Having bed bugs in your home is a very unwelcoming experience. There is nothing more unpleasant than waking up early in the morning to find small red bumps on your skin from the night before.
And the worst part – bed bugs are extremely tough to get rid of once you get them. Their slim and agile bodies can slide into the smallest cracks in your home, near your bed, around the baseboards and even in the tiny crevices of the floor.
Bed bugs take any given opportunity to move from one place to another. The most usual way to get bed bugs is with clothing or luggage after a stay in a hotel room that was already infested. House guests and second-hand furniture can bring these little insects into your home too. And once you have bed bugs inside your house, they stay there until you do something about it.
If you find bite marks on your skin after waking up, then it’s time to inspect all sleeping areas – sheets, pillows, mattresses, headboards and even bedsprings. Sometimes you can find bed bugs behind paintings and inside the electrical outlets. And if you have any doubts about it, you better call 01925 698 012 today to schedule our professional bed bug inspection. We cover all postcodes in and around Warrington.
Our technicians will treat the area like a crime scene, searching for any signs that can help them catch and eradicate these little culprits. Bed bug eggs are nearly impossible to see with a naked eye, but the adult bed bug is oval-shaped, flat, brown-reddish and about the size of an apple seed.
Have you already tried to remove the bed bugs on your own? Then you already know it is very tedious and stressful, and you are not able to find all eggs. Which means the problem does not go away. Thus, we offer a safe and efficient bed bug extermination service that starts with a detailed inspection of all living rooms.
After that we design a custom plan for effective treatment of your house. Two weeks later we come for a second visit to ensure your home is completely bed bug free. Book our guaranteed bed bug control service and benefit from one extra follow-up visit within a period of 3 months after the initial treatment.