If you are a manager of a hotel in Canberra you are at the greatest risk of losing money with customers demanding refunds, upgrade of their room and will leave bad reviews all due to bedbugs the damage to reputation is irreparable.

Customers that come into your hotel could be unaware that the bed bugs are traveling on their luggage, backpacks, briefcases, mattresses, and used furniture and once in your hotel they unpack their bag on the and the bed and bugs can be transferred easily to bedding.

DAMAGE THEY DO:

Bed bugs need a blood meal to breed and survive and wait until a person is asleep they are alerted by the smell of carbon dioxide from your breath they then anesthetize an area before biting so the victim feels nothing until the morning where there is unexplained spotting of blood on the sheets.

Unfortunately, there are some people that are allergic to the bite and can wake up with a mass of red and swollen bites over their body

Each female bed bug lays an egg per day and this takes 10 days to hatch and another five to six weeks for the offspring to develop into an adult. You can already assume that the bed bug problem can get out of control easily and once the room is re-let again the bed bugs lay in wait for the next blood host before attacking again.

Under normal conditions, bed bugs feed approximately once every week. Nymphs cannot grow without a blood meal. Bed bugs will molt (shed their skin) five times before reaching maturity. A blood meal is needed between each successive molt.

SOLUTION:

Ring a pest control company straight away if left untreated you could be easily have an infestation which takes longer to control and will put rooms out of action while the treatment takes place.

The easiest way is to have mattresses encased in a protector and have a monitor on the bed to detect bed bug presence of which A1 Pest Control Canberra has both of these products readily available.

Please feel free to contact our team on 0407 065 413 or visit our website http://A1PestControlCanberra.com.au

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