Bed Bugs

Oh NO! I have bed bugs!

You believe you have a bed bug infestation. But how do you know for sure??

Bed bugs are small, wingless insects that are only about ¼ inch long. These little insects are flattened and can easily hide in small cracks and crevices, making it difficult to detect them. Normally, adult bed bugs are brown in color, but after feeding they turn a deep red color.

Bed bugs will feed on the blood of humans, birds, and other animal species. When feeding on humans, one will notice a series of bite marks, usually in a linear pattern, around the head and neck areas. Finding bite marks are an important sign of a bed bug infestation. Others have also noticed blood spots or fecal spots on sheets, or shed bed bug skin.

Can I stop a bed bug infestation myself?

Depending on the severity of the case, it may be in your better interest to call a professional.

Bed bugs are great hitchhikers and can hide in suitcases, baseboards, carpet, and more. The insects can go several months without feeding so you may think you have completed the task, until a month or two later they start biting again.

Why should I call Critter Control?

The home remedies and chemicals you may try can be harmful to you, your family, and your pets. Critter Control of New Mexico can offer a friendly alternative that will rid you of your pest completely without harming your surroundings. Your experienced technician will assess the extent of the infestation and the bed bug damage, get the bed bugs out completely and provide a long-term bed bug control plan.

Give Critter Control a call to start your bed bug treatment at (505) 545-8891.

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