bed bug control treatment
- Latin Name: Cimex lectularius
- Length: Up to 4 to 5 mm long or the size of an apple seed.
- Color: Reddish-brown
- Sounds: various lectus
- Digestive Tract: leo vitae varius tincidunt
Bed bugs are parasitic insects of the cimicidae family that feed exclusively on blood and are not good for humans as they become the prey.
They are extremely small and are not visible easily. This leads undetected infestation problems of course until you are bitten. There are different methods that can be followed in every household to control bedbugs which include steam cleaning, vacuuming, heating, freezing, washing, and throwing out old items. Bed bugs prefer to hide in cracks and crevices during the daytime and come out to feed on the host’s blood at night, usually while the host is sleeping. In order to stop this a pesti takes extreme care to clean the bedrooms, hall, wardrobes and carpets where they are usually found. Treatment includes non-chemical methods to eliminate them.
To have a sound sleep ensure your pesti inspects your house regularly