Bed bug infestations are not uncommon in Tennessee. Bed bug infestations are on the rise in Clarksville and other areas. Although bed bugs can be controlled, they can be difficult to eradicate. Most bed bug infestations can be eliminated by a professional exterminator who will use the appropriate products and techniques.
Gemini Pest Control is the most respected bed bug exterminator in Tennessee.
Many people end up spending hundreds of dollars on DIY or consumer bedbug products only to find that the bed bugs are still there. Many people accidentally reintroduce bed bugs to their homes after they have been exterminated. These facts will help you avoid bringing bed bugs back into your home.
How can you tell if bed bugs are present? Bed bugs live on the blood of humans when they are most active. Bed bugs most commonly bite the skin around the neck, arms, legs, and face. Bed bug bites can be the first sign of an infestation. These bites are often misinterpreted by people as either mosquito bites or spider bites.
Here are some signs to look for if you suspect you may be infested with bed bugs.
We are often asked the first question: “How did they get into my house?” Sometimes bed bugs are called “hitchhikers”. You can find bed bugs in clothing, luggage, and old furniture. Bed bugs can quickly reproduce and are very small. A female can lay up to 5 eggs per day. They are usually found hiding in many places so that they are not easily detected once they have established a large number of eggs.
It can be difficult to treat bed bugs. Many bed bug treatments sold to consumers don’t work or the bed bugs repopulate due to people not knowing where to look for the source of the infestation.
Professional exterminators are the best way to get rid of bed bug infestations. Gemini Pest Control uses a proven method to eliminate bed bugs. We only use the most effective products and techniques. We also provide detailed instructions on how to prepare for bedbug treatment.
Knowledge is the best way to prevent a bed bug infestation in a home. These tips can help you reduce the likelihood of bed bugs infesting a home.