Bedbugs are ectoparasites to humans but will also attack poultry and other mammals or birds. They were introduced to the US with the early colonies. They have been documented as far back as 1336 BC in Egypt. Bedbugs are excellent hitchhikers and can lay up to 1-5 eggs per day. Bedbugs can survive up to 1 year with a single feeding, making them one of the top 5 pests to control. Therefore, controlling bed bugs is normally a multi step process that requires a Pest Control Operator. At Nova Pest Control we have a detailed process that has been successful for over 13 years to insure that we safely and effectively protect your family from these blood feeding pests.
HOW REINFESTATION HAPPENS
Pregnant female bedbugs lay 1-5 eggs every day! That means you could be reinfested with over 300 adult bedbugs and 1000 new eggs in just 3 months if there is not a complete extermination. Luckily, Nova Pest Control knows how to completely control and exterminate bedbugs to ensure reinfestation never happens in your home.
HOW DID I GET BEDBUGS?
Bedbugs are usually brought into the home in personal belongings like suitcases, gym bags, backpacks, and purses. These pests can infest offices, stores, hotels, gyms, and many other places.
DO I HAVE BEDBUGS?
Bedbugs live off of blood and can last an entire year on just one feeding. Bedbugs leave behind many traces that show signs of infestation, such as: blood spots on your sheets, shed skins, bedbug feces, and bites. The bites are small in size and can sometimes be grouped together in small areas on the face, hands, legs, neck, and arms.