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Home Bed Bug Treatment

Bed Bug Treatment

Our bed bug exterminators have extensive training and access to specialized equipment which allows us to eliminate bed bugs and prevent future infestations in your home or business.

Let us help you take back control of your property and provide lasting protection against bed bugs in the future. Contact us today for reliable and affordable bed bug removal!

Home Bed Bug Treatment

BED BUG TREATMENT

We work with property owners and managers all throughout Arkansas to remove bed bugs in their homes, multi-unit residential complexes, commercial businesses, hotels, restaurants, schools, churches, and much more.

Are Bed Bug Bites Dangerous?

Bed bugs are primarily nocturnal, feasting on human blood while people sleep, though they can also feed on pets like cats and dogs. While bed bugs don’t transmit diseases, their bites can vary in effect from person to person, potentially causing itchy welts, rashes, skin irritation, sweating, watery eyes, abdominal pain, and fatigue. Severe allergic reactions to multiple bites might necessitate medical treatment.

Bed bugs tend to feed every three to seven days but can survive months without feeding, making professional extermination crucial to ensure they don’t remain hidden and reemerge later.

Where Can Bed Bugs Live?

They can inhabit mattresses, box springs, headboards, upholstered furniture, carpets, clothing, and more, migrating via items like clothing, luggage, and furniture, and can move quickly, similar in speed to a ladybug, across rooms and floors.

Early Signs of Bed Bugs

Identifying a bed bug infestation often starts with discovering bite marks on exposed skin areas like the face, neck, arms, and hands during sleep. Bed bugs deploy anesthetic and anticoagulant agents during feeding, which may delay the appearance of bite marks up to 14 days, with some people not exhibiting noticeable symptoms at all.

When symptoms do develop, the bites may be:

  • Raised, itchy, red welts with a darker spot at the center and lighter swelling around it
  • Bites arranged in lines or clusters
  • Blisters or hives surrounding the bites

Additional signs of infestation include seeing bed bugs in mattress folds, shed exoskeletons, a sweet musty odor, or rust-colored spots on sheets or furniture.

What Do Bed Bugs Look Like?

Bed bugs are reddish-brown, flat, oval-shaped, and adults range from 5 to 7 millimeters. They possess four-part antennas and short, golden-colored hairs. Nymphs are smaller, translucent or pale yellow, and hard to spot with the naked eye.

What Do Bed Bug Eggs Look Like?

A female bed bug can lay 200 to 500 eggs in her lifetime, and these tiny (1 mm) eggs, which are difficult to see individually, are often found in clusters and range from transparent to pearl white.

Effective Bed Bug Treatment

For effective and safe bed bug elimination, Fairway Lawns Pest Control offers experienced exterminators who conduct thorough inspections to determine the best treatment strategies for your property. Our experts devise tailored treatment plans using top-quality products and methods to ensure excellent results.

Our commitment to safety means we will inform you of necessary precautions, like avoiding treated areas until they dry. Bed bug treatments typically require vacating the property for a minimum of two hours post-application.

The process from initial inspection to treatment can often be completed in a single appointment, depending on the infestation severity and property size.

BED BUG EXTERMINATORS SERVING ARKANSAS

With Fairway Lawns Pest Control’s advanced treatments and skilled technicians, your property will receive the best pest control protection and preventive care available. For premier pest control services in Arkansas, contact us today!