A bed bug is a type of insect which feeds on human blood. It can be detrimental to one’s health if left untreated. Read on to find out about our pest control services in Singapore.
Bed Bugs Treatment in Singapore
Identifying Bed Bugs
The most common bed bug species in Singapore is the Tropical Bed Bug (Cimex hemipterus). It is oval, has a flattened shape, and is reddish-brown. Adults are about 5.5 mm in length and 3 mm in width. Bed bugs are generally considered a nuisance pest known for causing itch with their bites. A confirmed bed bug infestation is a social embarrassment for the occupier of the infected premises.
How do you know you have a bed bugs infestation?
You will find:
- Live adults and nymphs
- Bite marks in clusters on your body and limbs
- Blood stains on pillows and bedsheets
- Black faecal marks on pillows, bedsheets, mattresses, bed frames, or wall skirtings
- A strong odour
How do you get rid of bed bugs?
Bed bugs are usually brought in from external sources. If you have family members or guests who have been overseas recently, you can get rid of bed bugs by washing their clothes and belongings in hot water to kill them. Secondhand furniture may also bring bed bugs into your home if their previous owner had a bed bug infestation.
However, to thoroughly eradicate the infestation, you might want to engage a pest control specialist who can help you eliminate the bed bugs completely. This way, you can ensure that you will not have to deal with these pesky rodents anymore!
Aardwolf Pestkare is the partner in Singapore you can depend on to get the job done.
How can we help you?
As the best pest control company in Singapore, we offer the best pest control for bed bugs to help you eradicate this pesky problem. Treatment for bed bug infestations requires cooperation between our experienced Technicians and you. As a Pest Control Company in Singapore, we will conduct a thorough inspection and physically get rid of any bed bugs or eggs, before conducting chemical spray or steam treatment. Multiple bed bugs treatments may need to be conducted over a period of 2 weeks by our team in Singapore, depending on the severity of the infestation.
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