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Bedbugs on the couch: Where do they come from and how to get rid of it?

Every person at least once in his life has come across or heard about blood-sucking insects – bugs living in sofas and other upholstered furniture. It is more correct to call them bed bugs, since bed bugs are called a suborder of insects, which have about 40 thousand species, most of which are absolutely safe for humans and feed exclusively on plant foods.

The bed bug is small up to 8 mm in size and has a flattened body that swells after the bug has drunk blood. With such a small size, this insect with its bites can create a lot of problems for humans. Let’s see how bed bugs get into our sofas.


The bed bug feeds exclusively on blood, loves to bite a person, but does not disdain pets either. These bites, insignificant at first glance, cause discomfort, the person does not get enough sleep, toss and turn all night. As a result, loss of attention, lack of mood, fatigue, decreased performance, etc. In addition, they can carry microorganisms that can cause various diseases.

Bedbugs choose sofas and other upholstered furniture as their place of residence for two reasons: convenience and availability of food. Each sofa has many secluded areas for these small insects to live and breed. They can easily hide in the folds of fabric, upholstery, in the interior of the sofa and in the crevices of wooden structures. And food comes to them by itself, allowing them not to worry about finding food. It is enough to crawl out of your crack and bite as much as it will fit, because a bed bug, drinking blood, bites a person many times, leaving a whole path of bites.

You need to know that these insects can settle not only in upholstered furniture, they settle behind a baseboard, in a closet with clothes, in an electrical outlet, behind various wall paintings and photographs, they can even crawl under peeling wallpaper.


There are several methods for self- destruction of bed bugs:

  1. Mechanical destruction;
  2. Heat treatment. Distinguish between cold and heat treatment. Bedbugs die together with their offspring at temperatures below -18 ° C and above + 50 ° C;
  3. Chemical treatment.

As a rule, after such exhausting methods, in 90% of cases, the result will be negative. These insects are very difficult to remove, so the most effective way to remove them is to call a specialized company that carries out pest control services.

All you need is to visit a well-known pest control website and call on the phone number indicated or leave a request on the site. Their specialists carry out the processing of the entire apartment. Professionals will clean sofas, beds, armchairs, tables and cabinets from bedbugs, any nooks and crannies of your apartment with a special mist. This fog, sprayed by the generator, consists of water and a drug dissolved in it, gets into all hard-to-reach places, leaving no chance for pests.

Call pest control management experts and get a full consultation on how to get rid of bed bugs quickly and permanently.


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