Bed bug infestations can make your home feel like a nightmare and unfortunately hard to detect until it becomes a problem.
Bed bugs are a flat, oval-shaped bug that is the size of an apple seed. Most commonly found in bed sheets, mattresses, headboards, or in furniture adjacent to your bed. Most times bed bug infestations happen after you bring them home with you in your luggage after traveling.
Flea infestations most commonly start with household pests like cats and dogs that go from outdoors to indoors. When the pet is outside the flea will attach to the animal and then can spread quickly through your home once brought back inside.
DID YOU KNOW?
Female mosquitoes can lay up to 300 eggs at one time.
Mosquitoes can cause a whole host of problems. More than the annoying and itchy bites that they cause but mosquitoes also carry one of the most deadliest diseases.
The mosquito plays an essential role in the heartworm’s life cycle. When the mosquito bites an infected animal it picks up those baby worms and can transfer those heartworms to your animal by a single bite.
Mosquitoes spread dangerous diseases including the Zika virus, Malaria, Dengue Fever, and more.
Bullseye Pest Control’s sister company Mr. Mosquito will treat your property to get rid of mosquitos and prevent them from reoccurring.
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Birds can be a very destructive animal to your home when they invade. They carry and spread pests such as mites, fleas and ticks and transfer diseases.
Bullseye Pest Control offers wildlife control services that will get rid of those unwanted animals invading your property. Riding wildlife can be more dangerous than you think.
Wildlife that we handle
- Bats in the attic and the damage that they cause are common for homeowners. Call Bullseye Pest Control to help exclude the bats in the attic or elsewhere in your home.
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