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We can use a variety of methods to track and kill your bed bugs, including, inspection by licensed technicians, monitoring with the latest technology, and discreet
remediation with advanced thermal remediation techniques.
You will be educated about what you can do to keep bed bugs out of your commercial
establishment or home. We believe that continued education is a valuable resource for
effective bed bug control. Call today to speak to a licensed and certified representative.
You can trust the licensed experts at Modern Solutions to take a proactive approach to bed bug control.
Your bed bugs will be eliminated with advanced technology that is based on the latest
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Bed Bugs are typically reddish brown in color. They have an oval-shaped body and are about ¼
of an inch in size. After feeding they become swollen and more reddish in color. They can be
difficult to see in the daytime since they will hide from the light.
Bed Bug bites are usually red welts on the skin. They can cause mild to severe allergic
reactions, skin infections, mental or psychological distress and in rare cases, anaphylactic
Infestations can usually be detected by finding shed exoskeletons, rust colored excrement, or
seen visibly. They can also leave a sweet musty smell. Bed bugs nest in dark areas that are
near to human hosts. They can live in beds, furniture, carpet, in walls or any dark place in the
home. When feeding on hosts, bed bugs inject an anesthetic, which prevents the person from
feeling the bite, and an anticoagulant, which allows the parasite to feed freely on blood.
Researchers at institutions such as the University of Kentucky and University of California
have concluded that new bed bug populations are highly resistant to common pesticides.
The female Bed Bug can lay up to 5 eggs a day and up to 500 in a lifetime. Bed bugs can live
up to 300 days at normal room temperatures and with an adequate food supply.
If you suspect that you have a Bed Bug infestation, trying to treat it yourself can worsen the
problem due to their increased resistance to common pesticides and can be harmful to your
family and your pets.
A small infestation can become a major infestation in a matter of weeks.