According to a study done by the U.S. Center for Disease Control, at least 80 people have gotten sick trying to treat pests themselves with over-the-counter chemicals over the last three years. One woman even died after using 18 cans of bug spray in her home without having proper ventilation. People have not only gotten sick by trying to treat bed bugs themselves, but some have even damaged their homes doing so with things like rubbing alcohol to treat pests. People have even unintentionally started fires in their homes caused by various over-the-counter treatments for bed bug removal

Bed bugs are tiny insects that feed on the blood of humans and animals. Adult bed bugs are reddish brown in color and are 5-7 mm in length. Bed bugs can be found anywhere, but most commonly in areas where people sleep such as bedding, mattresses, and bed frames. Bed bugs can travel on people, suitcases, clothing, and any other portable item. Because of this, bed bugs have even been found in upscale hotels. Bed Bugs are most active at night and bite any exposed areas of the skin. A person may not feel the bite as it is happening but will notice a red bump and experience itching anywhere from a few minutes to days later.

You may be able to treat the occasional cockroach without calling the professionals. Bed bugs, however, are another story. The experts at Econ-O-Bug can make sure that you actually have bed bugs and determine where they are. If you, in fact, do have bed bugs, then a trained professional can help eliminate the problem safely, efficiently and discretely. We can also work with you to make sure that the bed bugs do not come back again. 

Our trained Lexington, SC bed bug treatment professionals at Econ-O-Bug are ready with the proper equipment and experience to effectively handle your bed bug treatment needs. We have been serving the Midlands area for over 35 years. Our trained technicians take the safety of your family and pets into consideration while they identify the best pest control option for your bed bug infestation. Our Lexington exterminators select the safest, most effective treatment for your specific situation.