Your bed is the last place you want to see any type of infestation. Especially if it involves bed bugs, which are a nuisance unlike any other. Hard to detect and even harder to kill, they’re an all-too-common problem — and because they can spread quickly throughout your home, they’re not one you should take lightly, or try to combat on your own.
That’s where our Bed Bug Removal services come in. If you suspect you have them, call us immediately. Our local experts will conduct a thorough, free examination of your home, furniture and bedding to determine the extent of the problem, and recommend the best course of action.
Our proven thermal reduction treatment is simple, fast, and non-toxic. We’ll move furniture, open up interior doors, and stand up couch cushions and mattresses to allow for maximum air movement. Then, we’ll heat your house to between 130° and 150°, killing all of the bedbugs and their eggs. Not only is our solution safer for your home than pesticides, but it’s also more effective. Over time, bedbugs can become resistant to chemical treatments — but never heat.
Given the time and difficulty in controlling and killing bed bugs, your best option is to prevent them in the first place. Luckily, there are many common-sense techniques you can use to help keep them out of your home:
Bed bugs can travel into your house on clothing or belongings, or through gaps in walls or along plumbing or electrical piping. Their flat shape makes it easy for them to hide in cracks, crevasses and other tiny spaces. Reduce their hiding spaces and entry points by eliminating clutter and sealing or caulking any holes in your walls, floors or frames.
Bed bugs can be a very unwanted souvenir from your travels. Keep your suitcases away from beds, and inspect, scrub and vacuum luggage as soon as you get home. Wash all travel clothing immediately, and dry it on high heat.
Purchase bed bug-proof encasements for your mattresses and box springs. Routinely vacuum and clean other furniture and upholstery, including rugs. Dry clean items which cannot fit in the dryer. Be careful when bringing used furniture into your home.