About Bed Bugs
Bed Bugs are Small Reddish-Brown Bugs that vary in size, from the size of a Poppy Seed in Nymph stages, to the size of a Watermelon Seed, as an Adult. Bed Bugs cannot jump or fly, which helps distinguish them from parasites that feed on blood such as ticks or fleas. Many ask, “how did I get bed bugs?” The answer to this question surprises a lot of folks. Here’s the truth, Bed Bugs are Master Hitchhikers, and it only takes one Mature Female that has mated to cause an infestation in your home. This female lays up to 5 eggs in a single day, so you can see how before long an infestation has occurred. No one is immune to Bed Bugs and it’s certainly not your fault that they have hitchhiked into your home. Bed Bugs don’t discriminate.