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Bed Bug Extermination Scottsdale

Scottsdale Bed Bugs Exterminator

A close up of bed bugs in a Scottsdale homeOnce you have them on your furniture, the only thing you’ll be able to think of is how to get rid of bed bugs. However, before you call us as your Scottsdale bed bugs exterminator of choice; it’s a good idea for you to learn a little something about these pests so you’ll know what you’re up against.

Although many people think that these pests take up residence in their namesake so you’ll only need to look in your bed for them, they can also be found in furniture. Bedbugs can be brought home with you from almost anywhere, like the store, hotel, gym or even office. If you’re trying to find out what kills bed bugs by looking online, you should remember that one female can lay up to 500 eggs in a lifetime. That means it’s better to contact us at Pest Control Management rather than try and tackle the problem yourself.

Although it’s not been proven that bed bugs carry disease to human beings, they feed exclusively on the blood so having them around for any length of time biting you can be uncomfortable.

Detect a Bed Bug Infestation

It’s important that you detect an infestation quickly because these pests multiply so rapidly. That’s where we come in because a detailed analysis by our expert management team knows exactly what to look for. Bedbugs are generally quite sneaky and tricky to spot, but our trained and licensed experts know exactly what to look for when it comes to evidence they’ve taken up residence with you.

The experts from the Pest Control Management will start in the bedroom and look for spots of reddish black fecal matter or skin that are cast off after molting. These professionals are even adept at finding the tiny eggs that are laid in dark recesses and any other telltale signs that you have an infestation.

Contact us today to see how we can help you control and eliminate pests.

More about Pest Control…

While pesticides have generally been the usual preferred method of exterminators, modern techniques include:

  • Biological Control
  • Non-chemical exclusion methods
  • I.P.M.(Integrated Pest Management) programs

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