Bed bugs are an issue that can be dealt with with by your Tulsa pest control company. Bed bugs are a special kind of parasite that feed upon human blood. They will hide in your beds and couches and will wait until you least expect it. Then they’ll come out and bite you draining you of blood causing itchy bites on your skin. Well, these insects don’t spread any disease that we know of, they are terrible nuisance, and something to know what you have to deal with. So in this article, let us take a good hard look at bed bugs, their life cycle, and what you and your Tulsa pest control company can do to protect yourselves from these insects.


Bed bugs develop using an incomplete metamorphosis. This means that after they hatch from their egg, a nymph will emerge. A nymph is a smaller version of the adult insects. This nymph will feed on blood just like the adults will. As it begins to grow, it will eventually outgrow the exoskeleton that it hatched with. At this point it will have to molt or remove its exoskeleton. Once it does, it will now have a new fresh exoskeleton that can continue to grow for sometime. The bed bug will have to go through five molts, before it finishes its lifecycle. Then it will be ready to mate with a another bed bug, and lay eggs. Contact your Tulsa pest control company for help with these insects. Check out our reviews!


If you’re having issues with bed bugs, you probably have already looked into many of the different over-the-counter solutions that are available. These solutions are in most cases useless. Bed bugs have a distinct ability to develop an immunity to chemicals used against them. Back in the 90s, there was a family of pesticides was used against bed bugs extensively known as pyrethrins. These pesticides were developed from, a natural occurring pesticide found in chrysanthemum plants. It was very safe and used extensively against them. 

Overtime they grew a immunity to them, and now the over-the-counter solutions that you can find in your local hardware store are repackaged pyrethrum pesticides. Because of this, in almost every case, they have already developed an immunity against them, rendering these kinds of solutions useless. The best solution is to contact your Tulsa pest control company who can fit the bed bug treatment to your needs and budget.

So if you’re having issues with bed bugs, or any other pest control, it’s time to contact your Tulsa pest control company. TermMax pest control is the best in the business when it comes to dealing with bed bugs, or any other parasites. We serviced a greater Tulsa area, including Broken Arrow, Coweta, Claremore, Catoosa, Owasso, Turley, Sand Springs, Sapulpa, Owasso, Turley, Jenks, Bixby, and so much more. Call today for a free estimate. We’re here to help!

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