Bed bugs are becoming such a common occurrence in the U.S. that their discovery no longer makes the evening news; but these blood-feeding parasites are still out there. Bed bugs could come home with you from the health club. They could follow your children home from summer camp. You could bring them home from a store or the dry cleaners. In large metropolitan areas like New York City, 1 in 5 residents has experienced a bed bug infestation at home, work or a hotel or knows someone who has battled bed bugs.
Bed bugs are such prolific breeders and spread so easily that bed bug researchers warn it will soon be a rarity to find someone who has not run into these noxious blood-feeding parasites. To protect yourself, your family and your home from a bed bug infestation, New Jersey bed bug extermination professionals recommend that you familiarize yourself with what bed bugs look like, where they hide, how they spread and what to look for if you think you have them.
Awareness and prevention are the keys to keeping your New Jersey home bed bug free; however, if you believe you might have been exposed to bed bugs, the most important thing you can do is call your NJ bed bug expert immediately. The sooner you turn the problem over to a NJ pest control professional, the sooner an infestation can be controlled and eliminated.
When ChemTec’s NJ bed bug experts arrive, they will thoroughly inspect your home for signs of bed bug infestation and accurately identify the problem pest. Other insects are frequently mistaken for bed bugs. If no obvious signs of bed bugs are found, the exterminator may recommend precautionary measures and re-inspection in one to two weeks. If evidence of bed bugs is discovered, the exterminator will explain treatment preparation procedures and schedule treatment immediately.