Bed Bugs Pest Control

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Fast and Efficient Bed Bug Control Services in Burnley

Many people think that bed bugs are a pest of the past and that it’s unusual to find them today. However, that couldn’t be further from the truth. These pesky pests have been in existence for thousands of years and know exactly how to establish and hide themselves in out of the way places.

Even if you keep your house immaculately clean, it’s possible to pick them up from an existing infestation and you could unknowingly bring them into your home on your clothes, bags, luggage or in previously owned furnishings, fabrics and furniture. Not a pleasant thought is it?

If you believe that you have an infestation of bed bugs, there’s no need to panic as PestPass are perfectly poised to solve your bed bug problem fast! We offer timely and efficient pest control services throughout the Burnley and East Lancashire areas for both residential and commercial
properties and are available for 24-hour callouts should your bed bug infestation warrant emergency treatment.

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Bed bugs may be almost imperceptible to the naked eye, but they pack a punch. While both males and females will bite and take blood, the females of the species bite more frequently as they need to feed on blood for the development and laying of their eggs.

The occurrence of bed bugs is increasing worldwide and, as more and more of us travel for both business and pleasure, the chance of meeting and spreading these pesky pests is on the increase. They spread very easily, so they’re becoming a common problem in student accommodation, hotels,
care homes and apartments.

The most common bed bug species in the UK is Cimex lectularius. They can lay between 200 and 500 eggs in just two months in cracks and crevices in furniture or fittings. From egg to fully grown adult takes around 45 days although in some cases it can take up to one year and the typical lifespan is about 50 days to a year depending on the conditions. Although the females need to feed before egg laying and all bugs need to feed before they shed their skin, bed bugs can survive for many weeks or
months without feeding.

It’s pretty easy to tell when you’ve got an infestation of bedbugs as you’ll notice that you wake up with bites on your torso, arms, legs and other parts of your body. While the bugs don’t spread infections, the bites can develop into irritating rashes. You won’t usually feel the bugs biting as they release an anaesthetic and an anticoagulant to ensure that the blood flows freely and doesn’t clot too quickly.

Bed bugs are particularly good at hiding, so you’ll need to look carefully to find them however there will be signs that they’re lurking somewhere in the near vicinity. Bed bugs shed their skins, leave behind little black dots of faecal deposits together with blood spots from your bites on the sheets. If the infestation is particularly heavy, you may notice a sweet, unpleasant smell.

Bed bugs are a problem for everyone, but they can be a disaster for the hospitality business, especially hotels, bed and breakfast establishments and hostels. They can be hard to see and, when they’re not feeding, they love to hide away in places where they won’t be disturbed.

If you think you have bed bugs in your residential or commercial property, get in touch with the team here at PestPass. Our technicians are British Pest Control Association (BCPA) and CEPA (The Confederation of European Pest Management) certified, are members of the NPTA (The National Pest Technicians Association) and are fully qualified to eradicate bed bug infestations using a range of ​professional treatments, including chemical-free solutions. Our aim is to eliminate bugs in all life cycle stages from eggs to adults, so that they will not return.

Call PestPass now on (0161) 831 5011 and speak to one of our team. The quicker you act, the easier it will be to get rid of your bed bug infestation.