Yes, it’s true! Bed bugs are real and they may be infesting your home. These insects can reside in any area of your home, however; they mostly nest in beds, including mattresses, box springs and bed frames. Bed bugs are most active at night and will bite any exposed areas of skin while an individual is sleeping.
Because bed bug bites are difficult to distinguish, they may go unnoticed or be mistaken for mosquito bites and skin rashes. Since bed bugs can live for months without feeding, they can also be found in vacant homes.
Female bedbugs lay up to 200 eggs in a lifetime, which can be a year or longer. Below is displayed the life cycle of a bedbug. At the end of each stage the bug sheds its skin.
At Esparza Pest Control we have extensive training and advanced technology focusing on attacking any pests on commercial or residential homes and breaking the pest life cycle to keep them from coming back.
Contact the McAllen pest control company of Esparza Pest Control at 956-887-1237 for more information.