How to spot bed bugs in your house
The signs are there, and if you see one, call your pest control provider immediately.
They’re there to warn you to take measures and report any problems to your local Health Canada office.
The signs are very clear, says Debra Wainwright, a Canadian author and the owner of the blog Catching Bugs in Your House.
“If you don’t see them, you’re doing something wrong.
If you see them and you don’ t know what they are, you need to get involved,” she says.
Wainwright says if you’re worried about bed bugs, call the pest control centre immediately.
(CBC News)The signs come with a number of different warning labels, some of which have to be seen to be believed.
They include: “This is a very serious bug,” or “Bed bugs in bed and other sleeping areas, including in rooms with air conditioning.”
Wainwritt says if the signs are right, it’s time to do something about it.
“If we can’t find them, we should probably have a conversation with our neighbours,” she said.
The signs aren’t just for people who are aware of bed bugs.
If they’re not, there are many different types of bed bug problems that are difficult to identify and are often ignored.
For example, the bed bugs can bite you and the first thing you want to do is get your home inspected and checked for bed bugs before it’s too late.
Wearing gloves or masks will help keep you and your family safe.
If bed bugs are present, wear a hat, a mask, or a mask mask.
It’s best to wear one mask for every bedroom, Wainwrity says.
“If you’re in a dark room, wear one to make sure the bugs are not crawling out of the bed.”
Wearing a face mask will also help keep bed bugs out of your home and prevent them from biting you.
If there’s an issue with the bugs, it can help to spray them with a repellent like K-YOOP, which is made of petroleum jelly.
If the bed bug bites you, wash it with water, soapy water and an insecticide.
If you can’t see any bed bugs on your house, Wainswight says, call a pest control operator.
“When you call the number, they’ll call you back and you’ll get a call back within five minutes.”
Wainswright also says that if you do see bed bugs and are concerned, call Health Canada and ask for a bed bug control plan.
The Canadian government has a website that offers information about bed bug issues in the country.
If a bedbug is present, the website lists all the steps you need and how to get rid of them.
You can also call the Canadian Centre for Disease Control and Prevention to find out more about bedbug health issues.
You should call your local health centre if you are unsure about how to treat bed bugs if you suspect that they are present.
Wainwight advises: “Get rid of the bugs before they get into your home.”
If you or a loved one has had symptoms of bedbug bites, including fever, chest pain or pain in the legs, call 911 immediately.
Wainswiess says: “Call 911 and get the person out of there as fast as you can.”