Are you sharing your bed with unwanted insect guests at night? With bed bugs becoming more common than ever thanks to increased travel throughout the country, it is likely you or someone you know has experienced this nightmare. That’s where your local Clegg’s Pest Control heroes can help!
Bed bugs can be almost impossible to spot with the untrained eye. Our Clegg’s team employs bed bug detection dogs and the latest field equipment to accurately identify infestations. Reach out to your local pest control heroes today at (888) MRCLEGG to request a free inspection of your home! Our experienced bed bug exterminators will closely inspect the areas around your home to identify and exterminate your infestation. Call us today and let us get to work de-beg-bugging your home!
How do bed bugs spread?
Bed bugs have a few different ways of entering your home. One common way they enter people’s homes is through luggage after returning from a vacation. The bug gets into your bags in your hotel or Airbnb and crawls out once you’re back home. Another way is through outside second-hand furniture that is brought into the home. Any time new furniture enters your home, it is a good idea to have the entire house inspected by our team as the insect is known to spread quickly.
What are the signs of a bed bug infestation?
The first sign you should look for is the physical presence of the bed bugs themselves. A thorough inspection with a flashlight will help to identify specific place of the home in which bed bugs might be calling home. Check all around your bed, including in sheets, headboards, box springs, bedside furniture and surrounding carpet. If bed bugs are present in your bed, you will likely wake up with small bites all over your body. You should also look for small dark spots or blood spots on sheets, or evidence of bed bug eggs.
Where do bed bugs lay eggs?
Female bed bugs like to lay eggs in the cracks and crevices around your bed. One female can lay up to 250 eggs in her lifetime–– each egg will hatch in approximately a week. Offspring bed bugs come out hungry, so it is important for the reproduction cycle that eggs are laid close to the food source. If you see anything in your home or business that looks like bed bug eggs, call our Wilmington pest control team immediately.
Clegg’s knows how to eliminate bed bugs in Wilmington!
If you are tired of worrying whether your home is experiencing a bed bug infestation, call Clegg’s Pest Control today at (888) MRCLEGG for your free inspection. We have served Wilmington and the rest of North Carolina for over 50 years and guarantee that we will be able to solve your pest problem.