Aurora Bed Bug Pest Control
Bed bugs have become a serious problem throughout North America and Aurora is no exception. Challenging to get rid of and control because of their ability to survive long periods of time without feeding, Integrated Pest Management has devised effective pest management techniques that eliminate bed bugs from your home or commercial property in Aurora.
Bed Bug Hiding Places
A thorough inspection of a property infested with bed bugs is necessary in order for pest control management to be effective. Habitats include mattress seams, bed frames, headboards, baseboards and carpet edges. Cracks and crevices, upholstered furniture and particularly any area used for sleeping are also potential hiding places for bed bugs.
What Do Bed Bugs Look Like?
Bed bugs are oval shaped and cannot fly. With blood as their sole food source, bites may be painless but often cause uncomfortable skin irritations, excessive itching and complications with allergies. Many report difficulties with stress, anxiety and insomnia due to the presence of bed bugs.
How Do Bedbugs Enter a Aurora Location?
Bed Bugs are most frequently transferred into the home or workplace through luggage and other items that have become infested at hotels, motels and other hospitality locations during travel. Bed bugs can also be brought into your property via used bedding, furniture and clothing.
How to Avoid Bed Bugs While Travelling
Common Signs of a Bed Bug Infestation Include:
Bed bugs have resurfaced in great numbers due to the banning of the use of specific pesticides. Integrated Pest Management employs effective treatments to remove bed bugs from your Aurora property. Our trained pest control specialists will meticulously eliminate all traces of an infestation with proven and effective techniques that are safe for children or pets.
Tips for Bed Bug Infestations:
Facts About Bed Bugs
Integrated Pest Management exterminators use only the most advanced pest control treatment methods to kill bed bugs. Call us to schedule an inspection if you suspect bed bugs have invaded your home or commercial location.