A Severe Bed Bug Infestation in Bristol
A Bristol Bed Bug Infestation
We help lots of customers control and eliminate bed bugs, and we do see some nasty bed bug infestations, but this is one of the worst. The image says it all.
|A Severe Bed Bug Infestation in Bristol|
How Can Bed Bug Infestations Get This Bad?
It never ceases to amaze us how resilient some people can become in the face of such heavy bed bug activity. Many people simply don't react to the bugs bites.
Only when people react badly to the bites or have a natural phobia to these insects, do they decide enough is enough and bring professionals like ourselves in to eradicate the problem.
|Severe Bed Bug Bites|
Bites on the face, legs and neck are visible to others, and awkward questions about their origin from co-workers, friends and family can result in some very unwanted attention along with an unwanted stigma.
What's The Easiest Way To Control Bed Bugs?
Most bed bug infestations are easily controlled in the longer term by implementing a daily routine of surveillance. If you are continually checking for, identifying and destroying any activity as and when it occurs, then the bedbugs don't have the chance to re-infest.
Most people find this to be a highly efficient control strategy, yet in contrast, many people also find this daily routine impossible to keep up, and consequently get re-infested within a six months of any treatment.
What's worse is people coming to stay with them, will take bedbugs home with them and become infested themselves.
We have seen this destroy relationships between people.