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Bed Bugs

Despite their name, bed bugs can be found in many places other than beds. These pests are often brought into homes on used furniture or clothing. They can also hitch a ride on luggage, backpacks, or other items that are brought into a home from an infested location. Once inside, bed bugs will hide in cracks and crevices, making it difficult to eliminate them.

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These pests are often found in mattresses, bedding, furniture, and cracks in walls or floors. Bed bugs are known to cause a number of health problems, including skin rashes, allergic reactions, and even psychological distress. In some cases, bed bug bites can also lead to secondary infections. 


A single female bed bug can lay up to 500 eggs in her lifespan.


of reported bed bug findings are in single-family homes.


1 in 5

homes affected by bed bugs

When it comes to bed bugs, everyone is at risk IF you’ve visited an infested area. Luckily, bed bugs are not known to spread diseases but are a nuisance to deal with.



The average time to discover an infestation is critical. Bed bug infestations are a ticking time bomb if ignored. By the 7th week, a female bed bug can lay anywhere between 49 – 147 eggs! 

How we help

Comprehensive Inspection

Our experts identify bed bug infestations by inspecting mattresses, furniture, and cracks, assessing the extent of the issue for targeted treatment.

Swift Eradication

We provide customized treatments to eliminate bed bugs efficiently, targeting their hiding spots to prevent further infestation.

Long-Term Prevention

Beyond eradication, we guide you in preventive measures, creating a bed bug-resistant environment with laundering, vacuuming, and sealing cracks.

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We recommend a combination of heat treatments, followed by crack & crevices dust application and proper liquid applications.

Bed bugs can live up to 1 year depending on conditions, with an average lifespan of 10 months. With each female laying close to 500 eggs in her lifespan, you’ll never get rid of them by doing nothing.

Bed bugs are attracted to the carbon dioxide we exhale when breathing. They are also nocturnal and feed at night, this is why they typically stay within 10 feet of the bed.

Most bed bugs have acquired resistance, or immunity, to most over the counter products.

You more than likely picked up a hitchhiker while visiting somewhere else. Most commonly being hitching a ride on your luggage, clothing, or other belongings after you’ve stayed somewhere else.