Emerald Bed Bug Control Stansted lead the way in bed bug removal throughout Essex, Kent and London.
Bed bugs are probably the oldest insect pest associated with human misery. Although they have never been associated with transmitting disease to humans, their dependent parasitism of man has been a scourge since history began.
Bed bugs are often extremely difficult to identify and it can often be problematic to highlight a problem. Bed bugs are often found in extremely small cracks and faults. Many people are bitten by bed bugs and this is usually an indication that an infestation is arising.
Nevertheless, it is still difficult to notice what the bites are if they occur. It is important to look for the following signs:
Thick, dark black stains located on the mattress and nearby areas.
Bedbugs emanate a disgusting sticky, soft odour.
Tiny dark spots that would indicate bedbug faeces.
Live insects that are evident within the dead; they usually measure between 4mm-5mm and can be visible from shed skin.
The bed is the first obvious place to check, but bed bugs often inhabit furniture and other furnishings. You should also check bed frames, headboards, in between mattresses, in an on carpets, between the floorboards and inside electrical sockets. Bed bugs can basically be found anywhere in a bedroom and infestations should be taken seriously. Bed bugs are often located in bedrooms because they require access to blood within the night. Essentially, bed bugs are attracted and enticed by body heat emitted by humans and the carbon dioxide when we exhale.
Bed bugs can be spread by simply carrying around clothing that carries an infestation. The bed bugs will then inevitably move onto other furniture or clothing and begin an infestation elsewhere.
We will conduct an initial survey to understand the extent of the infestation. After the initial survey, we will guide you through the services available. We offer tailored bed bug treatment, bed bug removal and bed bug fumigation. Whatever the problem is, we ensure that we will solve the problem promptly and professionally.
Call us now on 0800 130 3106 for more information on our services.