The most common sign of an infestation are bites. These bites could leave rashes and might be itchy. If you wake up and you have bites, it could be a bed bug problem.
Bed bugs usually like to stay in places near their food source. You can look for black smears on your bed. This would be the droppongs that the bugs leave. You may also notice blood stains from a bug that has been squished from you lying down.
Bed Bugs Can Go Unnoticed for Weeks!
If you read the facts on the right, you will notice females lay around 200 eggs and they hatch in about 2 weeks. After the eggs hatch, the hatchlings will be able to lay eggs in just 4 weeks. Causing even more of an infestation. Don't Wait!
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Bed bugs like to hide in cracks.
Females lay about 200 eggs at a time. The eggs hatch in about 2 weeks.
Bed bugs can survive for many months without a food source.
Bed bugs have many food sources. They can feed off of your animals, and you.