The only way to confirm a bed bug infestation is by finding the actual bugs. Bite marks alone are not proof of an infestation and even professionals cannot give a positive diagnosis simply by examining the bit marks and symptoms
There is no way to tell what insect stung a person unless you visually see it. The CDC says, “Because bed bug bites affect everyone differently, some people may have no reaction and will not develop bite marks or any other visible signs of being bitten.” Studies vary but an estimated 30 percent of the population has no reaction to bed bug bites at all.
There is a very good chance that you have bed bugs if you are waking up each morning with new bite symptoms. bed bug bites are usually most located around the head, neck, and arms as these areas are where the carbon dioxide from breathing is most concentrated
A situation like this would be a good reason to investigate the possibility that bed bugs It is also important to realize that just because you have looked for bed bugs and could not find them, It does not mean that they are not there. These insects will often go undetected until an infestation has grown.
After feeding, bed bugs seek to hide in tight, enclosed spaces to digest their meal for a few days. The excrement left behind is normally a black, and slightly raised spot. Typically Bed Bugs will be found in a 6' to 8′ radius from the bed. But they can spread throughout the home. They can live in bed lamps, behind wall sockets and between bed supports at the joints.
Bed Bugs also leave behind skin castings. These castings look like lighter colored empty bedbug shells. They can vary in size and in color and they are left after the bedbugs molts into its next stage in life.
Our advanced bed bug removal method uses proprietary forced-air system of heaters to slowly and carefully raise the temperature in bed bug-infested areas. This ensures complete elimination after the temperature is maintained for a period of time.
Our bed bug treatment process includes big advantages over traditional, application-based methods: