Wolverine Pest Services

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Bedbug Treatment in Eaton Rapids Unfortunately, bedbugs can be picked up anywhere, even fine hotels or movie theatres, and brought back into your home, and they are able to survive in even the cleanest environments. Don’t stress out about a potential bedbug problem – catching them early may help avoid a full infestation. Call the professionals at Wolverine Pest Services for bedbug treatment for your home or business.
Our veteran and family owned company has built its reputation on faith, honesty and fair, competitive pricing. With over 20 years of experience, you can depend on our team for thorough bedbug treatment. Call us today at (517) 999-5008 and we can provide you with a free quote over the phone.

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Catch a Potential Bedbug Problem Early

Bedbugs seek out warmth, and if you’ve noticed that you or a family member wake up with tiny red, itchy bites, you may have a potential bedbug problem. In addition to bringing bedbugs home from other locations, if you’ve recently purchased used furniture or a pre-owned mattress, these can potentially house bedbugs, too. Out experts can inspect your home for bedbugs and provide a solution. Our faith-based
company has been helping homeowners with pest solutions for over 20 years. You can count on fair, competitive pricing, too. Our family and veteran-owned company is licensed and insured through the state of Michigan for your peace of mind. Want to learn more? Request a call back by completing our online form.

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These folks are thorough; that is they definitely go the extra mile to complete the task at hand. My wife and I run a house of hospitality for the homeless and just like anyone who host’s travelers is subject to bedbugs so was our house. We have hired Wolverine Pest Services twice over the last couple of years (it was over a year apart so not the same bedbug episode) and both times they have been exceedingly complete when applying the liquid and aerosol. They were also easy to reach on the phone and very friendly to interact with.


Helping rid homes & businesses of bed bug infestations
Wolverine Pest Control can help you get rid of bed bugs. Bed bugs are really tiny, but they can still cause big trouble. If you see any of these bugs, you should get help right away. The longer you wait, the more bed bugs there will be. Wolverine Pest Control can help you get rid of them.
What are bed bugs?
Bed bugs are bugs that eat people. They look like little apple seeds, but when they have eaten, they turn a red color. Newer bed bugs are smaller and clear, and they also turn red after they eat. The eggs of these bugs are so small they can hardly be seen. They are like a pinhead. Bed bugs can cause a lot of problems. They bite and leave itchy welts. They might even make you sick. They leave behind blood and poop that can make your home stink. If there are a lot of them, you will really notice the smell. So it's best to get rid of them as soon as you can.
What do bed bugs look like?
Bed bugs are brown or red and are shaped like little ovals. They have two antennas and six legs, and when they are fully grown, they look kind of like a seed from an apple. They are about 1/4 of an inch long. Once they have eaten, adult bed bugs get bigger and turn a reddish-purple. Nymphs are nearly impossible to spot, since they are very small and their bodies are colourless. The eggs are even tinier than the nymphs, about the size of a speck of salt, and usually white.
How long do bed bugs live?
Adult bed bugs usually live for two to four months, but if they are in a place that is really nice for them, they can live as long as a year. A female bedbug lays eggs every day, sometimes up to five at a time. In its life, it can lay around 200 to 250 eggs. It takes between 6 to 10 days for the eggs to hatch. The baby bugs, called nymphs, need to eat and shed their skin to grow into adults. It can take five weeks or up to four to six months for them to become fully grown. Bed bugs usually eat every 10 days. This continues until they are grown up.
Where do bed bugs come from?
You might accidentally bring bed bugs into your house if you go out and about a lot. Places like hotels, airports, taxis, movie theaters, hospitals, shopping centers, and libraries are all places where bed bugs can be found. They can also come in with used mattresses and furniture, or even used clothes. If you live in an apartment, bed bugs may come from a neighbor's place. Be careful and watch out for these bugs!
How to check for bed bugs
Bed bugs are called bed bugs because they go to the places people sleep. They like to hide in headboards, mattresses, and box springs. If they are not removed quickly, they can spread to other places in the house, like couches, floors, behind walls, outlets, and in computers and other electronic devices. At night, bed bugs like to hide. It is almost impossible to catch them if you see them out and about. If you spot one on your bedding, it probably means there are a lot of them and it might take a lot of work, and maybe even help from a specialist, to get rid of them. Look around your house carefully for possible bed bug hideouts. Watch for any marks or bites on yourself, your family, or your pets. Check the places they like to hide for signs of bed bugs.
Where do bed bugs hide? Bed bugs like to stay in places where people stay for a while. They need 3 to 10 minutes to eat without getting disturbed. Bed bugs like to eat, and after they are done, they try to hide. To find them, think about places they may hide. If you look in places like cracks and corners, you might find signs of a bed bug infestation.
Beds Beds can be a great home for bed bugs. They can get food nearby and have lots of places to hide until they need to eat or lay eggs. Look carefully at your bed and its surroundings to see if there are any strange spots. See if you notice anything on the sheets, pillow, mattress pad, and mattress. Also check the seams and crevices. Don't forget the headboard, bed frame, and the floor. If you have a carpet, look there too. Keep an eye out for anything unusual in the area around your bed.
Couches The average show on TV goes for 25 minutes, which is enough time for bed bugs to eat and feel full until their next meal. Bed bugs often hang out on furniture that people sit on often, like chairs, ottomans, or wheelchairs. Look on each side and under the cushions for dark spots to make sure no bed bugs are around.
Baseboards and door hinges
Bed bugs like to stay close to their food source, which is usually human blood. That's why baseboards, especially in the bedrooms and living areas where people like to relax, make good homes for them. They can easily hide there, and they can also quickly travel to different rooms.Bed bugs like to hide in places that have small cracks and are close to where people are. They might hide in door hinges or other spots that are unusual. They need to be close to people so they can feed.
Electrical fixtures
Bed bugs can spread easily between rooms. Places like wall sockets, switches, and outlets can be hiding spots for the bugs. When you are sitting close to outlets, in your favorite chair, or sleeping in bed, they may come out to feed.
Your laptop can easily be a home for bed bugs in all the small spaces of your keyboard. TVs, computers, fans, and air purifiers can also have tiny places where bed bugs can hide. If any of these devices were in an area with bed bugs, they may be living inside.

