Bed Bug Control
24/7 Pest Control offers you effective bed bug control in London! Bed bugs are bloodsucking parasites that spread quickly throughout your property and are extremely hard to notice. While they don't carry any diseases, their bites cause irritation and in severe cases – inflammation that can lead to serious consequences. They also tend to spread quite quickly and manage to infest even the oddest of places.
Save yourself a headache and call 24/7 Pest Exterminators for an instant bed bug extermination procedure.
With years of experience in bed bug treatment, the technicians we work with know exactly where to look for the signs of infestation. The potential evidences include not only live and dead bugs, but also faecal matter marks, cast off skins, and whitish hatched eggs. Another sign of bed bug presence at your home is a sweetish almond scent in your bedroom. These and many more signs are obvious to your bed bug exterminator and he'll manage to detect the marks if you are uncertain.
But if you've managed to notice any of those yourself, call us immediately for a bed bug extermination. Infestations in the early stages are easier to battle, but don't hesitate to call us even in the most severe cases – we know how to leave your property completely pest-free, regardless of the situation!
It's difficult to fight back bed bugs by yourself – call us for bed bugs pest control! We have been treating infestations in many private and commercial properties around London and surrounding areas for years. All pest control technicians are certified and know how to conduct a throughout pest control session.
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Bed bugs are bloodthirsty insects that usually hide in mattresses, bed linen, behind bed frames, loose wallpapers, or even in electrical sockets and telephone devices. They are nocturnal, so they are hard to spot – even when you know that your home has been infested. Adult specimens can live up to 18 months, and females can lay up to 350 eggs during their life cycle. They can lay four eggs per day – a single pregnant female can result in an infection of 200 bed bugs in just a month! They multiply easily, especially under the right conditions, which human homes provide.
There are two types of bed bugs found across London. The Common bedbug is the one that we usually associate with infestations in your home. They are oval wingless insects, approximately 5mm long and are red-brown in colour. Martin bugs usually live in bird nests but can be introduced to your property via contact with stray animals, especially during the summer and autumn. Both types bite people.
Bed bugs do not carry any known disease vectors but are still genuine hazard to your family's health. While feeding on you, they inject a fluid in your body that prevents blood clotting. Bites cause skin irritation and inflammation, and in more severe cases – allergic reactions, swelling and anaphylaxis which can all lead to severe consequences.
You can spot bed bugs by their reddish-black bodily deposits and blood-spotting in your bed. Bed bugs also feed on animals, including dogs, cats and parrots, so you might want to check your pet's sleeping area as well. Or you can leave the pest inspection to your bed bugs exterminator in London who will know all the tell-tale signs.
#1 The best way to prevent a possible infestation is to keep a high standard of hygiene and housekeeping at your property. Bed bugs prefer to have warm places to hide and thrive on poor hygiene and in messy rooms.
#2 In case you've noticed an infestation, it's best advised to launder all of your clothes and bed linen with hot water. It's extremely important that you put your clothes in a sealed plastic bag before getting them out of the infested room – otherwise the bed bugs will easily spread to other parts of your property.
#3 When you hire a professional bed bugs exterminator, leave your home as it is. Don't change the temperature in your house, as this might force the insects to seek shelter. Remove all pets, including fish, from the property. During the duration of the bed bugs fumigation, you must also be outside of the treated area, as the chemicals we use are lowly-toxic when airborne.
#4 It's extremely important to sleep in your bed the night after the treatment. This will lure the parasites back to the treated areas (such as your bed) where the pesticide will take care of them which will lead to a successful bed bugs control procedure in London.