Bed Bug Removal in Greater Denver & Colorado Springs
Throughout Colorado, Bed Bugs are running rampant. These tiny biters can make your life miserable: they make themselves at home in your sheets, carpets, mattresses, and couches and feed off of your blood while you sleep. Don’t let the comfort of your home turn into a living nightmare!
The licensed, bonded, and insured professionals at Beeline Pest Control are bed bug elimination specialists. We’ll free you from unwanted house guests for good: we guarantee it! Do you have a bed bug problem? Here are a few ways to know:
Because bed bugs are tiny and nocturnal, identifying them can be difficult. Here are a few tips to help you determine whether or not your home is infested with bed bugs.
If you believe that you have a bed bug infestation, call Beeline Pest Control today. We will investigate the extent of invasion, discuss your options for extermination, and rid you of these painfully obnoxious insects.
Most people think bed bugs were all but eliminated during the 1940s and 1950s in the U.S., yet the country is seeing a resurgence of this unwanted pest. In addition to being found in private homes, bed bugs are becoming a problem in multi-unit residences and hotels. Thus individuals who have never traveled outside the United States may also find they have a problem with bed bugs in Denver.
Bed bugs can not transmit infectious diseases to people. The bugs are most active during the night hours and feed on a human’s blood, as they need blood to survive. People attract the pests when they emit CO2 while they sleep, and the bugs like the heat produced by the human body.
Not all individuals react to a bite from a bed bug. Some people tend to show signs of a bed bug infestation, yet other family members aren’t affected.
Humans can not see bed bugs without really looking. They hide in cracks and crevices during the daytime, often in a human’s bed. Loose wallpaper may be a sign these pests have invaded the home, and black fecal matter may also be witnessed along the edge of a carpet, in the corner of a room, or in and around outlet covers.
People often assume a clean home won’t have bed bugs, but nothing is further from the truth. Thus an uncluttered home will make it easier to detect them if they do decide to invade the residence.
As mentioned previously, bed bugs may be found anywhere humans are. Thus any sign of bed bugs requires a professional be called in.
Bed bugs make use of numerous items to travel between locations. The bugs remain dormant for extended periods of time when there isn’t a blood source available also, making it even harder to get rid of them once they move to a place.
Throwing away the bed and mattress where the bed bugs were found isn’t enough to resolve the problem. Taking this step often makes the problem worse, as the bugs are then spread throughout the home. The pests are still present in crevices and cracks also, and it often makes it harder for a professional to detect the bedbugs when measures such as this are taken.
Freezing temperatures have been shown to kill bed bugs, but the problem is the low temperature must be maintained for an extended period to eradicate the problem. These low temperatures aren’t seen in Denver sufficient to kill the pests. There may be short periods during the winter months where this solution would be viable, knowing when they are can be difficult, thus it’s best to have the home treated immediately.
Beeline Pest Control understands bed bugs, the problems they cause, and how to remove them from any building or a residence. Don’t throw away all of the bedding in a home, purchase new mattresses, and relocate until the problem is resolved. We’ll help you eliminate the problem in the shortest time possible and educate you on exactly how we will do so, allowing you to rest easy at night knowing the problem is gone for good.
In addition to being found in private homes, bed bugs are becoming a problem in multi-unit residences and hotels. People often assume a clean home won’t have bed bugs, but nothing is further from the truth. Thus an uncluttered home will make it easier to detect them if they do decide to invade the residence.
Throwing away the bed and mattress where the bed bugs were found isn’t enough to resolve the problem. Freezing temperatures have been shown to kill bed bugs, but the problem is the low temperature must be maintained for an extended period to eradicate the problem.
We service Denver, Littleton, Aurora, Lakewood and surrounding areas in Colorado and assist with not only bedbugs, but any pests that have taken over your residence. This includes wasps, termites, cockroaches, ants, spiders, rodents and box elder bugs.
Call today (720) 863-6676