Bedbugs can be found if you feel itchy in areas that aren’t painful when you go to bed, especially if the bites started shortly after you bought a bed or any other furniture. You may also have the following signs that you might have bedbugs:
Bloodstains on pillows and linens. Darkening or rusting bedbug faeces can be found on walls, sheets, mattresses, clothing, and bedding. In areas where bedbugs are found, look out for faecal spots, eggshells, and shed skins. Their smell glands emit the musty smell of bedbugs.
If you suspect an infestation, remove all bedding, and inspect the area for bugs or other waste. Next, remove the dust cover and check the wood framing for seams. Next, pull the cloth back from the wood frame where it is tacked. Finally, hire our bed bug control specialists in your area.