Bed Bugs

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Bed Bug – What Is It?

Bedbugs are a type of ectoparasite that feeds on blood. While they’ll consume animal blood, they prefer human blood. As the name suggests, bedbugs hide in your bed and wait for you to fall asleep at night. When it gets dark, they’ll come out and begin feeding on your blood. They’re small insects with most being 3/16 of an inch, so they can hide exceptionally well.

Why Does My Home Have Bedbugs?

There are numerous ways for bedbugs to enter your home. They often hitchhike on luggage, clothing, and other items to enter a victim’s home. If you spend the night at an infested hotel, there is a good chance that the bugs are going to cling to your luggage and clothing. When you return home, they’ll sneak into your bedroom and wait there until the lights go off. Bedbugs have become a major problem in motels and apartment buildings. Furthermore, you may purchase used furniture that is infested with bedbugs. If you live near someone with bedbugs, the bugs may crawl to your property and ending your dwelling as well.

Are Bedbugs Dangerous?

Bedbugs will consume the blood of any warm-blooded animal. However, they prefer human blood. While this is frightening, you’ll be happy to know that they do not transmit disease. Still, there are some risks involved. When they bite, you may experience an allergic reaction to that bite. The bite may become itchy and red. It may transform into a welt.

How Can I Get Rid Of Bedbugs?

Bedbugs are elusive, so getting rid of them will prove to be very difficult. You may live with bedbugs for several weeks or months before you realize you have a problem. To confirm an ongoing infestation, you should take advantage of our bedbug canine inspection services. We use bedbug sniffing dogs to find out whether your home has bedbugs. Once we’ve found bedbugs in your home, we’ll work quickly to remedy the problem. We offer several bedbug extermination services. You’ll learn more about all of them below.


Best For – Manual services are better for immediately treating certain portions of the structure.

What Is Required? – You will need to prepare extensively.

Chemicals Used? – Manual bedbug treatments may or may not use chemicals.

Heat Treatment

Best For – Heat treatment is best for dealing with large infestations in cluttered homes. Heat is reliable for killing bedbugs at all stages of life.

What Is Required? – You won’t need to prepare much. You may need to leave your home for one day.

Chemicals Used? – Chemicals are usually not needed. However, we may use Diatomaceous Earth, which is naturally-occurring dust. This powder can kill crawling insects, including bedbugs.


Best For – Fumigation services are best for large infestations in large buildings.

What Is Required? – While you’ll need to stay out of the property for 24 to 48 hours, you won’t need to do much else.

Chemicals Used? – This treatment technique requires Sulfuryl Fluoride or Vikane.

Can I Get Rid Of Bedbugs Myself?

You can try getting rid of bedbugs on your own, but you may not obtain satisfactory results. The problem is that many DIY treatments are not reliable. Furthermore, you have to worry about exposing yourself to dangerous chemicals. Do you want to take the risk of exposing yourself and your loved ones to these dangerous chemicals? It isn’t worth it. Instead, you’ll want to fix the problem by hiring a professional exterminator.

Are Your Treatments Safe?

We have trained our exterminators to ensure that they’ll be able to fix your problem without causing risks. They will only use enough product to fix the issue. Furthermore, we are happy to provide our clients with natural bedbug solutions. We rely on safer solutions whenever possible. If we must use conventional techniques, we’ll do our best to protect our clients. You may need to evacuate your home for 24 hours or longer. Don’t worry. We use EPA-registered products to keep you safe.

How Much Will It Cost? 

You’re likely worried about the cost of our service. Our standard services are priced based on the size of your home and the location of the infestation. Before getting started, we’ll let you know how much you’ll pay.

How Can I Stop Future Bedbug Infestations?

Sadly, it is difficult to stop bedbugs from entering your home, but there are things you can do. Make sure that you stay at clean motels. When you return home, immediately wash and dry your clothes on the highest setting. When purchasing used furniture or clothes, be sure they’re free of bedbugs.

How Soon Can You Begin?

We’re eager to begin helping you as quickly as possible. Contact us today to schedule an appointment. Your appointment will likely be made in 24 to 48 hours.

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