Boynton beach bed bug
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We take our obligation to guard the citizens of Boynton Beach from bed bugs very seriously. It appears that Boynton Beach bed bug infestations are on the rise. There isn’t a particular reason for this increase in infestations, but based on our own experience, these reasons may include increased international travel, the exchanging of pre-owned items, in addition to the close proximity of properties.

We think we can all agree that Boynton Beach bed bugs are completely unpleasant and nobody likes them. They are definitely among the pest invaders that you cannot simply ignore. While you’re sleeping, bed bugs emerge from their secretive hiding spot to come feed on you. Bed bugs use a stylet, which is a piece of their mouth, in order to prick the skin of humans. They use this stylet, which has tiny teeth, to saw through skin in order to find blood vessels. They will then feed up to 5 minutes before returning to its hiding place. The bed bug will concurrently insert its saliva into the body of the human it is feasting on. This saliva can create swelling and cause extreme irritation.

It’s not unusual for bed bugs to go unnoticed. Bed bugs will often hide in small crevices and only come out at night time. Some indicators that you have these horrible pests can come from itching or from your bed sheets. If you begin to notice little fecal blotches or  even small blood smears on your bed, then it is likely you have been infested with bed bugs and you should call us at 561-300-6313 today. You should not sleep in your home if you think that you have a bed bug infestation.

You should contact our Boynton Beach bed bugs experts if you think that you have a bed bug problem. Call us at 561-300-6313 today and our Boynton Beach bed bugs pros can give you a hassle-free quote!

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