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Signs that you need a Bed Bug Treatment

There are a few signs that you might have the need for a Bed Bug Treatment in Cape Town. We will name a few, but know that when it comes to Bed Bug Treatments we are the best not because we said so but because of the way we eliminate the bed bug infestation.

• Firstly you will notice blood smears on the sheets

• Secondly bites from the bed bug will appear as big red sting like marks on the skin. 

• Thirdly you may see exoskeletons that look like small cockroaches in the room.

• Lastly in conclusion you may notice nests in the room. The nests may resemble a black mold like look in seams of the mattress or somewhere in the room. 

What makes our Bed Bug Treatment methods better?

Pest Managers has developed a unique strategy in combating bed bug infestations. We have developed a combination formula of very potent pesticide which has a extremely fast knockdown effect and a very long residual action.

Why do you need Bed Bug Treatment?

The majority of victims experience sleeplessness, anxiety and stress as a result of having bed bugs. Bed bug infestations are significant psycho-social stressors, people may experience sleeplessness as they worry about bugs biting them or their family members. People have been known to self-isolate, avoiding family and friends out of concern for spreading the infestation.

Additionally, some people may also be stigmatized by friends or others in the community, or find they have problems at work if their bed bug problem becomes known. As a result, victims of bed bug infestations may experience moderate to severe levels of stress, anxiety and depression and should seek treatment as necessary.

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Identify Bed Bugs

Bed bugs are a type of insect that feed on human blood, usually at night. Their bites can result in a number of health impacts including skin rashes, psychological effects and allergic symptoms.

 Bites from Bed Bugs may lead to skin changes ranging from invisible to small areas of redness to prominent blisters. Symptoms may take between minutes to days to appear and itchiness is generally present. 

Some individuals may feel tired or have a fever. Typically, uncovered areas of the body are affected and often three bites occur in a row. Bed bugs bites are not known to transmit any infectious disease. Complications may rarely include areas of dead skin or vasculitis. 

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