Bedbug Exterminator in Baltimore

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What are Bedbugs? 

Bed bugs are small parasitic insects that are, reddish, flat, and oval. They feed on human blood. Bed bugs normally hide in cracks and crevices, such as mattresses, furniture, outlets, picture frames, carpets, box-springs and baseboards. They feed most actively between 2 and 4 AM, and can go about 3 months without eating. Bed bugs can lay 6-10 eggs per day. Aside from blood marks on linens and bites while sleeping.
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1. Why do I have bedbugs in my home?

Bed bugs are usually transported in luggage, infested furniture, and mattresses. Bedbugs may wander between adjoining apartments through cracks in walls.

2. Are bedbugs dangerous?

They are not known to transmit diseases, but bed bug bites can become red, itchy welts due to the transfer of saliva when feeding.

3. How do you get rid of bedbugs in my house?

Early detection and treatment are critical to successful bed bug control. Our bed bug exterminators in Baltimore Maryland carry out a careful inspection and treatment of all cracks and crevices, using a special combination of products to kill them and stop newly hatched eggs from being able to reproduce. For more information on bed bug removal visit this website:

4. Is the treatment safe?

Our Baltimore bed bug exterminators use the latest techniques to rid you of your bed bugs. We use products that have reduced toxicity and are registered by the EPA, and we carefully follow their guidelines for their application. Should any specific safety measures need to be taken, our highly trained service technicians will make sure you have a thorough understanding of them.

5. How soon can you get here?

Rosenbloom Pest Control in Baltimore is 100% committed to solving your pest problem as soon as possible, by providing same day or next day service. You will need to prepare your living quarters for treatment. Please contact our office for details on preparing for a bed bug treatment.