How Bed Bugs Get Into Charlotte Homes

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How often do you think about how pests get into your home? Bed bugs are often associated with dirty, almost uninhabitable places. In reality, bed bugs can get into even the cleanest of homes. How and why do they get inside?

We’ll talk about how bed bugs travel and what brings them into your home. Don’t worry, we’ll also talk about how to get them out again once they get in.

What Are Bed Bugs?

Bed bugs are small black bugs, usually less than five millimeters long. They survive on blood meals which they can get from humans and animals.

They travel along with humans. They’ll get into suitcases and clothing and hitchhikes with travelers. Unfortunately, that means they can be found just about everywhere that humans spend time. Learn how to protect your home from these pests.

Where Can You Find Bed Bugs?

We’re already mentioned that bed bugs don’t only live in dirty places. So, where do they live? Bed bugs can be found almost anywhere, in hotels, apartments, medical facilities, transportation hubs, vehicles, and more.

These bugs seek out warm, dark areas to live in. They get their name because they often live in beds and bedding. However, they can also be found in couches, drawers, carpets, toys, bags, and anywhere else they have access to a meal.

How Do Bed Bugs Travel?

Bed bugs travel by hitching a ride with humans. They may get into your clothes or hide in your baggage. Bed bugs can even get inside electronics and be transported that way.

Even if you haven’t been traveling, bed bugs can be carried into your home with furniture, appliances, and clothing. They could be hiding in a used chair or could be picked up by your child at school.

To prevent a bed bug encounter, make sure to inspect items carefully before bringing them into your home. Wash your clothes and your child’s clothes after a day out of the house. Always keep an eye out for small, black bugs because the sooner you take care of them, the better.

How Can You Get Rid Of Bed Bugs?

What happens if bed bugs do get in on a new couch or after a long trip? Is there any way to get rid of bed bugs? The internet is full of do-it-yourself solutions, but we recommend coming straight to the professionals.

Bed bug infestations lead to sleepless nights, itchy bites, and sometimes allergic reactions. The discomfort of bed bugs will only get worse the longer they are in your home. Plus, it can be difficult to kill bed bugs in every stage of development. If you only target adult bed bugs, you’ll have a second infestation once eggs hatch.

ProForce LLC has the solution you need. Our treatment is fast and effective. As soon as you see signs of bed bugs, call us to come by for an inspection. We’ll determine how much the problem has spread and locate rooms that need treatment.

Our solution is designed to give long-term results. Don’t wait for bed bugs to drive you crazy or make you question the cleanliness of your home. Call ProForce LLC for your home pest control needs and get bed bugs out of your North Carolina home.

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