24/7 Local Bed Bugs Removal Throughout The West Midlands
Bed Bug Information
A bed bug infestation is a real worry for homeowners and can be extremely detrimental for businesses. If you think your property might have bed bugs, it will be important to call us as soon as possible. These small insects can quickly spread and are often can only be dealt with by a bed bug pest control expert.
How to tell if you have a bed bug infestation
While a bed bug infestation doesn’t tend to carry a risk of dangerous bacteria or diseases, their bites can cause irritation. For some people, these bites can cause an allergic reaction as well.
In homes, particularly those with high-occupancy like blocks of flats, these bugs can easily spread. Bed bug pest control is especially important because of this, as these bugs can begin to affect your neighbours too.
For businesses, a bed bug infestation can seriously damage your reputation if left untreated. In particular, quick and efficient bed bug pest control is essential for hotels, B&Bs and similar establishments.
Bed Bug Removal Steps
If you suspect you have bed bugs in your home or business, it will be important to get in touch with us as soon as possible. We’re one of the most trusted bed bug pest control companies in the West Midlands and our team of fully qualified technicians have all the equipment and know-how to get rid of bed bugs for good.
The first step in removing bed bugs is to call our friendly and approachable team for a free quote. We’re available 24/7, meaning we’re always ready to help whenever you need it.
We’ll then inspect your property and put together a treatment plan to remove the bed bugs from your home or business. Don’t forget that our bed bug pest control is 100% guaranteed for two months.
To treat bed bug bites, ensure that the area is cleaned and apply a cream on the advice of your pharmacist or doctor. If you experience an allergic reaction, be sure to get medical advice immediately.
Bed bugs love to travel and often spread from high-traffic areas (like hotels) or through second-hand furniture. They can also attach themselves to luggage or other frequently transported items.
If you have noticed bites after sleeping, check for brown specks on your mattress and sheets. Pay particular attention to the corners and edges of your bed. Remember that the insects themselves can be difficult to see due to their size.