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Bed Bug Pest Control2019-11-18T12:22:20+00:00
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Bed bugs have become an epidemic in some cities in recent years. Bed bugs are the size of an apple seed or smaller. They hide in the cracks of beds during the day until the nighttime when they feast on sleeping humans. It’s hard to tell if your bed is infested because sometimes people don’t exhibit any signs of bites. Small, red, itchy spots around your head and limbs might mean you bed bugsThe female bed bug lays hundreds of eggs during her lifetime. The newly hatched eggs are tiny and are harder to spot than adult bedbug.

  • They feed off on humans and other animals such as dogs, cats, mice, rats, birds. They normally feed at night.
  • Eggs are laid in mattresses, bed frames and divan bases.  Eggs can be found on rough surfaces as well. The average life span is 6-12 months.
  • They feed every 10 days when mature.
  • They hide in bedding, mattresses, blankets, cracks and crevices during daylight hours. They can also hide in upholstery on chairs and sofas.
  • Bed bugs don’t carry disease
  • They do suck blood but the actual bite is painless
  • They do not live under your skin or
  • Bed bugs or their eggs are hitch-hikers.

They typically enter your home with new pieces of furniture, like beds, chairs and couches. They are also picked up in hotels and brought home in your luggage. Carefully inspect your hotel room for bed bugs when you arrive with a focus on the bed and furnishings remember they can hide in tiny cracks and may be on hard surfaces between the walls and the headboard. If you find them alert the hotel management and find a new place to stay.

If you are looking for the services of rat control in Manchester, then you can call our professionalist. Our team has expertisation in bed bug pest control and wasp control services in Manchester.

If you find bed bugs in your home it is best to call a professional exterminator to eliminate the problem as trying to solve the problem yourself might give them more time to multiply.

Here at Manchester exterminators we know how to completely eliminate bedbugs from your home. We are the experts in bedbugs’ detection, control and prevention. Give us a call today on 0161 637 0339 and we won’t let you down.

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FAQ

Do I need an exterminator for bed bugs?2019-11-18T11:33:29+00:00

As a simple answer, Yes. Bed bugs are often hard to get rid of without a professional help. People who try and fix the problem using shop bought insecticides often make the situation worse as bed bugs breed fast. We recommend customers to call professional at first sight of the illusive bed bugs.

How long after bed bug treatment can I return home?2019-11-18T11:33:04+00:00

Often 2-3 hours after treatment. It’s safe to return home after insecticides dry up and any mist to subtle. Its not safe to be in the house while bed bug treatment is being carried out.

Can you ever get rid of bed bugs?2019-11-18T11:32:40+00:00

Yes, with professional help you can. Manchester Exterminators pest control service helped thousands of customers reclaim their homes after bed bugs infested their homes. We provide guaranteed work with 100% satisfaction rate.

How can I get rid of bed bugs fast permanently?2019-11-18T11:31:34+00:00

Bed bugs are often hard to get rid of without a professional help. Here at Manchester Exterminators we use various methods and techniques to eradicate bed bugs from your home. We use professional grade insecticide to control bed bugs. For treatment to work successfully you often need to prepare your home before the treatment. The pest control technician would advices you what to do before he/she arrives over the phone. Preparation work involves washing all beddings and clothes in bedrooms preferably at hot temperature to kill any bed bug eggs. Then the technician will apply treatment on mattresses, bed frames, floors, walls, curtains, sofas and other furniture. Your home may need more than one treatment visit to eradicate bed bugs.