Bedbug Treatment

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Bedbugs Treatment

Bedbug treatment in muscat – Bedbug are parasites that feed on blood, cause extreme itching and sleepless nights. They damage furniture, beds, curtains and mattresses.

Bed bugs infestation can spread easily and it’s very difficult to treat especially when an infestation increases in epidemic proportions, as they thrive in any weather and environment. The key to eradicating bed bugs is early detection and quick treatment by an expert pest controller.

ADT PEST Bed bug Control treatment provides you an effective solution against bed bug infestation. ADT PEST  service technicians are extensively trained, skilled and experienced professionals. We understand the habits of bed bugs and use their knowledge to choose the correct control methods and materials to develop an effective bed bug management programme.

Our spraying and steam treatments are long term solutions against bed bug infestation. To know more, contact us at +968 94704509

Bedbugs life cycle

How to get rid of Bed Bugs

If you are dealing with bed bugs then you should take some serious actions quickly to get rid of the nasty insects that feed on your blood while you sleep and leave you with itchy, unsightly red bumps.

Understanding what you’re up against will help you succeed. The first step of dealing with a bed bug problem is confirming we’re looking to treat for bed bugs and not some other insect. The best way to confirm you have a bed bug problem is through visual identification of the bug itself.

Here is how to confirm your bed bug infestation, treat it, and prevent it from happening again.

Signs of Bed Bugs:

Bed bugs will bite any skin they can get to. It may take a few days for bed bug bites to visually appear, but when they do, they typically look like red circles with no marked center. Bed bugs are attracted to the carbon dioxide that we exhale as we sleep as well as your body heat., As a result, they most often are found around the head of our beds. Bed bugs are very tiny, white insects when young. They have 6 legs, no wings, and antennae. As they grow, they become brown in color and take the shape of a flat oval.