Bed Bug Exterminator - Indianapolis, IN

Bed Bugs, known scientifically as Cimex lectularius, are attracted to high levels of carbon dioxide. When humans are sleeping, we exhale a greater amount of carbon dioxide than when awake, which is due to our altered breathing patterns. For this reason, Cimidicae are much more likely to bite at night when carbon dioxide levels are highest.  Because of this, Cimidicae adopted the common name “bed bugs.”

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Inspection and Elimination of Bed Bugs

Regular inspections are crucial when creating a pest management plan for the bed bugs invading your home or business. When treating these bed bugs, we will first do a thorough inspection of the suspected area. We will inspect for and confirm an infestation, then craft a strategic pest control plan that fits your specific needs.The expert bed bug exterminators at AAA Exterminating possess the tools and expertise needed to rid your home of bed bugs.

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