Bed Bugs in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia
Identification of Bed Bugs
The rusty brown bed bug is a blood-sucking insect that becomes red after a blood meal. Their flat, broad oval-shaped bodies grow to be 1/4 inch.
Bed Bug Control and Treatment
Bed bugs in NC, SC, and GA hide during the day and come out at night from the seams in mattresses and box springs, from behind electrical switch plates, picture frames, wallpaper, baseboards and from out of suitcases, boxes and shoes.
SC, NC, and GA bed bugs dine on warm-blooded animals - but primarily humans. They do not transmit disease, but their bites become red, itchy welts.
Prevention of Bedbugs
Inspect and thoroughly vacuum suitcases after returning from a vacation or business trip. Consider bringing a large trash bag to keep your suitcase in during hotel stays. These unwelcome guests are elusive and often require professional attention.
Speak to a bed bug exterminator about bed bugs in Augusta, Marietta, Greenville, Anderson, Columbia, North Charleston, or Charlotte about how to kill bed bugs.
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