Professional Bed Bug Control Services for your home, cottage, event or business.
Bed Bug Control
Bed bugs are especially attracted to the carbon dioxide that humans emit, which makes them particularly drawn to humans. Due to their incredibly small size, bed bugs can fit into even the smallest cracks and crevices, making finding them difficult. At night, they feed on sleeping humans. You may even find res spots of fecal matter on your bed after being bit. By day, they hide in dark undisturbed areas like furniture, baseboards, floorboards, carpets, and even wallpaper.
We all like to think we can handle any problem ourselves, but bed bugs are notoriously difficult to get rid of without the proper tools. The nature of our beds means they have millions of places to hide that your vacuum and sprays can’t reach. If you want to eradicate the bed bugs without making your bed toxic to sleep on after, the best way to get rid of them is with a heat treatment. Heat is our preferred method of treatment to completely eradicate all bed bug infestations. This method is pesticide-free, quick, and effective that is safe for all humans and pets. Our equipment is designed and built for safe bed bug extermination in domestic environments
We treat with heat.
One fast and effective bed bug heat treatment kills all life cycles of bed bugs.
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Don't let the bed bugs bite.
Preparing for your Bed Bug Treatment
Each job and treatment will be different. Effective communication is essential to making sure that you know what expectations are valid. Prior to the treatment, you will be provided with instructions on how to prepare your home for a Thermal Heat Treatment as well as instructions for returning after the treatment is completed.
Pesticide resistance, in addition to their hiding behaviour, makes bed bugs difficult to manage. Bed bug treatments can be complicated, depending on the severity of the infestation and the location. Stray bed bugs can be carried into offices on purses, briefcases, backpacks, clothes, deliveries. By employees, visitors or contractors. Wherever people socialized or congregated is where a bed bug could be.