Bed Bugs in Nevada - NV Bedbug Exterminator

Unfortunately for residents of Nevada, bed bugs are experiencing a resurgence. We hear about them on the news frequently and there are a great number of tips online outlining how to deal with them. Bed bug infestations are extremely difficult to combat; some people would rather move into a new home and buy new furniture than deal with completely eradicating these pests.

Nevada residents are at a surprisingly high risk for bed bugs. While most of the casino and resort hotels in Las Vegas and Reno are very clean and are kept to exacting standards, some of the cheaper or more run down hotels might be playing host to bed bugs. The cities of Las Vegas and Reno attract immense numbers of international tourists, many of which come from countries with relaxed pest control practices. While there haven't been too many cases of bed bugs in Nevada, because many Americans have never seen a bed bug before, bed bugs are easy to bring home on clothes and in luggage.

Bed bugs feed on the blood of warm-blooded animals. Bed bugs live in cracks and crevices and only come out at night to feed. The average adult bed bug is only about 1/4 of an inch long and the average young bed bug is only about the size of a poppy seed. Bed bugs don't carry any specific diseases, but they will inflict itchy and ugly bites on your skin. Always be on alert for bed bugs, even if you've purchased a new home. Bed bugs can go for months without eating, so some may be dormant in your house.

How can you tell if you have bed bugs? If there are dark brown spots on your mattress, or if there is fecal matter, insect shedding or live insects in or around your mattress, you likely have bed bugs. Bed bugs will hide in the folds of bed linens, in mattress seams and box springs, in curtains, beneath wallpaper, in corners of desks, dressers and cabinets, in wicker furniture, in laundry and in carpet. They are extremely difficult to fully exterminate, especially without a bed bug extermination company.

What should you do if you have bed bugs? Contact bed bug exterminators. Verify if they have experience with treating bed bugs. While there are many other steps you will have to take in order to rid your home of a bed bug infestation, a good bed bug exterminator can help eradicate this menace from your home.

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