How Do You Get Rid of Bed Bugs?

Bed bugs are tenacious, small, hard to identify and be extremely difficult to remove. They are commonly found in: furniture, beds (they LOVE beds) and in luggage. Bed bugs are hard to get rid of because bed bug females can lay an average of 200 eggs at rate of 3 eggs per day. You would think that bed bugs are easy to eliminate, but that’s just not the truth unfortunately.

If a bed bug infestation is not properly eliminated, you can just be temporarily masking the problem causing extensive damage in the long-run. It is imperative to learn how do you get rid of bed bugs and their characteristics.

Identifying Bed Bugs

So how do you identify bed bugs? Using the diagram listed below, bed bugs are a mixture of a red and brown color, have an oval-shaped body and are flat. They are extremely small with their body sizes ranging from ¼ to 5/8 inches.

How Do You Get Rid of Bed Bugs?

7 Steps to Eliminating a Bed Bug Infestation

  • Reduce clutter in your home
  • Cauk and seal areas
  • Wash clothing items in hot water
  • Vacuum rooms extensively
  • Hire a Bed bug elimination professional in your area
  • Hire a Bed bug injury attorney

Who is Bed Bug Law?

Bed Bug Law is a division of a national law firm that that represents the injured and disabled against insurance companies, corporations, and property owners. Grant Schwarz, the managing attorney, focuses on personal injury, insurance claims, consumer law violations, and bed bugs. As your bed bug injury lawyers, we are exceptionally well at handling cases where our clients have encountered damages resulting from a bed bug infestation.

Do you think you have a case? Staying in a hotel, or rent furniture or an apartment? You may be eligible for compensation! Give us a call at 855-533-5552 or fill out our “Do I Have a Case?” form to speak with an attorney now!

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