Bed bugs are very common in Norway. Bed bugs can bite you while you sleep, which can leave itchy red marks that make you think that there’s a mosquito bite or flea bite.
Bed bugs live in mattresses, bed frames and box springs. They do not move from room to room. In fact, they don’t like to travel more than 100 feet from where they live. As a result, bed bugs don’t spread from person to person like lice or head lice do.
Bedbugs can live for several months without feeding on a host. This means that if you travel or stay somewhere else for an extended period of time, your home may still be infested with bedbugs even though you’re not there.
Bedbugs are active at night. During the day, they hide in cracks and crevices near their hosts or in dark areas like under furniture or beds. They generally feed on people from about 3 to 10 minutes and then go back to hiding. Bedbugs don’t spread disease, but their bites can cause itchy red welts that may become infected if scratched too hard.
If you have bedbugs in your home, there are a few things you can do to get rid of them. The first thing is to make sure that anything that has been in contact with the bugs is cleaned thoroughly. This includes washing all bedding and clothes in hot water, vacuuming thoroughly and using steam cleaners on mattresses, box springs and upholstered furniture. If you have any infested furniture or items stored away, it’s important that they’re also cleaned before bringing them back into your home.
What Is The Best Way To Get Rid Of Bed Bugs?
The best way to get rid of bed bugs is by hiring professional bed bug Skadedyrhjelp. Many people in Norway try to do it themselves, but this can be a very difficult task. Professional bed bug exterminators have the tools and expertise needed to effectively remove these pests from your home.