Bed Bug Control
Bed bugs, scientifically called Cimex lectularius, are attracted to increased levels of carbon dioxide. When humans are asleep, we inadvertently exhale elevated levels of carbon dioxide because of our altered breathing patterns – which leads bed bugs to bite during the night.
These pests generally leave bites on the upper half of the body – closer to the carbon dioxide emittance. Another indication of a bed bug infestation is the presence of tiny, reddish spots on your sheets or pillows – or crushed bed bugs.
If you notice signs of a bed bug infestation, it’s crucial to alert an experienced exterminator immediately. Here at Canady’s, our technicians have the skillset and expertise you need to rid your home of bed bugs through a strategic process of inspection, elimination, and long-term prevention.
Upon initial indication of bed bugs, Canady’s Termite & Pest Control will thoroughly inspect the premises, looking for signs of bed bug activity. Once we have identified the source of the problem, our technicians rely on sanitation, pest exclusion, trapping, monitoring and other non-chemical tactics to rid the affected area of bed bugs before chemical methods are considered.
Finally, our team will craft a strategic pest management plan in order to thwart the threat of bed bugs infesting your property in the future. Canady’s emphasis on "IPM" ensures that maximum control is achieved with safety and efficiency. Trust Canady’s Termite & Pest Control to keep the pests away for good.
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