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Bed Bug Treatments

by NOLA Pest Control

For A Free Service Estimate & Immediate Attention

CALL US TODAY! (504) 250-8088 white-phone

Are You Tired of Dealing With Bed Bugs?Contact Us Now, We Can Stop The Bed Bugs In Their Tracks Today!

We have the ultimate Bed Bug tool at NOLA Pest Control, 

and we can eradicate your bed bug infestation with our thorough treatment plan.
With a flat fee treatment plan agreement, we will guarantee our treatment for 45-60 days after

the final treatment. We will also educate you about bed bugs and how infestations start in the

first place. We will provide you with some good tips and advise on things that you can do to

help prevent a re-infestation.

 

It is our goal to provide you with peace of mind by means of a bed bug-free environment!

 

Thank you for considering,
NOLA Pest Control

Call Now: (504) 250-8088

 


 

What are bed bugs? What do bed bugs look like?

 

Bed bugs are small, oval, non-flying insects that belong to the insect family Cimicidae, which includes three species that bite people. Adult bed bugs reach 5-7 mm in length, while nymphs (juveniles) are as small as

1.5 mm. Bed bugs have flat bodies and may sometimes bemistaken for ticks or small cockroaches.
Bed bugs feed by sucking blood from humans or animals.

Adult bed bugs are reddish brown in color, appearing more reddish after feeding on a blood meal.

Nymphs are clear in color and appear bright red after feeding.

The wings of bed bugs are vestigial, so they cannot fly.

Where are bed bugs found?

Bed bugs were common in the U.S. before World War II and became rare after widespread
use of the pesticide DDT began in the 1940s and 1950s.
They remained prevalent in other areas of the world and, in recent years, have been
increasingly observed again in the U.S. Increases in immigration and travel from the
developing world as well as restrictions on the use of stronger pesticides may be factors that
have led to the relatively recent increase in bed bug infestations.

While bed bugs are often reported to be found when sanitation conditions are poor or when
birds or mammals (particularly bats) are nesting on or near a home, bed bugs can also live
and thrive in clean environments.
Crowded living quarters also facilitate the spread of bed bugs.

Bed bugs can live in any area of the home and can reside in tiny cracks in furniture as well
as on textiles and upholstered furniture.
They tend to be most common in areas where people sleep and generally concentrate in
beds, including mattresses, box springs, and bed frames.

They do not infest the sleeping surfaces of beds as commonly as cracks and crevices
associated with the bed frame and mattress.
Other sites where bed bugs often reside include curtains, edges of carpet, corners inside
dressers and other furniture, cracks in wallpaper (particularly near the bed), and inside the
spaces of wicker furniture.

Since bed bugs can live for months without feeding, they can also be found in vacant homes.

How are bed bugs spread?

Bed bugs live in any articles of furniture, clothing, or bedding, so they or their eggs may be
present in used furniture or clothing.
They spread by crawling and may contaminate multiple rooms in a home or even multiple

dwellings in apartment buildings.
They may also be present in boxes, suitcases, or other goods that are moved from residence
to residence or from a hotel to home. Bed bugs can live on clothing from infested homes and
may be spread by a person unknowingly wearing infested clothing.

How do I detect a bed bug infestation in my home?

You can look to see if you can identify the fecal stains, egg cases, and exuviae (shed skins)
in crevices and cracks on or near beds. You should also look at other areas such as under wallpaper,

behind picture frames, in couches and other furniture, in bedsprings and under mattresses, and even

in articles of clothing. While fecal stains and skin casts suggest that bed bugs have been present,

these do not confirm that the infestation is still active. Observing the bed bugs themselves is definitive confirmation that an area is infested. You may require professional

assistance from a pest-control company in determining whether your home contains bed bugs.

How do I get rid of bed bugs in the home?

Getting rid of bed bugs is not an easy process, and most cases of bed bug infestation will
require treatment by a pest-control expert. A variety of low-odor sprays, dusts, and aerosol insecticides can be used to eradicate bed bugs. These must be applied to all areas where the bugs are observed as well as spaces where they may crawl or hide. The pest-control company can help you determine if the mattress can be disinfected or must be discarded. Since beds cannot readily be treated with insecticides, it's often necessary to discard infested mattresses and beds.

The pest-control expert may recommend certain forms of deep-cleaning such as scrubbing infested surfaces with a stiff brush to remove eggs, dismantling bed frames and furniture, filling cracks in floors, walls, and moldings, encasing mattresses within special bags, or using a powerful vacuum on cracks and crevices.

What about bed bugs in hotels?

Many news reports in recent years have focused on the discovery of bed bugs in upscale hotels, and a number of lawsuits have been filed by guests in these fashionable hotels who awoke to find hundreds of bed bug bites covering their skin.

Searching on TripAdvisor and other travel-review web sites regularly reveals information and even photos confirming the presence of bed bugs in numerous hotels.

Since the bed bugs can arrive on the clothing or in the suitcases of guests from infested homes
or other hotels harboring the pests, hotels can be an easy target for bed bug infestations.

