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When you start having more than a few sleepless nights and notice rashes on your skin, you may have a bed bug problem. While you may want to hit the panic button, the good news is there are many effective treatments used by technicians to eradicate your home of these pests. However, if you want to make sure you have bed bugs in your home before you make that call to the technicians, here are some common signs you’re likely to notice in and around your home.

Bed Bugs Themselves
If you suspect a bed bug problem, you can find out when they come out at night. Though they are only about the size of an apple seed, turning on a bright light near your bed will likely let you see them crawling about on your sheets and pillow.

Rust-Colored Stains
As much as we hate to tell you this, spotting rust-colored stains on your bedding and furniture means these are bed bugs that met their demise when you sat down on them or crushed them with your tossing and turning in bed. While this is disgusting, it is also a clear sign you do indeed have a bed bug problem that needs to be corrected as soon as possible.

Eggs and Shells
Even though bed bug eggs are extremely small, often only about one millimeter in size, they are nevertheless easy to spot. Since they lay a large number of eggs in one spot, you will soon be able to see a pile of discarded white eggshells. In most instances, these are found under your mattress or in a dark corner of your closet.

Now that you know the signs to look for that will indicate bed bugs are indeed unwelcome guests in your home, call on the experts here at Budget Bed Bug. Once you do, highly-trained technicians can come to your home, conduct a thorough inspection, and use state-of-the-art heat treatment technology to send bed bugs packing for good. To learn more and schedule a service appointment, call 623-256-0941 or fill out the online form at