Bed bugs are a nightmare for many people. Bed bug infestations happen when bed bugs get into your home and make their way to the mattresses, couches, and other places where you sleep or sit down. Bed bug bites can cause itching and welts that may be mistaken for allergic reactions or mosquito bites.

The good news is that there are some signs of bed bug infestations that will help identify a problem before it becomes too big!

Bites From Bed Bugs

Bites From Bed Bugs

The most common Bed Bugs sign is the bites. Bed Bug infestations are usually detected by the presence of itchy red welts, also known as bed bug bites. Bed bugs feed on your blood so they tend to bite in the areas where you have a lot of exposed skin.

Bed bug bites are usually in a straight line and appear as raised, itchy bumps on the skin.

Bed bug bites are usually indistinguishable from other insect bites such as mosquito or flea bites but bed bugs can be identified by their bite marks: bedbug feeding patterns tend to show up in rows along the length of a limb rather than scattered randomly across your body.

If you find bed bugs in your bed or if you are bitten by bedbugs it is important to act quickly by hiring a professional pest control provider before the infestation worsens and spread to other rooms.

Rusty Stains on Your Sheets

If you find rusty stains on your bed sheets or pillowcases, this is an indication that bed bugs may be present. This happens when you roll over on bed bugs and your skin rubs off their rusty-colored blood. Even if, bed bugs are not visible, bed bug droppings-which often have the same rusty color to them as bed bug blood- can be found on your sheets.

If you have any of these signs that bed bugs may be present in your home or hotel room, check for bed bugs by looking at seams and folds in furniture (especially bedding), bed frames, and headboards. You may also look in bedside tables or dresser drawers for bed bugs hiding inside of the furniture itself.

Live Bed Bugs

Live bedbugs are about the size of an apple seed and they can be dark brown or red in color. They won’t appear to move too much if they’re sitting still on a bed sheet because their bodies match the pattern of your bedspread very closely. For this reason, people never usually suspect bedbugs until they see the bed bugs moving.

It is common that bed bugs are bedbugs that don’t travel too far from where they’re hiding and will live for around six months without feeding on their own again.

To look for bedbugs, bedsheets should be checked for bed bug droppings. This is usually black in color and will appear to look like spots of dirt or places where someone spilled coffee on the bedding.

The bed should also be inspected from head to foot for small insects that may have crawled over it during the night or daytime hours.


Bed bugs can be a major problem for homeowners. They are difficult to spot, and they’re an even bigger hassle to get rid of once you find them in your home.

But with the right knowledge about how these pests live and where they hide, it becomes much easier to prevent infestations before they happen or identify their presence early on – so that you can take action quickly before bed bug populations grow out of control.

We hope this post has provided some useful information about what signs of bed bug infestation look like along with helpful tips for prevention and detection if you suspect you have a pest issue in your house. Do any of these scenarios sound familiar?