If you suspect bedbugs in Kansas City, Milberger Pest Control is here to help. There has been a resurgence of bedbugs in the Kansas City area, and they are a nuisance for hotels, college dorms, hospitals, homes, apartments, and even cars and trucks. Bedbugs can be difficult to identify and even harder to get rid of. Our technicians are specially trained to thoroughly inspect your home or business to find all the places they may be hiding and determine how best to eradicate them, then provide you with a quote at no cost or obligation to you.
The most obvious sign of an infestation is by the tell-tale bite marks – often several in a line – on the face, neck, arms, hands, or any other body parts while sleeping. However, these bite marks may take as long as two weeks to develop in some people so it is important to look for other signs of bedbugs in Kansas City homes and businesses. These clues may include:
- Exoskeletons left after molting.
- Bedbugs in the fold of mattresses and sheets.
- Rust-colored blood spots left by the blood-filled fecal material that they excrete on the mattress or nearby furniture.
- A sweet musty odor.
Adult bedbugs in Kansas City are very small, about the size of a tick. In fact, they are often mistaken for ticks or small cockroaches, which sometimes delays identification and treatment. It is important to call a pest professional right away if you suspect bed bugs so that we can begin treatment immediately. Bed bugs are quite prolific and can multiply rapidly, spreading from room to room.
An infestation of bedbugs in Kansas City requires the assistance of a pest professional and is not something a homeowner can handle on their own. Milberger Pest Control technicians have been specially trained to inspect each room thoroughly for the presence of bed bugs, and to target treat the sites where they are located. If you are concerned about bedbugs in your Kansas City home or business, call (816) 761-1313 in Missouri or (913) 384-6760 in Kansas, or click here to schedule your free inspection today!