Bed bugs are making a strong comeback in the United States and have become a real-life nightmare for many people. One of the serious problems with bed bugs is that they multiply rapidly, a single female bed bug can lay hundreds of eggs in a lifetime. The longer you wait, the more there will be!
Bed bugs survive off the blood from humans and animals. Although bed bugs are not known to transmit disease, their mere presence is extremely disturbing for many people. Bed bug bites can cause irritation, redness, severe rashes, and can leave blood spots on your sheets.
Bed Bugs in Oklahoma City are found in hotels, homes, and apartments. They are readily transferred throughout our community through clothing, used furniture, luggage, backpacks, and a myriad of other ways.
However they invaded your space, you want them gone. And you’ve come to the right place. Pest Defense Solutions is premier Oklahoma City bed bugs pest control company. Not all bed bug services are created equally. We go above and beyond to offer a thorough service that is not only extremely effective, but more affordable than many of our competitors.
With bed bugs, we leave nothing to chance, so we treat every possible hiding place with EPA approved bed bug products that work. We work with you in a joint effort to eliminate these pesky critters. This begins with the initial inspection then continues as we formulate and carry out a control program, and it doesn’t end until you are bed bug free!
Question: How do I know if I have bed bugs?
Answer: Bed bugs are nocturnal and prefer to stay close to where you rest or sleep. If you notice bites on your skin when you wake up, bed bugs could be responsible. Look for other signs like blood spots on your sheets. Pull up your sheets and check your mattress to see if you can find any bugs or eggs. Look at the seams of your mattress for black spots and stains-this could be bed bug feces.
Check throughout the room for living bugs, their eggs, or their molted skin. Do a quick internet search for bed bug images to help you determine if anything you found is actually a bed bug. Adult bed bugs are easy to identify. They are not extremely small like fleas. If you have any doubt, call us for a free inspection. We can help ascertain the presence of a bed bug infestation, and we can give you a free estimate for treatment.