One of the worst things that anybody has to experience is to wake up in the morning with red itchy welts on their arms and legs. Spotting a bed bug or anything that these pests may leave behind on your bed is never a cause for celebration. Don’t worry, you can turn this situation around by following these tips from our pest control professionals.

Things You Need to Do When You Find Bed Bugs in Your Home


Conduct a Thorough Inspection

The first thing you need to do is to carefully check for the signs of a bedbug infestation. When these pests aren’t getting too close for comfort, they tend to hide in various places including the seams and tags of your box spring and mattress, headboard, or the cracks on your bed frame. You may also find them in the seams of your couches and chairs, between the cushions, or within the folds of your curtains. 

Although you won’t likely see the bed bugs themselves, you can keep an eye out for their fecal matter, tiny bloodstains on the sheets, or their distinct smell. 

Remove the Contaminated Materials

Once you’ve identified the affected materials, make sure to remove these materials and treat them accordingly. It’s best to eliminate the infestation completely, by trashing mattresses and other areas they’ve made home.

Talk to Your Landlord

If you live in a rented space, you need to notify your landlord right away. Bed bugs travel fast, so it’s necessary that for the apartment to take the proper measures and ensure to stop the spread with the help of professionals. Before you do so, check to see if the laws in your area require your landlord to be involved in the treatment process of a bed bug infestation. 

Call Our Pest Control Experts for Help

Lastly, you need to enlist the help of experienced pest control professionals. The experts at O’Hara Pest Control can help rid your place of bed bugs, as well as keep them at bay for good. Simply call us to schedule an infection today.

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