Tips for Conducting a Bed Bug Inspection
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If you think that you have bed bugs in your home, then it may be time to conduct a bed bug inspection. While it is recommended for you to have your home professionally inspected if you find any telltale signs of bed bugs, there are a few things that you can do on your own to tell if you have a bed bug infestation. The first place to check is your mattress and your bedding. Note that in severe infestations they can actually spread throughout your home.
Conducting Your Own Bed Bug Inspection
Inspecting your home for bed bugs is not an easy task. You will start by looking closely at your mattress and your bedding. Early on, these pests are not large enough to be seen by the naked eye. You will need to look for signs of them, rather than looking for the actual bugs themselves. During a bed bug inspection you may notice that they leave behind smears of blood, or fecal matter on your sheets. The problem is that there are often times no sign of them until you already have a major infestation on your hands. This is why professional bed bug inspection is so important.
Professional Bed Bug Inspection
Since it is sometimes impossible to know whether or not you have bed bugs without a professional bed bug inspection, it is highly recommended that you seek professional services. The good news is that we offer different bed bug inspection methods for you to consider. Chicago’s Platinum Pest Solutions is proud to offer NESDCA certified K-9 scent detection teams to assure early detection is achieved. The sooner we find the problem, the easier it will be to get rid of them.
Call Today for More Information
Don’t let your problem get out of hand. Give us a call today at Platinum Pest Solutions. We offer bed bug inspection options for both commercial and residential clients. (708) 206-BUGS (2847)