Bed Bugs Control
Phoenix, AZ

Pest Protection for Your Home

Bed bugs live almost exclusively with humans and can be found worldwide, including in Phoenix, AZ. They are small, oblong, dark brown insects that feed on the blood of animals and people. Mature bed bugs are about 5 to 7 millimeters long, with flat bodies. Their bodies swell and turn a red color after feeding.

Bed bugs feed exclusively on blood, meaning they can be found wherever there is a suitable host. To protect your loved ones from these harmful bed bug bites, you will need someone well-versed in dealing with such a problem. You need specialized bed bug control experts like Urban Desert Pest Control.

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Bed bugs have flat bodies that allow them to fit in tiny spaces found in your luggage, garments, used beds, and on your sofas. Their typical hiding places are pillows, wall units, bedroom furniture, and headboards, where they have easy access to people to bite at night.

They live in well-hidden colonies, and it’s virtually impossible for you to detect their hiding places unless there is already an infestation. Therefore, if you spot a beg bug, call a professional pest control team immediately.  

At Urban Desert Pest Control, we’ve experienced professionals to handle this for you. We know exactly where these tiny bugs hide and the best ways to eliminate them.  Our approaches have proven successful year after year, and Phoenix residents trust us to handle not just bed bugs but, any kind of pest infestation you may have.

Causes 

A bedbug infestation is not a necessary indication of being dirty. They are as likely to be found in impeccable residential homes and luxury hotels as they are in dirty ones. These bugs can find their way into your house through other infested things like old furniture, luggage, bags, and even clothes.

They can attach themselves to your clothes if you take public transport system, or from a hotel you stayed in on your last vacation. Bedbugs can’t fly, but once in your home, they can spread very quickly. They can also move between rooms in hotels, and motels and before long, they’ll be wreaking havoc in your home or property. Where they move, they lay eggs and populate rapidly.

Treatment 

Dealing with a bed bug infestation can be challenging since they hide so well and can go for months without feeding. While cleaning up infested areas and clothes may help, eliminating bed bugs usually necessitates the use of chemical treatment.  Give us a call if you fear that you’ve got a bedbug infestation.

Our team will make this problem go away in no time. We use environmentally-friendly chemicals safe for you and your pets.

Prevention 

Avoiding infestation is the most effective approach to keep bed bugs at bay because once they knock on your door (ok, they don’t really knock), it may not be easy to drive them out.

Be Aware: Acquaint yourself with the appearance of a bed bug to avoid coming into contact with an active outbreak. Check for their presence in public transport or hotel rooms.

Bed Precautions: Check for symptoms of bed bugs whenever you replace your bed sheets. Examine the linens for bugs and red marks. Early intervention can prevent one or two bugs from developing into a full-fledged infestation.

Traveling Guest: Regularly inspect for bed bugs after having guests stay the night. Friends and family members may be unaware that they have left bed bugs behind, especially those traveling. Scan any place where your visitors’ baggage was kept or even where they slept.

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