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Got Bed Bugs?

Shane’s Has a Solution:

Have you noticed creepy crawly bed bugs in your home? Bed bugs are resilient insects that can be very difficult to get rid of without professional help. Early detection and treatment of bed bug infestations is critical, as bed bugs can multiply very quickly. Female bed bugs lay between 1 and 5 eggs each day, and can lay up to 500 eggs in a lifetime. Shane’s Pest Solutions protects your family and home against these nasty invaders with our thorough and effective inspection and treatment methods.

What You Need To
Know About Bed Bugs

Bed bugs can survive long periods without food, in extreme temperatures, and in less than desirable conditions. Adult bed bugs can live over a year without eating, and can even survive an entire winter in an unheated building!

When it comes to bed bug infestations, early detection is key. Adult bed bugs are ⅕ inch long, ⅛ inch wide, have flat oval bodies, and appear flat. If a bed bug has been feeding, it will be enlarged. Bed bugs typically live near a host’s sleeping location.

Bed Bug Treatment

Keep an eye out for blood marks, small fecal spots, eggs, and egg shell casings on bedroom furniture, mattresses, sheets and pillowcases, and floors. Bed bugs do not carry or spread diseases, but the presence of bed bugs is still unsettling and comes with a few different health risks. Bed bugs are something no one ever wants inside their home.

Think You Have Bed Bugs?
Call a Pro.

If you think you may have bed bugs, give Shane’s Pest Solutions a call. Shane’s is certified in pest management and we have experience in bed bug elimination. Successful bed bug control requires an experienced hand and several elimination steps, so it’s best to let professionals handle bed bug removal and extermination. We’ll make sure to eliminate bed bugs at all stages of their life cycle, from eggs to nymphs to adults, so that you don’t end up with a new infestation after we’ve done our job.

To solve your bed bug problem so you can get back to sleeping peacefully, call Shane’s Pest Solutions today.

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