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Coping with Pest Infestations: A Pest Control Blog

Hi, my name is Brenda, and I have been affected by pest infestations in the past. I know how frustrating it is to constantly have ants in your kitchen or to have mice running out of the furniture. In this blog, I am going to share everything I learned on the journey to become pest free. Here, you will find posts on removing pests, keeping them out, killing them naturally and also, dealing with the gross feeling of living under the same roof as them. If you want to get rid of your pests without losing your mind, you have come to the right place. Pull up a seat, start reading and enjoy!

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Signs That You Have Bedbugs In Your Home

Invasive and difficult to get rid of, bedbugs are the worst nightmare for many individuals. While there are home pesticides and removal kits available for purchase, they often don't completely remove the pests, leaving you prone to future infestation.

There are numerous warning signs that your home has been invaded by these persistent pests, including the following. 

Bloodstains on Your Bedding

If bedbugs are sneaking in at night and biting you as you sleep, there's a decent chance that there will be small spots of blood on your clothing or bedding. If you find these spots on soft items or find welts on your body but aren't sure where they've come from, you may have a bedbug infestation in your home. 

Damp or Musty Odor in the Room

A group of bedbugs in a home will take on an odor of their own. A telltale sign of an infestation is a room, or several areas of your home, taking on a damp smell when there is no mildew, mold, or dampness in the area. If you notice this key sign, it may be time to look a little deeper and see if you see signs of an insect infestation. 

Spots from Excrement on Bedding or Soft Items

Bedbugs aren't shy about leaving their waste behind, and they're more than happy to leave it on your bedding, your child's stuffed animals, and your clothing. If you notice these dark spots cropping up around your home, you may need to contact an exterminator. These skilled professionals can provide you with the peace of mind you need.

Eggshells or Shed Insect Skins

Bedbugs will also leave behind piles of eggs, eggshells, and shed skins as they take over an area. These nests can be horrifying to find in your home, as they are a clear sign that the insects are making it their home, as well. If you find one, you'll need to reach out to a professional immediately to remove them from your home. Bedbugs are incredibly difficult to remove on your own, and while you can try to do so on your own, it's unlikely that you'll succeed. 

If you think there's a chance that you have a bedbug infestation, contact a company like Premier Termite & Pest Control to begin bedbug treatment as soon as possible. They can help you eliminate the infestation and reduce the chance of additional issues in the future.