Bed Bug Control Sydney

Bed Bug Control Sydney

Bed Bug Control Sydney

Welcome to ABC Rodent Control – Bed Bug Control Sydney
At ABC Rodent Control – Bed Bug Control Sydney, we use only the highest grade chemicals for bed bug control, so it is very important that all our technicians are fully trained in the latest methods of treatment. At ABC Rodent Control – Bed Bug Control Sydney our technicians are highly trained in carrying out visual inspections, combining this skill with the latest technology in Bed Bug Control. If you live in Sydney and require the need of our Bed Bug Control services, please contact ABC Rodent Control – Bed Bug Control Sydney.

ABC Rodent Control – Bed Bug Control Sydney are open 7 days per week. With over 20 years experience we guarantee you will be satisfied with the results – No More Bed Bugs in Your Bed!

By using ABC Rodent Control – Bed Bug Control Sydney you can rest assured that all of our Bed Bug Control and treatment methods are Environmentally Friendly and most of all effective.

Bed Bug

Adult bed bugs are 3/16-inchs long and are a rusty-red or mahogany color. They are flat and thin when unfed, but becomes more elongated, plump and red when full of blood. Four segmented antennae are attached to the head between the prominent compound eyes. The three segmented beak or proboscis is located beneath the head and passes back between the front legs. The bed bug is incapable of flight, and the adult can live almost one year.

Bed Bug Eggs

As the female bed bug lays her eggs, she uses a clear substance to attach them to cracks and rough surfaces. Under ideal conditions, the bed bug eggs hatch in about seven days and the nymphs molt five times, taking a blood meal between each molt. Developmental time from eggs to adults is about 21 Days

Bed Bug Bites

The bed bug hides in cracks and crevices during the day, preferring to rest on wood and paper surfaces instead of stone and plaster. Bed Bugs leave these harborage areas at night to feed on the host, which are humans, birds and family pets. The blood meal requires three to ten minutes, and usually goes unnoticed by the victim. After feeding, the bed bug bite site may become inflamed and itch severely in sensitive people.

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