Bedbugs are common pests that can cause discomfort, skin irritation, and stress. Whether it’s from staying in infested places, bringing them home on luggage, or buying second-hand furniture, bedbugs can disrupt sleep, cause anxiety, and impact overall well-being.

You might have bedbugs if you notice:

Small, reddish-brown bugs in the seams of your mattresses or furniture

Itchy, red bites on your skin, often in a line or cluster
Rust-coloured stains or tiny black spots on bedding or furniture
  • Painful blisters or sores on the skin or mucous membranes
  • Staying in infested places such as hotels or hostels
  • Bringing used furniture or clothing into your home
  • Living in close quarters like apartments or dormitories
  • Travelling frequently and bringing bugs back in luggage
  • Painful blisters or sores on the skin or mucous membranes
  • Itchy, red bites that appear after sleeping
  • Bloodstains on sheets or pillowcases Finding shed bedbug skins or eggshells
  • Detecting a musty odour in the infested area
  • Regularly inspect and clean bedding, mattresses, and furniture
  • Use protective covers on mattresses and box springs
  • Reduce clutter where bedbugs can hide
  • Consider professional pest control services for severe infestations
A close up photo of a small colony of bedbugs living on a white bed sheet.

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