Bed bugs are small, reddish-brown insects that feed on the blood of humans and animals. Despite their name, they are not limited to beds; they can be found in various hiding spots, including cracks, crevices, and furniture. Nocturnal by nature, bed bugs are most active during the night when they emerge to feed on their hosts. They are attracted to the warmth and carbon dioxide produced by humans, making sleeping areas a common target. The bites of bed bugs can cause red, itchy welts on the skin, and although they are not known to transmit diseases, the psychological toll of dealing with an infestation can be significant. Understanding the life cycle of bed bugs is essential for effective control. They go through egg, nymph, and adult stages, with the ability to reproduce rapidly under favorable conditions. Bed bugs, though small in size, can have a significant impact on the well-being of individuals and the reputation of establishments. Contact us for professional help. We offer "Rock Solid Services".