Signs of a bed bug infestation in your home

If you think you may have bed bugs, it is important to look out for some signs. Bites on your skin can be a sign, but these can look like bites from other bugs, such as mosquitoes, ticks, fleas, mites, or lice. To be sure, you should look for other signs, like dark spots on your bed sheets, a sweet, musty smell, and tiny white eggs.

Here are some other signs to watch out for so you can stop a bed bug infestation in its tracks.

Blood stains
When you go to bed, bed bugs can feed off of you. This can leave some wet blood on your skin. If you move while you are sleeping, you can squash a bed bug and its insides can get on your bedding, pillow, or furniture.
Dark spots
Look for dark spots that look like a pen or marker on fabric and furniture. Also, search for tiny, dry spots on hard surfaces. These splotches might be from bed bugs. If you find a lot of them in the same spot, it means there's an infestation starting. But if you don't do something about it, the bugs will spread out.
Musty smells
If you get a whiff of something sweet and musty in your room, it could mean bed bugs have moved in! This smell can also be rusty, which is because of the iron from the blood they have eaten and left behind. Bed bugs use certain chemicals to talk to each other. This smell is stronger when there are more of them living together.
Shells or casings
Bed bugs grow by shedding their skin. They leave behind five different casings or shells. These shells look yellowish or light brown and can be found near where the bed bugs live. Check under your bed, the bed frame, and the couch cushions for these empty shells.

How can I prevent bed bugs in the future?

In addition to our professional services, the following prevention tips will help you to keep bed bugs out of your home or business:

● Regularly vacuum your Eaton Rapids, home, not forgetting the seams of mattresses, box springs, and upholstered furniture.
● After returning home from travel, wash all clothing on the highest heat setting the fabrics can handle.
● Never purchase used mattresses, box springs, or upholstered furniture for use inside your home.
● Vacuum and wipe down suitcases used during vacation.
● After purchasing clothes from retail stores or second-hand stores, immediately wash and dry them.
● Reduce hiding spots in your home by placing bed bug proof covers over all mattresses and box springs.
● When traveling, use suitcases with hard sides and always inspect your hotel room for bed bugs before bringing luggage and other personal belongings inside.

Getting rid of bed bugs is not easy, and it takes experts to do it right. Wolverine Pest Control provides top-notch pest control services to help home and businesses get rid of bed bugs. We make sure to use the newest methods and the best products to make sure our customers have
a sense of relief, and they don’t have to worry about pests.

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