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Bed Bug Treatment in Ireland

Bed Bug Treatments

Bed Bug Treatments

A tricky insect to detect and get rid of, Bed Bugs are notoriously difficult to remove as they can live for a year without feeding.  One female adult bed bug can lay 1-10 eggs a day, and 200-500 eggs in their lifetime meaning it is vitally important to find and exterminate every last bedbug present.

Our bed bug treatment specialists will assess your problem and decide on the best course of action. Bed bugs  are small, flat oval insects that grow to about 5mm in length, about the size of an apple seed, which feed on the blood of humans and animals. 

Why is bed bug treatment important?

Bed bugs can cause significant problems particularly in the hospitality businesses -

Bites – A rather unsavoury experience, bed bug bites cause discomfort. The harm of bed bugs is from the pain and irritation of being bitten, which can sometimes lead to secondary skin infection.

Anxiety – Having bed bugs in your business is a nasty situation and can cause a lot of anxiety for people who worry about being bitten.

Reputation – Unfortunately a quick as bed bugs can spread, bad news of a problem can be even quicker if guests or staff experience bed bug bites.

How to know if you have a bed bug infestation?

Not exactly the most fun thing to do, there are a few things to check for to spot a bed bug infestation –

Visible signs – Bed bugs are usually the size of an apple pip and generally reddish-brown, so seeing them isn’t too difficult. You’ll also be able to spot stains on bedding, due to bugs depositing their faeces, along with possible blood from their feeding.

Skin – You’ll be able to spot bites on your skin from the bugs. They will generally appear as red, slightly swollen bumps.

Contact our team of bed bug treatment specialists today!

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