bed bug treatment

Bed bugs are small parasites that feed on the blood of humans. As a result of this feeding habit, bedbugs would much rather reside in bedding and mattresses where there is a constant source of food than anywhere else. The critical issue with bed bugs is the speed at which they spread. Pest Assured are number one when it comes to bed bug treatment methods.

Bed bug treatment is often necessary because bedbug infestations can be quite disturbing. People can often wake up with bite marks all over your body. This can result in a number of allergic reactions which can be much more worrying when you have children.

Once a bed bug infestation has made its way in to your home, bed bug treatment should be your number one priority.

Signs of Bed Bugs

Bed bugs tend to hide in small cracks and will usually feed in the early morning. It can be hard for the everyday individual to notice the signs of a bed bug infestation, but here are a few things you should keep an eye out for:

  • Dark/Black marks on your bedding (generally caused by bed bug excreta)
  • Small dark spotting (faecal pellets)
  • You will be able to smell a sweet odour
  • Blood spots on the sheets or even on the mattress
  • Live bed bugs can also be seen if an infestation is present

If you have noticed any of these signs, contact Pest Assured where one of our friendly staff will be waiting to assist. More importantly, all of our bed bug treatment plans are safe and affordable.

Eliminating Bed Bugs

Cleaning up the area of infestation can help in controlling bed bugs. However, chemical treatments are often required to fully exterminate these pests. Pest Assured’s bed bug treatment plans only use products that are safe to use in internal areas. Our methods are uniquely designed for effective control and will not harm people or animals. We guarantee instant and ongoing relief.

Contact Us

Contact Pest Assured today on 0423 665 678, and eradicate bed bugs from your home with our non-toxic bed bug solutions.

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