Do I Have Bed Bugs?
What Do Bed Bugs Look Like? If what you see looks like our Bed Bug Pictures, then you need to Get Rid of Bed Bugs NJ!
What Do Bed Bugs Look Like? Well, if you wake up in the morning with tiny, itchy bites on your body, there is a very good chance that you have bed bugs and you will need to know How to Get Rid of Bed Bugs NJ! However, do not assume that every bite mark is from bed bugs, look at the bed bug pictures NJ and bed bug bites NJ below. Even a doctor cannot give a positive diagnosis simply by examining bite marks. They can only suggest possible causes for what may have caused the bites.
If you see bugs in your home on or near your bedding or other furniture, that look like these Bed Bug Pictures NJ you should have your entire home inspected by a qualified professional bed bug dog, like the dogs Oakmont Environmental use.
…wake up with small, itchy bites?
…see tiny bugs hiding in your furniture?
…see small black stains on the mattress, box-spring or headboard?
… there is GOOD News – Oakmont Environmental can Get Rid of Bed Bugs NJ in Just ONE DAY!
The US has rapidly become infested with bed bugs and they are here to stay. These nocturnal blood suckers have been spotted from Maine to California and are now everywhere in between – see the Bed Bug Pictures NJ! How did they get here, what do bed bugs look like, why are they spreading so fast and why is it so difficult to Get Rid of Bed Bugs NJ? The only way to be sure all the bed bugs are killed is by using the Oakmont Environmental bed bug heat treatment and be Done with Bed Bugs in Just ONE DAY!
Bed Bugs – Why Are They Back?
Resistance to chemicals – 90% of bed bugs sampled from 66 populations collected from 21 U.S. states were resistant to Pyrethroids, the most widely used group of chemicals to treat unwanted insects and flies. The Oakmont Environmental bed bug heat treatment is 100% Chemical Free and Safe for your Family!
Inbreeding – a study showed the genes of bed bugs infesting three multistory apartment buildings in NC and NJ had very low genetic diversity, meaning they were very close relatives. So close in fact that researchers suspect it may have taken just one or two founder insects to start the infestation in each building. A single mated female bed bug starts the infestation and gives rise to offspring and those offspring mate with each other and with their mother.
One (1) pregnant female can become an infestation of 13,328 if left untreated for 6 months!
In under five years, bed bug infestations across the US & Canada have grown by 500%.
As early as 5 years ago only 37% of exterminators had ever treated for bed bugs, in 2010 that number rose to 91%.
All 50 States reported bed bug infestations in 2010. Experts believe ONLY 30% of all infestations are reported – but the GOOD NEWS is Oakmont Environmental will Get Rid of Bed Bugs NJ and in JUST ONE DAY!