Albion We Guarantee Our Bed Bugs Treatment Will Work!
Completely trained and ceritified our Bed Bugs Albion Pest Controllers are the best in the business. We strictly follow the Pest Control Industries Code Of Practise when treating Bed Bugs which states the best formula for success. Our Technicians will go through the Bed Bug Inspection and Treatment Process with you and answer anys questions you may have.
Did you know having Bed Bugs is not a Personal Hygiene Issue! Bed Bugs have no preference on where they live, from High End Hotels to Humble Back Packer Hostels and every where in between. Being thrifty and purchasing pre loved furniture can come at a price because apart from travel, the easiest way to get beg bugs is with second hand furniture.
When in holiday mode most people walk into the accomodation and either throw their bags onto the bed or floor, over the next few days clothes end up on the ground as well. It sounds harmless but watch the video on this page and see how fast and agile Bed Bugs can be. Clothes on furniture or carpeted floors can be infected with Bed Bugs, to then be thrown into your luggage bag and brought home.
Older Bed Bugs can lay dorment for over a year before the need to find a blod host. This gives them the ability to forage through your home looking for a suitable food source. Typically these biting critters will devour human blood but they have been known to target family pets as well.
Bed Bugs are one of the most difficult pests to effectively treat. For a successful treatment our Beg Bugs Albion Pest Controllers do a vary of modern techniques which collectively will destroy the infestation.
Where Do Bed Bugs Live?
Out of sight these biting insects are harboring your in your bed ready to feed. Once you settle down for the night and stop moving about they wait until they can feel the warmth of your body heat and come out to eat. The host will provide blood for all the bed bugs and for the females to produce eggs. The Bed Bug will pierce your skin using its needle like mouthpiece and draw enough blood in a few minutes to increase their body weight by five times. Producing its own glue the female bed bug will glue her eggs in the crevices of your bedding. The eggs have to be put out of harms way but close enough to be about to find a food source once they hatch. One of our Bed Bugs Albion technicians will be able to show you all the hiding spots these biting insects will hide in.
What Do Bed Bugs Look Like?
Often confused as fleas, Bed Bugs are round/oval in shape and approximately 5mm in diameter. The way they look can differ by being brown in colour then going to a dark red after a feed. Their reduced profile can likewise transform to a much rounder one after feeding.
What Do Bed Bug Bites Look Like?
Bed Bug bites are not painful at first and this allows them sufficient time to get a good feed. It is not uncommon for a bed bug to be on you, feeding for up to 10 minutes. To reduce being found out the Bed Bug will stay on your bedding and simply target the skin which is in contact with the bed linen. Diagnosing Bed Bug bites can be tricky as they might not be signs for days. Misdiagnosing bed bugs for another biting insect may be common on people that show no reaction to being biten however others may break out into itchy red welts. If you develop a rash after being bitten by suspected bed bugs we suggest you seek medical advice. It is possible for a doctor to give you an allergy test which might indicate exactly what triggered the inflammation. This is a much faster result than sending a sample board to our Entomologist.
How To get rid of Bed Bugs
Our Bed Bugs Albion experts say that some customers think the dearest thing about bed bugs is the treatment costs but, it is in fact the amount the furniture (beds, mattresses, lounges, rugs and carpet) that customers throw away. The majority of times all this can be saved utilizing simple to set up Bed Bug products. There are a number of products available which will be needed as part of the total treatment. Your Trained Albion Bed Bug Expert can advise you on what products will be suitable for yourself. With adult Bed Bugs being able to last longer than a year without feeding and short term program will eventually fail and a reinfestation will occur.
Bed bugs are among the hardest insects to treat needing a combined effort by us and the customer. Dealing with the adult bed bug is only the start of the process as there could be 500 eggs ready to hatch. Using modern techniques and state of the art chemicals we offer the safest and most effective chemical/non chemical treatment program on the market. We have a range of mattress, ensemble and pillow case protectors that your Bed Bugs Albion Technician will give you on the day of treatment. Also you will be provided an extensive "check list" on things you will have to do the day before the treatment is done.
What If It Is Not Bed Bugs Biting Me?
We need to conduct an inspection first to identify that the biting insect is actually Bed Bugs. Seeing bite marks on the skin usually gets associated to fleas or bed bugs but can sometimes be some form of mites or lice. If Bed Bugs or Fleas are not found but biting insects symptoms are present we can put down sticky traps to collect samples over the course of a week. Being microscopic insects, these samples are sent to an Entomologist for analysis. Once the results are gotten back we can do the right treatment procedure to the biting insect that has actually been discovered.
Cost Of A Bed Bug Treatment in Albion With a Warranty
The program price in taking care of bed bugs is even more than your typical Pest Control Treatment. This is due to the fact that there is so a lot more entailed in the program process and also handling biting insects. A successful application could take two visits which will all be covered under the initial price. We use a 6 month service warranty to guarantee the insect bugs are gone.
Give our Bed Bugs Albion experts a call to go through your Bed Bug Treatment options and costs. Please call our knowledgeable staff on 1800UNCOVER (1800862683).