This source of information on bed bugs comes from- MedicineNet.com

Medical Author: Melissa Conrad Stöppler, MD
Medical Editor: William C. Shiel Jr., MD, FACP, FACR

Copyright (c) 1996 - 2005, WebMD, Inc. All rights reserved

We have the ultimate Bed Bug tool at NOLA Pest Control, 

and we can eradicate your bed bug infestation with our thorough treatment plan.
With a flat fee treatment plan agreement, we will guarantee our treatment for 45-60 days after

the final treatment. We will also educate you about bed bugs and how infestations start in the

first place. We will provide you with some good tips and advise on things that you can do to

help prevent a re-infestation.

 

It is our goal to provide you with peace of mind by means of a bed bug-free environment!

 

Thank you for your consideration,
NOLA Pest Control

Call Now: (504) 250-8088 black-phone

 


 

What are bed bugs? What do bed bugs look like?

 

Bed bugs are small, oval, non-flying insects that belong to the insect family Cimicidae, which includes three species that bite people. Adult bed bugs reach 5-7 mm in length, while nymphs (juveniles) are as small as

1.5 mm. Bed bugs have flat bodies and may sometimes bemistaken for ticks or small cockroaches.
Bed bugs feed by sucking blood from humans or animals.

Adult bed bugs are reddish brown in color, appearing more reddish after feeding on a blood meal.

Nymphs are clear in color and appear bright red after feeding.

The wings of bed bugs are vestigial, so they cannot fly.

 

Where are bed bugs found?

 

Bed bugs were common in the U.S. before World War II and became rare after widespread
use of the pesticide DDT began in the 1940s and 1950s.
They remained prevalent in other areas of the world and, in recent years, have been
increasingly observed again in the U.S. Increases in immigration and travel from the
developing world as well as restrictions on the use of stronger pesticides may be factors that
have led to the relatively recent increase in bed bug infestations.

 

While bed bugs are often reported to be found when sanitation conditions are poor or when
birds or mammals (particularly bats) are nesting on or near a home, bed bugs can also live
and thrive in clean environments.
Crowded living quarters also facilitate the spread of bed bugs.

 

Bed bugs can live in any area of the home and can reside in tiny cracks in furniture as well
as on textiles and upholstered furniture.
They tend to be most common in areas where people sleep and generally concentrate in
beds, including mattresses, box springs, and bed frames.

 

They do not infest the sleeping surfaces of beds as commonly as cracks and crevices
associated with the bed frame and mattress.
Other sites where bed bugs often reside include curtains, edges of carpet, corners inside
dressers and other furniture, cracks in wallpaper (particularly near the bed), and inside the
spaces of wicker furniture.

 

Since bed bugs can live for months without feeding, they can also be found in vacant homes.

 

How are bed bugs spread?

 

Bed bugs live in any articles of furniture, clothing, or bedding, so they or their eggs may be
present in used furniture or clothing.
They spread by crawling and may contaminate multiple rooms in a home or even multiple

dwellings in apartment buildings.
They may also be present in boxes, suitcases, or other goods that are moved from residence
to residence or from a hotel to home. Bed bugs can live on clothing from infested homes and
may be spread by a person unknowingly wearing infested clothing.

 

How do I detect a bed bug infestation in my home?

 

You can look to see if you can identify the fecal stains, egg cases, and exuviae (shed skins)
in crevices and cracks on or near beds. You should also look at other areas such as under wallpaper,

behind picture frames, in couches and other furniture, in bedsprings and under mattresses, and even

in articles of clothing. While fecal stains and skin casts suggest that bed bugs have been present,

these do not confirm that the infestation is still active. Observing the bed bugs themselves is definitive confirmation that an area is infested. You may require professional

assistance from a pest-control company in determining whether your home contains bed bugs.

 

How do I get rid of bed bugs in the home?

 

Getting rid of bed bugs is not an easy process, and most cases of bed bug infestation will
require treatment by a pest-control expert. A variety of low-odor sprays, dusts, and aerosol insecticides can be used to eradicate bed bugs. These must be applied to all areas where the bugs are observed as well as spaces where they may crawl or hide. The pest-control company can help you determine if the mattress can be disinfected or must be discarded. Since beds cannot readily be treated with insecticides, it's often necessary to discard infested mattresses and beds.

 

The pest-control expert may recommend certain forms of deep-cleaning such as scrubbing infested surfaces with a stiff brush to remove eggs, dismantling bed frames and furniture, filling cracks in floors, walls, and moldings, encasing mattresses within special bags, or using a powerful vacuum on cracks and crevices.

 

What about bed bugs in hotels?

 

Many news reports in recent years have focused on the discovery of bed bugs in upscale hotels, and a number of lawsuits have been filed by guests in these fashionable hotels who awoke to find hundreds of bed bug bites covering their skin.

 

Searching on TripAdvisor and other travel-review web sites regularly reveals information and even photos confirming the presence of bed bugs in numerous hotels.

 

Since the bed bugs can arrive on the clothing or in the suitcases of guests from infested homes
or other hotels harboring the pests, hotels can be an easy target for bed bug infestations.

 

This source of information on bed bugs comes from- MedicineNet.com

Medical Author: Melissa Conrad Stöppler, MD
Medical Editor: William C. Shiel Jr., MD, FACP, FACR

Copyright (c) 1996 - 2005, WebMD, Inc. All rights reserved

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