Bed bugs are small, reddish-brown parasitic insects that feed on the blood of humans and animals. Bed bugs are usually active at night and are attracted to the heat and carbon dioxide emitted by a sleeping human.
Bed bugs were once a problem limited to dirty hotels, but over the past few decades they have become a problem in homes, apartments, dormitories, shelters and other places where people sleep. They can be found in hotels of all levels of quality as well as in private residences.
It is important to note that bed bugs can travel from hotel rooms back into your home with you or your luggage if you fail to inspect your clothes before you get home.
If you find a bed bug, try to secure it in a zip lock bag and show our pest control professional, this will help us in our investigation of your affected area.