Get rid of Bed Bugs
Bed Bugs can do a lot of damage and it’s important to take action right away. Because cases can vary dramatically we do not offer online or over the phone quotes for Bed Bug control. Instead please give us a call to schedule an in-person consultation so we can create a customized plan to address your unique needs.
Bed Bug Control
Bed bugs are troublesome household pests. They’re sneaky, hard to find, and can pose potential health risks for you and your family. Bed Bugs are blood-sucking insects of significant public health importance because they feed on the blood of sleeping people; however, they are not known to transmit disease.
Signs Of A Bed Bug Infestation
- Straight lines of multiple bites.
- Rust colored stains on your mattress or bedding.
- Apple-seed-sized bugs on your mattress, bedding, or pillow.
- Blood stains on your clothing or bedding.
End Bed Bugs in 3 easy steps.
Thorough Inspection and Treatment Plan
Inspection is always our first course of action when addressing a pest infestation. Bed Bugs can be difficult to find. We train our Technicians to pinpoint evidence and determine infestation severity with accuracy. On the first visit, we will inspect your entire home, including the bed, furniture, rugs, and linens. We will inspect target areas and use special equipment to check cracks and crevices.
Your Technician will start in the bedroom and work their way through your home, concentrating on the furniture and adjacent areas. Bed Bugs are most commonly found close to where people sleep or spend a significant period during the night. After the inspection, your Technician will come up with a detailed treatment plan and service estimate. They will provide you with any important information or recommendations.
Treatment of Affected Areas
Bed Bugs are one of the most difficult insects to eradicate, and some infestations are worse than others. The treatment will attack all areas of the home with a variety of different application methods used in the eradication of Bed Bugs.
Any personal items that are out in the open will need to be bagged and treated. Laundering all clothes and bedding in hot water and drying at the hottest temperature possible will be an important step in Bed Bug control. You will need to put all laundered items into a thick plastic bag to make sure the Bed Bugs do not re-infest the items. This treatment includes a vacancy period. Your Technician will place a hanger on your door, telling you when it is safe to re-enter the structure and what to do when you get back.
Two week Follow-up
2 Week Follow-Up Inspection and Treatment
After two weeks, your Technician will return to inspect your home once again. If they give the all clear, then it is safe to unbag all belongings. If they find any live Bed Bugs during this inspection, then your Technician will re-treat.
It is easy to transfer Bed Bugs from other infested areas. They can hop in bags or clothing and come home with you. Check yourself and your belongings diligently when you visit places like hotels, health care facilities, schools, cruise ships, buses, or trains.