About Bed Bugs
- Adult bed bugs are about 1/4 of an inch long with reddish-brown oval bodies.
- Bed bugs can live just about anywhere frequented by humans.
- Bed bugs are most active at night and usually hide during the daytime.
- Bed bugs feed on human blood every few days; however, bed bugs can survive up to a year without feeding.
- A person often develops an itchy red welt after a bed bug bite, but some people have little or no reaction.
- Bed bugs can feed on other warm-blooded animals, including dogs, cats, birds, and rodents.
- One female bed bug can produce 1-5 eggs per day.
- Bed bug eggs are tiny, and difficult to see without magnification.
- Newly hatched bed bugs are the size a pinhead, translucent, and not easily seen by the human eye.
- Bed bugs are easily transported on luggage, boxes, clothing, backpacks, furniture, electronics, etc.
- Bed bugs move quickly and can easily spread throughout a building or home.
Cincinnati Bed Bug Detection is managed by Ryan and Caroline Grafton. Both Ryan and Caroline were trained at the prestigious J&K Canine Academy in Gainesville, Florida. Ryan has a degree in Environmental Science and also works as an environmental consultant. Caroline has a degree in Sociology and worked for Sleep Tight, LLC (a bed bug detection service) before forming Cincinnati Bed Bug Detection.
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