Say “Goodnight” To Bed Bugs With Providence Pest Control
If you’ve ever tried to thoroughly eradicate your bed bug problem by yourself, you’ve probably realized that it’s a monumental task. Not only are bed bugs small and great at hiding in tiny places, they also multiply at an alarming rate. They can also survive a long time — up to 550 days! — without their next meal.
That’s why, in order to take care of an infestation, you have to find and get rid of every viable bed bug. When you choose Providence Pest Control to take care of your bed bug problem, you can rest assured we’ll be absolutely thorough. In fact, we stand behind our work with a satisfaction guarantee. If you believe you’re suffering from a bed bug infestation, don’t hesitate to get the help you need. Call us today to schedule a free pest control inspection.
Why Work With Providence Pest Control?
- We’ll never increase your rates as long as you’re our customer
- We’ll never lock you into contracts, so you’re free to leave at any time
- We guarantee a full-service every time with no shortcuts taken
- We serve both residential and commercial customers
- We have garnered a great reputation online and in the community
- And more!
Bed bugs are back and unfortunately finding their way into our McDonough homes. These blood-sucking insects easily hitch rides in luggage, on clothing and on people. They have spread due to our population’s increased popularity in traveling.
Bed bugs present quite a problem if not identified early. You should immediately seek pest control services to put a proper prevention and eradication plan put into place.
Common Signs of Bed Bugs
Bed bugs may be difficult to spot, but they leave behind some pretty obvious evidence of their presence. The most obvious being the bites they leave behind.
However, bed bug bites can often be difficult to distinguish from mosquito or flea bites. So here are some other signs you could have an infestation on your hands:
- Crushed bed bugs will leave reddish stains on your sheets or mattress
- Dark spots that look like a permanent marker stain, which could be bed bug excrement
- Small egg shells and dull yellow skins that have
Bed bugs love to hang out in sheets, mattresses, box springs, and headboards. However, the bedroom isn’t the only place you’ll run into these bug-sucking pests. Any place that humans rest for a lengthy period of time could be a target, including your favorite recliner.
Contact Providence Pest Control For Reliable Bed Bug Control
If you suspect you have bed bugs, call Providence Pest Control today to schedule a free inspection. Our team of pest control experts will identify and make recommendations based on the level of infestation in your home.
Our treatment process will get the problem under control so you can sleep tight again.