＞Why should I be concerned about bed bugs?
Bed Bug 床蝨,木蝨,臭蟲 by National Geographic Channel
bedbugs hatch and grow to be reproductive adults in as little as 21 days.
Bed bugs are parasites that feed on the blood of certain animals and people.
Bed bugs typically bite people on the head and neck, but will also bite bare arms, torso, hands and legs.
If you have as few as 40 bed bugs in your home, it is possible for them to reproduce to about 6,000 bugs in six months if there is sufficient food ... .you.
The insect is easily spread and as such control becomes more difficult or sometimes impossible if left unchecked.
Bed bugs lay around 1-5 eggs per day with a total of 200-500 in their lifetime; which is slightly less than one year
Do not waste your money on store bought products, TNT's professional treatment kills bed bugs effectively and is affordable.
＞ Why TNT Group?
Green solution Only
Our management team has devised a plan of action for Bed Bug removal and a detailed list of preparation and aftercare recommendations to ensure that this Bed Bug removal process is Eco-Friendly and as Hassle Free as possible.
＞Step1 Assess - Inspection
If you have seen evidence of bed bugs or want to help protect your home against this multiplying intruder, your TNT expert will come and inspect your home. We will look for signs of bed bugs including:
＞Step2 Implement - Getting the Job Done
Upon completion of the inspection and an assessment of the situation, your TNT expert will recommend the best course of action. If the inspection confirms an infestation, your TNT expert will recommend a treatment plan based on the severity of the infestation and your preferences. He will use the best tools and science to address the causes and treat your bed bug problem in the best way for your family, pets, and the environment. This implementation method targets bed bugs as well as the bed bug larvae -. preventing them from maturing into breeding, biting, and potentially disease-carrying adults
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Bed bugs die when their internal temperature reaches 45ºC. To accomplish this, you would need to maintain that degree of heat over a bed bug for 20 minutes. But who has time for that? Steam australia SV8 Pro® 180ºC superheated 94% dry steam and 8 bar pressure systems can reach temperatures of 180ºC killing bed bugs AND their eggs instantly! That's not all. The high temperatures will also kill fleas and dust mites, too!
Dusting BEDBUGKILL ( ECO and EPA approved formulated ) powder
The BEDBUGKILL is made typically with bed bugs killing formulation, that makes it so powerful and effective enough to knock down the severe infestation, with EPA approved formulated, also 100% safe to elderly, baby, pregnant women, pets. In this process, your TNT expert will lightly dusts every crook and cranny on the bed frame and mattress, particularly in cracks and crevices and also dust the baseboards of the room and behind any picture frames or furniture that are close to the bed. These little guys will travel, so they could be anywhere in the room, but with our BEDBUGKILL powder covered, the new born will come in contact with the dust when they hatch, and they will die within 2 to up to 14 days no matter where they hide after that. BEDBUGKILL is also helpful around electrical outlets, since moisture from steamer could be dangerous.
What do bed bugs look like?
Bedbugs are small, flat and have oval-shaped bodies. They have six legs and two antennae. Bed bugs can not fly and have short, golden coloured body hair that can make their bodies appear to be striped. Adult bed bugs are reddish-brown in colour and approximately 5-6mm in length. After feeding, bed bugs can swell to upwards of 10mm and get fatter and darker in colour. Bed bug nymphs are approximately 1-4mm in length (the of the head size of a pin) and are white or a golden colour until they feed.
Where are Bedbugs found?
What are the symptoms and signs of bed bug bites?
Bedbugs are most active at night and bite any exposed areas of skin while an individual is sleeping. The face, neck, hands, and arms are common sites for bedbug bites. The bite itself is painless and is . not noticed Small, flat, or raised bumps on the skin are the most common sign; redness, swelling, and itching commonly occur If scratched, the bite areas can become infected A peculiarity of bedbug bites is the tendency to find several bites.. lined up in a row. Infectious-disease specialists refer to this series of bites as the "breakfast, lunch, and dinner" sign, signifying the sequential feeding that occurs from site to site.
How are bedbugs spread?
Bedbugs live in any articles of furniture, clothing, or bedding, so they or their eggs may be present in used furniture or clothing. They spread by crawling and may contaminate multiple rooms in a home or even multiple dwellings in apartment buildings. They may also be present in boxes, suitcases, or other goods that are moved from residence to residence or from a hotel to home. Bedbugs can live on clothing from infested homes and may be spread by a person unknowingly wearing infested clothing.
Who is at risk of getting bed bugs?
Everyone is at risk for getting bed bugs when visiting an infected area. People who travel frequently and share living and sleeping quarters where other people have previously slept are at a higher risk of being bitten and or spreading a bed bug infestation.
How is Bed Bug Life Cycle & Biology?
Life Cycle & Biology of a Bed Bug: Eggs, Nymphs, Adults Time of the Cycle Eggs take about a week to hatch. Bed bugs are most active when their living space is just under body temperature, so a room temperature that is about 80 ° Fahrenheit is hospitable. After hatching, the nymphal stages begin and if there is adequate food, temperature, and humidity of about 75%, bed bugs will thrive. They can produce several generations per year, so egg to egg can be timed in just a few months.
How do they feed?
The bed bug injects the host with two feeding tubes, one for injecting anticoagulants and anesthetic and the other for withdrawing blood. They are attracted to carbon dioxide and secondarily to heat. They normally crawl onto the host but have been known to drop on a host from overhead. They feed for approximately five minutes before returning to their hiding place.
Are they nocturnal?
The most active time for bed bugs is at night, right before dawn but they have been observed feeding during the day.
How quickly do they reproduce?
Bed bugs lay around 1-5 eggs per day with a total of 200-500 in their lifetime; which is slightly less than one year.
Do foggers or bombs kill bed bugs?
The answer is "No." A fogger, or bug bomb, or whatever you want to call does not kill bed bugs. Bed bugs do not like them and they may kill some but these store-bought exterminators will not eliminate them all. At least 50% of my clients try foggers before they call us. How do I know they did not work? ... They call us.
Does the furniture have to be thrown out?
Typically furniture and personal belongings do not need to be disposed of, except in some rare cases with extremely high levels of infestation.
What about to avoid bitten sleeping with the lights on?
Sleeping with the lights on has not been shown to be effective in preventing bedbug bites.
Does infestation cause odor in room?
When an infestation is particularly large, the scent glands on the insect emit a "sickly sweet" odor. Do not use this as the only means of determining if bed bugs exist. The absence of this odor does not indicate there is no infestation.
How much does Bed Bug ECO Treatment cost?
Each bed bug extermination job is different and requires an on-site estimate. It is best for us to see the severity of your bed bug problem so we can effectively solve the problem. However, most customers find our prices to be comparable to the costs of our competitors who repeatedly apply unhealthy pesticides.
What is the treatment for bedbug bites?
Typically, no treatment is required for bedbug bites. If itching is severe or if an allergic reaction to the bites occurs, topical steroid creams or oral antihistamines may be used for symptom relief. Secondary bacterial infections that develop over heavily scratched areas may require antibiotics .
We know that "bed bugs cause a variety of negative physical health, mental health and economic consequences. Many people have mild to severe allergic reaction to the bites with effects ranging from no reaction to a small bite mark to, in rare cases, anaphylaxis (severe, whole-body reaction). These bites can also lead to secondary infections of the skin such as impetigo, ecthyma, and lymphangitis. Bed bugs may also affect the mental health of people living in infested homes. Reported effects include anxiety, insomnia and systemic reactions "CDC-EPA Joint Statement On Bedbugs