Bed bugs are a common household problem that many people find themselves dealing with at some point in their lives. Bed bugs can be difficult to identify and properly treat, but it is important to know how they work so you can prevent them from coming into your home. This blog post will explain what bed bugs look like, where they hide and how to get rid of them for good! At the end of this post you will find a list of useful links and references that can help answer any questions or concerns you might have about bed bugs. The best way to identify whether or not your home is infested with bed bugs is to look for signs. Bed bug bites are usually in distinctive clusters, which can resemble small red bumps. These bite marks often appear on areas such as arms, legs and shoulders but they may also be found anywhere else on the body if someone sleeps without shirts or pajamas covering those areas throughout their sleep cycle (bedbugs prefer skin contact). They typically do no cause pain until after an hour has passed so it’s possible to leave them alone overnight calling a pest control service in the morning. People often wonder if bed bug bites are dangerous or contagious, but this is simply not true! The bugs do not transmit any diseases and their bites will usually go away on their own within a few days without causing harm to your body. However, it’s still important to get treatment for them in order to prevent inflammation from occurring which can cause scarring. There may also be other symptoms including severe itching that could lead you into scratching at the bite site, which can make things worse because it opens up skin cells making them more likely to become infected by bacteria or dirt particles present in the air. Another way people tend to think they have been bitten by bedbugs is when they wake up with red bumps on their skin. This could be due to a number of things, including hives or other allergies that are not caused by bed bugs so it’s important to get professional help from pest control services for accurate diagnosis and treatment options. Where do bed bugs live? Since they prefer human hosts over anything else, you will most likely find them in areas where people sleep such as on mattresses, sheets and pillows (especially if the person is allergic). Bedbugs can also hide behind pictures hanging on walls or inside furniture close to beds such as nightstands and dressers because these items tend to stay stationary throughout the day allowing bugs more freedom of movement when looking for food sources around your home without being disturbed until nighttime approaches! They

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