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Understanding the Physical Symptoms of a Bed Bug Infestation

Pest Control Orange County

Physical evidence tends to hold up, so you should know what the physical symptoms of a bed bug infestation look like. You might find bed bugs or the exoskeletons that they molt, the droppings they leave behind, or itchy bites on your skin. Continue reading for an understanding of the physical symptoms.

The Bugs and Their Exoskeletons
The most obvious physical symptom of a bed bug infestation is the actual presence of the bugs themselves. You might find them hiding in your pillowcases, the seams of your mattress, or just about anywhere near the area where you sleep. If you don’t see an actual live—or dead—bed bug, you might find an exoskeleton. Bed bugs leave them behind when they molt, but this evidence is proof that you have some kind of infestation brewing. Take this opportunity to call your pest control professional.

Bed Bug Droppings
Every pest leaves droppings behind, but it’s tough to identify the infestation if you don’t know what kind of droppings a specific type of pest leaves. Bed bugs feed solely on blood, and this is evident in their droppings. If you find what appear to be blood stains in your sheets, on your blanket, or on your pillow, you might be looking at bed bug droppings. The blood that bed bugs feed on turns into rusty colored blood spots on your bedding and in the surrounding areas.

Bites on Your Skin
Bed bugs don’t spread disease, but their bites can still be problematic. Bites tend to be itchy, and scratching can lead to secondary infections. These bites are also evidence that you do indeed have a bed bug infestation. If you notice bites on your skin, droppings, or bed bugs themselves, don’t wait to talk to your pest control professional.

Is it time to consider bed bug treatment serving Orange County? Call Payne Pest Management at (877) 365-5629. Our team offers all kinds of pest control services, from getting rid of bed bugs to doing away with termites. Visit our website or our offices for more on what we can do.

Exploring the Life Cycle of a Honey Bee

Some people see bees as a pest control problem, and others are fascinated by the way they function and interact. A honey bee will go through significant changes throughout its life. Check out this video if you’d like to explore a honey bee’s life cycle.

All honey bees start off as eggs, but they only stay in their eggs for 3 days. At that point, the bee will become a larva, which will grow for another 6 days. 3 days later, the larva becomes a pupa, and over the next week the larva will form its eyes, legs, and antennae. After 21 days have passed, an adult bee will be fully formed.

Payne Pest Management specializes in pest control in San Diego, and we’re happy to help you with your bed bug bites and termite infestations. You can always stop by our offices, head to our website, or call us at (877) 365-5629.

Jazz Under The Stars

Jazz Under The Stars We have a special discounted ticket offer for you! As a supporter of Smooth Jazz KIFM, we’re able to offer you our promo code for discounted tickets to Jazz Under the Stars featuring Bobby Caldwell and The Foreign Affair Trio of Michael Lington, Alex Bugnon, and Marc Antoine. It’s happening on August 12 th outdoors at the Pala Casino Starlight Theatre.

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Take a Peek at Some of the World's Strangest Pests

Bed bugs, termites, and rodents might be commonplace, but there are some incredibly odd pests out there. Watch this video and peek at some of the world’s strangest pests.

You might find all pests strange, but some are stranger than others. The Madagascar Hissing Cockroach hisses when it is threatened, which can add to the visual disturbance. The good news is that they’re found in the rainforest and are not known for entering people’s homes. A ladybug is a common pest, but not everyone knows that they help crops and release an unpleasant material to protect themselves when they’re in danger.

When it comes to pest control in San Diego, it’s tough to top Payne Pest Management. Whether you need residential or commercial pest control, we are proud to offer our services. Stop by our website or offices to learn about our team. You can also call us at (877) 365-5629.

Fighting Back Against Cockroaches

Pest Control Orange County

Cockroaches can be a pain, but there’s always something you can do about the problem. If you work with a quality pest control company and put a plan in place, you can take your home or office space back and continue to live in comfort. Here’s some advice when it comes to fighting back against cockroaches.

In addition to being unsightly nuisances, cockroaches can aggravate asthma and allergies as well as cause food poisoning. For this reason, you should make it a point to call your pest control professional as soon as you notice signs of roaches. Your exterminator can use different techniques and materials like baits and growth regulators to do away with your problem and help you stay comfortable in your home or office. Then you can focus on how to keep these pests from coming back in.

Do you need help fighting back against cockroaches? Payne Pest Management offers pest control services near San Diego. You can call us at (877) 365-5629 to learn about our rodent control and bed bug exterminations.

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