Bed Bug Control
Adult bed bugs are oval, wingless, about 6mm long and 3mm wide, and rusty red or mahogany in color. Their bodies are flattened, they have a four segmented antennae, and a three segmented mouthparts. The immatures appear identical to the adults except for their smaller size, and a lighter or yellowish white color.
Initial infestations tend to be around beds, but the bed bugs may eventually become scattered throughout a room, occupying any crevice or protected location. They can even move under walls to adjacent rooms. Treating all of the hiding areas and cracks is the key to getting rid of bed bugs. All infested areas need to be retreated at least 2-3 times within a month.