Our South Jersey office has received a number of calls in the past few weeks from customers asking us to identify Bed Bug bites.
Here is a picture of what a Bed Bug bite looks like on a human arm - courtesy of Whitney Cranshaw, Colorado State University, Bugwood.org.
Bed Bug bites usually appear as little red bumps or welts in linear groupings or clusters of 3 to 4 bites - this is referred to as the "breakfast, lunch, dinner" pattern.
Bed Bug bites can also be flat.
Everyone can react to the Bed Bug bites differently - from no symptoms at all, to a red itchy rash.
Do not scratch Bed Bug bites - this can lead to a secondary infection.
If you need help identifying which type of bug bite you have, OR if you suspect that you have a Bed Bug Infestation - and need to schedule treatment feel free to give us a call.
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Last Updated (Tuesday, 18 September 2012 10:49)