kind of insecticide that contains synthetic ingredients.

If you are in the Phoenix, AZ metro area contact our Bed Bug Specialists at Budget Bed Bug Control for help