Bed Bugs

Bed bugs are nocturnal. They hide in cracks and crevices until the lights go out.

The Bug Man has the proper tools, training, and products on hand to successfully eliminate a bed bug infestation. It’s always easiest to solve a bed bug problem when it first presents itself, so don’t wait weeks or even months to see if they will just “go away.”

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How to Check for Bed Bugs

If you’re checking for bed bugs, pull back the bedding on a mattress and bedspring and look for rust colored stains, usually along its seams and edges. Additionally, you can check for signs of bed bugs between a the mattress and boxspring. While looking, you might see live bed bugs in action.

Learn more about bed bugs and how they spread here.

Are Bed Bugs a Problem?

The short answer is yes. Bed bugs are parasitic insects that feed on blood. They are nocturnal, hiding in cracks and crevices until the lights go out. Once that happens, they come out to bite, causing itching and potential allergic reactions. If you are aware of bed bugs in your home, seek help for extermination.

How to Check For Bed Bugs

If you’re checking for bed bugs, pull back the bedding on a mattress and bedspring and look for rust colored stains, usually along its seams and edges. Additionally, you can check for signs of bed bugs between the mattress and box spring.


Looking for bed bugs may be difficult due to their small size, but is not impossible. Adults will grow to nearly a quarter of an inch and will be possible to spot if you look closely. Eggs are much smaller but can be a sign of a bigger problem to come. Thoroughly inspect your mattress to see if you are able to find bed bugs.

What We Do

The Bug Man has the proper tools, training, and products on hand to successfully eliminate a bed bug infestation. It’s always easiest to solve a bed bug problem when it first presents itself, so don’t wait weeks or even months to see if they will just “go away.” Call The Bug Man today at (615) 217-7284 so you can get back to getting a good night’s sleep.