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Could It Be a Bed Bug Bite?

Updated: Mar 28

Bed bugs are small, elusive, and parasitic insects of the family Cimicidae. They feed on human blood, usually at night. Their bites can result in a number of health impacts including skin rashes, psychological effects, and allergic symptoms. If you suspect you have bed bugs, here are some steps to confirm your suspicion and deal with the situation:


1.      Identify the Signs: Bed bugs leave behind tiny, hard-shell bodies, rusty spots from their excrement, and small red stains from crushed bugs. You may also notice itchy welts on your skin.


2.      Inspect Your Surroundings: Bed bugs tend to live within 8 feet of where people sleep. Check your mattress, bed frame, and nearby furniture for signs of these pests. They can also hide in the folds of curtains, under loose wallpaper, and inside electronic devices.


3.      Confirm Your Suspicions: If you’re unsure, consider hiring a canine bed bug inspection team, such as JBS Inspection Services. We can perform a thorough, independent inspections and confirm whether or not you have bed bugs.


4.      Take Action: If our canines confirm you have bed bugs, don’t panic. While it can be difficult to eliminate bed bugs, it’s not impossible. We can make recommendations to help guide you through the process.


Remember, early detection and intervention are key to effectively dealing with bed bugs. If you suspect you have bed bugs, don’t hesitate to seek out JBS Inspection Services for help.



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