One of the most common misconceptions about bed bugs is that they hate light. Though there is no denying that bed bugs are nocturnal, they don’t hate light. Turning up the lights will not act as a bed bug repellent. Bed bugs are drawn to the heat and carbon dioxide that humans exude during sleep. For this reason, bed bugs seem to dislike light, because they tend to come out at night, when most people are asleep.
Over the years we’ve heard some silly and strange ways people attempt killing bed bugs. One of those is the belief that turning up the lights, or
Not only is this impractical – you can’t sleep with the lights on forever! It’s not an effective way of killing bed bugs. In fact, it doesn’t affect them at all, and you’ll still suffer from bed bug bites regardless. Bed bugs are extremely adaptable and if given no other choice, they’ll attack when the lights are on. People who attempt to change their sleeping patterns or turn on lights are not addressing the root problem. The bed bug population will adapt and continue to grow until a bed bug treatment is used.
H2: How to Treat Bed Bugs the Right Way!
A proper bed bug treatment requires either extreme temperatures or chemicals in order to kill the bed bugs. At Magical, we offer a selection of customizable bed bug treatments in order to provide our customers with the best service possible.
We offer these bed bug treatments for killing bed bugs:
Need help deciding which type of bed bug treatment will work best for killing bed bugs in your home? Call us at (905) 738-6676. We’d be more than happy to share how to treat bed bugs in your home.