We take our duty to protect the residents of Miami Gardens from bed bugs very seriously. Unfortunately, it seems that Miami Gardens bed bugs are on the rise. Nobody knows for sure why the surge of bed bugs has occurred, but it’s likely caused by more and more people buying used furniture from Craigslist and accidentally bringing these bed bugs home.We can’t think of anybody who doesn’t mind bed bugs in their home. They’re one of the pests that you really can’t ignore. Bed bugs feed on humans when they’re sleeping. Bed bugs feed on humans by piercing the skin with what’s called a stylet. It uses its stylet, which has small teeth, to saw through tissue in order to find blood vessels. It will then suck blood for about five minutes before returning to its hiding place. The bed bug will simultaneously inject saliva into the body of the human it is feeding on. This saliva can create swelling and cause intense itching.
Miami Gardens bed bugs are good at staying hidden so you may not notice them for a while. Bed bugs will hide in small crevices, like the seams of your mattress, and only come out at night. In most cases we’ve dealt with in Miami Gardens, people don’t realize they have bed bugs until they get attached in their sleep. If you start to notice small fecal spots or blood smears on your bedsheets, then you’ve likely been infested with bed bugs and you should call us immediately. You should not sleep in your home if you suspect that you have a bed bug infestation.
You should call our Miami Gardens bed bugs experts if you suspect that you have a bed bug problem. Call us today and our Miami Gardens bed bugs experts can give you a hassle-free quote!