There isn’t anybody who wants to have bed bugs in their home. As you may have heard, they are consistently rising. If you believe that this pest is invading your home then you should give us a call immediately. Unlike ants, you really can’t just ignore them. After invading your home, they aren’t going to go away until an exterminator removes them.

Bed bugs feed on humans, usually while they sleep. They pierce the skin with a stylet then they will saw through the tissue to find blood vessels. They usually feed on blood for 5 minutes and then go back to their hiding place.


Identify Signs

For our experts here in Superior Plus Pest Control, locating and identifying bugs are easy for they are trained and very experienced. They typically hide in tiny cracks and crevices. Before dawn, they visit their host to feed on them for a few hours.

To avoid infestation and problems, we provide a list of signs to help you identify this bug.

Infestation signs:

  • Dark stains on mattress
  • Unpleasant scent
  • Small dark spots
  • Shed skins
  • Blood spots on sheets

Where To Locate Bed Bugs?

Here is a list of places or spaces where you can locate this pest.

  • Bed frames
  • Headboard crevices
  • Mattress seams
  • Carpets and underlay
  • Skirting boards
  • Between timber floorboards
  • In cracked or broken plaster
  • Inside electrical sockets and fittings
  • Drawers and cupboards
  • Wardrobes
  • Bedside cabinets

Have You Encounter These Signs?

Most people don’t discover that they have got bed bugs by finding the actual pest themselves. They are very good at keeping hidden from people. Usually, this pest hide in the seams of mattresses or cracks in the bed frame or posts. If you notice fecal spots on your sheets then you likely have an infestation. Another sign is if you find yourself covered in lots of bites or itch a lot.

If you suspect bed bugs, then you shouldn’t even think about sleeping in your house until they are completely removed. Luckily, our experts are able to answer your questions! Call (619) 450-1353 today to schedule your appointment.