These are some pictures from a Worcester, MA bed bug job that I did the other day.
Pests are a nuisance which it’s why it’s important to hire someone like Pest Authority to prevent them from even entering your home in the first place. Unfortunately, some of us might already have pests in our homes and will only realize once it’s too late – which is what happened here. You might already know what to do if you have a rat infestation in your home, but what about smaller pests like bed bugs? This shows what can happen if bed bugs are not treated right away.
Bed bugs will multiply and spread very quickly making treatment difficult. You will notice in these pictures that bed bugs don’t just stay in the bed and mattress, they will hide in wall outlets, dressers, and even under ceiling panels.
This is why it is important to treat them at the first signs, because once they’re in the walls and ceiling they will then be able to spread to other floors or rooms. The more spread out bed bugs are – the more difficult and expensive they are to treat. Fortunately, you will always be able to find fantastic local exterminators to rid you of your pest problems.
Bed bug fecal stains on bedding
Bed bug casings and fecal stains in bedding
Bed bug fecal stains on the wall (they’re not always just found in the bed)
Bed bug stains in the ceiling
Bed bugs around the door hinges (this happens when there is a heavy infestation)
Bed bugs in the wall outlet (one of their favorite hiding places)
Bed bug in wall outlet close up
Bed bug fecal stains around the wall outlet
Bed bug stains on the mattress
Bed bug on bedding
Bed bug on mattress
Now you have a better idea of what a BAD bed bug infestation can look like. If you’re ever staying in a hotel room or similar and see anything like this…run.