Bed Bugs lives and feed in beds and its surroundings. Their flattened body allows them to squeeze into small cracks and crevices and are hard to find, detect and eradicate. Their typical hiding places are in folds and seams of mattresses, bed frames, carpet edges and any area which they can squeeze. They excrete faeces as small, brown spots on walls, sheets and conducive surfaces. Bed Bugs feed mostly at night when the host is asleep. Their bites can cause small, hard, swollen welts on the skin and can itch severely and become inflamed.
Fleas and Ticks are ectoparasites that feed on the blood of warm blooded body. They can cause skin Irritations, allergies, and diseases. They prefer warm and humid conditions. They are attracted by the body warmth of the animal hosts and crawl or jump onto the hosts. They depend very much on their hosts for a blood meal.