What bed bugs in Long Island look like depends on what stage of their life they are and whether or not they’ve just had a blood meal. You need to know that the adults are about the size of an apple seed, and the youngest nymphs can be the size of a speck of dirt. They are very difficult to see. The unfed nymphs are light-colored, whereas a bed bug that has fed will be red, rust, or brown in color. Below you’ll find examples of beg bugs that you may in Long Island.
They are also great at hiding. Our bed bug experts of Long Island are trained to find and exterminate them. They can be very thin and can slip into cracks. Bed bugs can be hiding in places you do not think anything can get into. Though they prefer to feed late at night (around 3-5 am seems to be ideal), they may bite you without your knowledge, during the night or day, in bed or while you sit in a chair or on a sofa. Most people don’t even realize they are being bit, as for most it is painless. You can be bitten for months and months without seeing an actual bed bug dead or alive. And bed bug bites can be hard to identify, and can look like several other conditions–and they don’t look the same on everyone. Here is an example of what bed bug bites look like:
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