To completely rid your home of bed bugs, hiring a professional exterminator is recommended. Most states require their insect pros to be licensed, but be sure to ask how long any contractor or company has been in business and if they've ever dealt with a bed bug infestation.
If so, you should Immediately - with a capital I - call a pest control professional. While many pests can be controlled by homeowners themselves, bed bugs are so difficult to find and to eliminate that professional service is recommended. (See Why are bed bugs so hard to kill? for more information.)
Today I found this bug. Squished it then did a deeper clean of my room and found some skin. I also found a tiny one near the one pictured. I haven't had any new bites and still have found no sign of them. Should I call an exterminator right away and have them take a look, or if there is just one should I take major precautions on my own.
I have found a couple bed bugs in multiple bedrooms in my house, but i have looked around with a flashlight in all possible places they could be and see none. so i dont think I have an infestation. should I still call an exterminator or should I just use a special bed bug spray
Another reason why you should call an exterminator for bed bugs is that DIY treatments can potentially pose a danger to you and your family. This is especially true if you have young children and pets. For example, if you use a product throughout your home to kill bed bugs, your children and pets may accidentally consume the product.
You have just found bed bugs in your apartment or house. Are you living with AGONY?! Don't become a bug buffet! What should you do? Will you call a bed bug exterminator or just move out? First, it's good to make some research about bed bugs and gain