We take our duty to protect the residents of Kendale Lakes from bed bugs very seriously. Recently, we’ve been dealing with an increase in infestations of bedbugs in Kendale Lakes and the surrounding area. Nobody knows for sure why the number of beg bugs in Kendale Lakes are increasing, but common explanations are increased foreign travel, the exchanging of second-hand furniture, and the close proximity of living quarters.
We can’t think of anybody who doesn’t mind bed bugs in their home. Bed bugs will make their presence known in a way that makes it impossible to ignore them. While you’re sleeping, bed bugs come out to feed on you. They do this by piercing the skin with a stylet (basically, a long part of its mouth). It uses its stylet, which has small teeth, to saw through tissue in order to find blood vessels. The bed bug will then suck the blood of the human for 5 to 10 minutes before returning to its hiding place. The bed bug will simultaneously inject saliva into the body of the human it is feeding on. This saliva can create swelling and cause intense itching.
It’s often difficult to detect Kendale Lakes bed bugs. They will usually hide in the crevices around your bed and lay their eggs in the seams of the bed. You will know if you have bed bugs either from the bite marks and swelling, or from your bedsheets. If you start to notice small fecal spots or blood smears on your bedsheets, then you’ve likely been infested with bed bugs and you should call (954) 790-6417 immediately. Once you think it is possible that you might have bed bugs you should not sleep in your home until it’s been treated.
If you wake up with bite marks, think you saw a bed bug, or you have blood or fecal spots on your bedsheets, you should call our Kendale Lakes bed bug experts immediately! Not all Kendale Lakes Bed Bug treatments are the same, so contact us today to have our Kendale Lakes bed bug specialists come out to your home.