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Effective Bed Bug Treatment


 
 
Eliminate dangerous health risks with bed bug treatment from North Jersey Exterminating in Union City, New Jersey. Adult bed bugs are about ¼" long and have reddish-brown, oval, flattened bodies. There are numerous ways they can enter your home, as they travel in luggage, backpacks, suitcases, laundry, and more.

They usually bite at night, since this is when they are most active. Evidence of these nasty creatures includes droppings, egg castings, and mattress stains.

Tiny infestations can lead to serious problems. As your bed bug experts, we have the experience and knowledge to remove 100% of the infestation. Our treatments are perfect for homes, apartments, hotels, food processing plants, and organic industries.
 
Family sleeping together — Bed bug treatment in Union City, NJ
 
 

K9 Inspections

One of our most effective methods for detecting bed bugs is through K9 dog inspections. The K9 inspection team we use is one of the country's best. They are completely independent, meaning zero vested-interest inspections.

Signs of Bed Bug Activity

Bed bug infestations are characteristically marked by dark spotting and staining on mattresses and other resting areas. Also present will be eggs, eggshells, molted skins of maturing nymphs, and the bugs themselves.

Another likely sign of bed bugs is rusty or reddish spots of blood on bed sheets or mattresses. Heavy infestations are sometimes accompanied by a "buggy" or sweetish odor, although such smells are not always apparent.

Bed bugs prefer to hide close to where they feed. However if necessary, they will crawl more than 100 feet to obtain a blood meal. Initial infestations tend to be around beds, but the bugs eventually may become scattered throughout a room, occupying any crevice or protected location. They also can spread to adjacent rooms or apartments.
 

Health Issues

A common concern with bed bugs is whether they transmit diseases. Although bed bugs can harbor pathogens in their bodies, transmission to humans is considered highly unlikely. For this reason, they are not considered a serious disease threat.

Life Cycle of a Bed Bug

Female bed bugs lay their eggs in secluded areas. The eggs are tiny, whitish, and hard to see. When first laid, the eggs are sticky, causing them to adhere to surfaces. Under good conditions (70° - 90°F), the bugs can complete development in as little as a month, in which they produce three or more generations per year. Once bed bugs are introduced, they often spread from room to room throughout a building. Unlike other bugs that invade homes, bed bugs do not feed on the level of filth in a home. Cleanliness has little to do with most bed bug infestations.
Our goal is to remove 100% of the infestation
Contact North Jersey Exterminating in Union City, New Jersey, to rid your home or business of bed bugs once and for all.