One of the most troublesome pests that a homeowner can encounter is the bed bug. Bed bugs are insects that feed on the blood of vertebrates and can be found almost everywhere humans are present. Bed bugs are named as such because they can usually be found around beds or other places people are sedentary for periods of time, like sofas and chairs. They are attracted to body heat, CO2 exhalation, and specific odors — making humans the perfect target for their meals and their homes the perfect place to live.
Bed bugs multiply quickly. Bringing a few home after traveling can result in an infestation of tens of thousands. Once you suspect you have bed bugs, it is important to contact a professional to eliminate the problem once and for all.
There are several ways to spot signs of bed bugs, but the most telling sign is experiencing bites. Every individual can have different reactions to bed bug bites, so it is best to consult a medical professional to determine what type of insect is affecting you.
Beyond bites, you might notice stains left behind from their feces along the seams of your mattress. It is also possible you will see live bed bugs hiding in crevices and cracks, or notice their skin casts from molting.
Not only are homeowners at risk for bed bug infestations, commercial properties like apartments and hotels can fall victim to these terrorizing creatures. No matter if they are in your home or your business, bed bugs are a serious problem that require professional pest control solutions.
As a leading bed bug exterminator in the Bay Area, We Care Pest Solutions begins with a thorough inspection and follows up with careful treatment designed to rid your house of bed bugs.
Did you know that dogs are 98% accurate when detecting bed bugs? Even on their best day, humans are only usually 30% accurate. Certified dogs are provided by a 3rd party independent bed bug detection company for accountable, non-biased reporting.
If you think you have bed bugs, an inspection is the paramount first step to solving the problem the first time. An inspection is required prior to any treatment for bed bug removal, even if bed bugs have already been identified. Not only do we confirm the problem, but the inspection enables us to determine the level of infestation and create a treatment plan that best fits your needs.
We Care is committed to the safety of our customers and their families, which is why we use integrated pest management techniques and least toxic products and methods whenever possible. We work to effectively eliminate pests while minimizing risks to children, pets and the environment.