Miami Bed Bug Control

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Miami Exterminator prides itself in having some of the best bed bug experts. Recently, we’ve seen a large increase in the number of pest problems in the Miami, FL area. It is unknown as to why they suddenly surge in Miami, but common explanations are increased foreign travel, the exchanging of second-hand furniture, and the close proximity of living quarters.

What Are Bed Bugs?

Bed bugs are small, wingless, and flat. It is reddish-brown in color. They are very active at night. At daytime, they hide on bed like your mattress seams, frames, and headboards. They can also hide in little crevices and cracks on your floors, walls, and even furnitures.

Signs Of Infestation

The idea of bed bugs in your home is likely to strike fear in you. They will make their presence known in a way that makes it impossible to ignore them. They are pest that feed on humans when they’re sleeping. They do this by piercing the skin with a stylet (basically, a long part of its mouth). They use this stylet to saw through human flesh to find blood vessels for feeding. The they’ll suck the blood of the human for 5 to 10 minutes before returning to its hiding place. While it’s feeding, it will inject a saliva into the human, which causes swelling and itching.

Bed bugs are good at staying hidden so you may not notice them for a while. They will hide in small crevices, like the seams of your mattress, and only come out at night. Most people don’t realize they have been infested until they wake up with tons of little bites on their body. Another way to discover bed bugs, besides having a lot of bite marks, is to have blood or fecal spots on your bedsheets. Once you think it is possible that you might have this kind of pest living in your house, you should not sleep in your home until it’s been treated.

Here is a list we provided to help you identify if you have an infestation:

  • Dark stains on mattress
  • Unpleasant scent
  • Small dark spots
  • Shed skins
  • Blood spots on sheets

How Did You Get Infestation?

You can get infested with bed bugs when you come home from an infested place or infested furnitures. They can hitch a ride in your luggages, backpacks or purses. They can even travel between rooms in multi-unit buildings such as apartment complexes.

To avoid bringing bugs home, place your bags on suitcase stand. When returning home, remember to wash your clothes. And when you just bought furnitures, remember to inspect it before bringing inside.

Give Us A Call!

You should call our exterminators at (305) 290-4404 if you suspect that you have a bed bug problem. Not all bed bug treatments are the same, so contact us today to have our specialists come out to your home.

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