Bed Bug Extermination in Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island & New York
Bed bugs in CT, MA, RI, and NY. They’re real. And they’ll hitch a ride into your house unnoticed, feeding on blood nightly until you take the necessary steps in bed bug control. They are nocturnal and are attracted to the carbon monoxide our bodies give off so each night while we are sleeping they will pierce the skin and suck blood. They will inject a type of Novocain on the area before piercing the skin so you won’t even feel them feeding. The blood meal will take anywhere from one to seven minutes. Bed bugs will produce a large number of eggs if they can obtain blood each night. If you suspect a problem with these tiny vampires contact a bed bug exterminator in Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and New York from Guaranty.
Experts in bed bug extermination
Put a stop to the bed bug bite by calling Guaranty Pest to handle bed bug extermination in CT, MA, RI, and NY. Whatever the case, we’ll give you all the information you need to ensure the bed bugs infestation doesn’t happen again.
History of bed bug control in Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and New York
“Don’t let the bed bugs bite.” The saying is used in households all over the country as a send-off for children turning in for the night. Realistically, most children don’t give much thought to what a bed bug is let alone how to get rid of them; after all, it’s portrayed as a completely imaginary character. But the story behind bed bug control, and general pest control, is very real and can be more then an annoyance if you ever spot them in your home.
Cave dwellers from long ago were probably the first to experience the bite, or pierce of the bed bug. In more recent times much of the blame is placed on immigrants and foreign travelers for the distribution of bed bugs back into this country. The US had enjoyed many years free of bed bugs with all the insecticides that had been used in this country back in the 1940’s and 50’s. In the years since we had made a point of using less insecticides in our homes. One of the unforeseen consequences of this treatment practice is the successful re-establishment of bed bugs back into the US.