Bed Bugs in Oregon

Bed bugs are a less common problem in Oregon, but they do infest homes regularly. These tiny pests are excellent at hiding in crevices and cracks, making them difficult to detect and even more difficult to eliminate. We understand how frustrating and stressful it can be to deal with a bed bug infestation, whether in your home or your business. That’s why we’re here to help.

Adult bed bugs are brown to reddish-brown, approximately 3/16-inch long, 1/8-inch wide, broadly oval, and flat. Immature bed bugs (nymphs) are tiny and appear translucent or pale in color. The eggs are pearly white in color and only 1 mm in length, thus they can be very difficult to detect with the naked eye.

How do I know I have Bed Bugs?
  • Live bugs are seen around the bed or other areas where people rest.
  • Shed exoskeleton casings (light tan, hollow-looking bug skins left behind).
  • Characteristic black stains on the bed or bedding created by fecal droppings.
  • Unexplained bites that escalate slowly in numbers.

Bed bugs hide in cracks and crevices, typically associated with beds and sofas, and can be difficult to detect. Therefore, infestations can grow rapidly and persist indefinitely until proper corrective actions are taken. Reactions to bed bug bites can range from no reaction at all to a very severe allergic reaction and the level of reaction tends to vary depending on the person.

Where do bed bugs come from?
Bed bugs do not enter homes from the natural outdoor environment; instead, they must be introduced into the home from a previously infested environment. This can occur by picking them up during travel, bringing them in on rented or used furniture, introduction by guests or visitors, or other means. They will even hitchhike on personal items such as luggage, purses, and backpacks. Ways to prevent introducing an infestation into your home are to avoid discarded furniture, inspect used furniture before entry into your home, briefly inspect hotel/motel rooms before staying in them, and be aware of the signs and symptoms of bed bugs so that you can identify an infestation as early as possible.
How to get rid of bed bugs?
While we understand the desire to handle pest control on your own, we highly recommend leaving the treatment of bed bugs to professionals. Bed bugs can be notoriously difficult to eliminate, and attempting to do so on your own can lead to further infestations and potential health risks.

Professional treatments may consist of the use of heat, inspection, materials, steam, and bed encasements. Typically, these services are very labor-intensive, and they are unfortunately expensive. The first step is always a thorough inspection to evaluate the situation and develop a proper service program.

At Good Earth Pest Company, we use a combination of techniques to effectively control bed bugs on your property. If you may have bed bugs, please give us a call to schedule your inspection. We are more than happy to help!

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If you may have Bed Bugs, please give us a call and we are more than happy to help! Call or text  us at 877-517-7378.


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