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Known to cause anxiety, insomnia, and other adverse reactions, bed bugs are anyone’s worst nightmare. If you come across this type of pest on your property, don’t panic – Mega Bee Pest Control offers professional, efficient bed bug treatments. We understand how overwhelming an infestation can be, which is why we are here to take care of it for you. Using top-quality products and advanced tools and technology, our team locates and eliminates bed bug infestations of all sizes.
At Mega Bee Pest Control, your safety and comfort are our utmost priorities. Our dedicated technicians work hard to restore your home or business to its pre-bed-bug state so you can rest easy again.
Schedule professional bed bug control in Miami, FL by calling (305) 306-9625.
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Bed bugs look different depending on the stage of life they are in, which can make identifying them a little difficult. Knowing what to look for is the first step in controlling your bed bug problem.
Below is a breakdown of what bed bugs look like at each stage of life:
- Eggs: Bed bug eggs are rather small, around the size of a pinhead, and pearl-white in color. If they are old enough, you might also see a dark spot on the shell.
- Young bed bugs: Before bed bugs have engorged themselves on blood, they are small, translucent, and whitish-yellow in color.
- Adult bed bugs: Adult bed bugs have likely had time to consume blood, which changes their appearance. They become dark reddish-brown, oval-shaped or balloon-like, and approximately the size of an apple seed.
You might come across bed bugs in your mattress, behind picture frames, in curtains, on a bedframe, in the seams of couches and chairs, in electrical appliances, under loose wallpaper, and in many other hiding spots in a home or commercial property.
Bed bugs are great at hiding from us, so it helps to know what else to look for when trying to identify an infestation.
Common signs of a bed bug infestation include:
- Musty odors
- Reddish-brown stains on your mattress or bedding
- Small dark spots on your bedding
- Bites on the face, neck, legs, or arms
Think you might have a bed bug infestation? Call our Miami bed bug control experts right away. We will arrive in fully stocked trucks ready to eliminate the problem as quickly as possible.
Why Choose Mega Bee Pest Control?
Since opening our doors in 2011, Mega Bee Pest Control has remained committed to serving the members of our community by protecting their homes and businesses against pests. As the premier pest control company, we adhere to the highest standards in workmanship, efficiency, and results.
When you hire Mega Bee Pest Control, you can expect:
- Same-day and 24/7 emergency services
- Free inspections
- Eco-friendly, organic treatment options
- Licensed and highly trained technicians
- A comprehensive treatment program
Don’t settle for subpar service when you can have the very best. Put your trust in Mega Bee Pest Control and rest assured your property is in great hands. We treat all types of pests, including bees, roaches, termites, and more.
Schedule professional bed bug control in Miami by calling (305) 306-9625. You may also send us a message online.
Amazing service! Jean was very attentive when it came to over looking my house.” - Alex Manolizi
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Jean came to my residence right on time! We were having bad infestation of cockroaches it felt like its impossible to get rid of them in our apartment. Jean took his time to check everything and explained to me what we were really dealing with.” - Zinaida Parnis
Jean & his team arrived right on time & are clearly passionate about what they do.” - Ean Carroll