Bed Bugs



Bed Bugs

Bed bugs always hide in mattresses, bed frames, bedding, furniture, carpets, baseboards and bedroom clutter. They are flat and small in size, allowing them to hide easily from view during the day when they are not active. Their excrement leaves brown to black stains on mattresses and linens, and bloodstains may be visible where bed bugs have been accidentally crushed but it is not necessary to locate a specimen to identify an infestation. 
Bed bugs are commonly transported within luggage, allowing them to spread anywhere humans settle such as hotels and cinemas. Infestations have become a problem in domestic households, hotels, dormitories and other places of residence. Because of their small size and propensity to hide within mattresses and furniture, controlling a bed bug infestation can prove difficult.