Bug Pest Control and Extermination Services
At Absolute Pest Management we understand how much of a nightmare bed bugs can be to deal with. They disrupt the peace and introduce anxiety and frustration when trying to exterminate them from within your home or business. Bed bugs are not only a nuisance, but they also pose health risks and can disrupt your daily life by interrupting sleep. Fortunately, Absolute is here to help, and our experienced team of bed bug exterminators are well-equipped with the knowledge and expertise to tackle these persistent pests head-on. We offer a range of comprehensive bed bug treatment options tailored to your specific needs which helps us ensure that we eliminate every bed bug from your property. From heat treatments to chemical solutions, we employ the most advanced bed bug control methods to deliver swift and lasting results. If you’re battling bed bugs, don’t hesitate to reach out to us to schedule an inspection.
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Bed Bug Control Options
Bed Bug Inspection
Our thorough bed bug inspection process involves our trained professionals conducting a detailed assessment of your property to identify the presence of bed bugs. Using advanced techniques and tools, we meticulously inspect common hiding spots, furniture, mattresses, and other areas to ensure a comprehensive examination. This allows us to develop a targeted bed bug treatment plan tailored to your specific situation.
Bed Bug Chemical Treatments
Our effective bed bug chemical treatments involve the careful application of safe and proven insecticides. Our skilled technicians strategically apply these treatments to key infested areas, ensuring maximum effectiveness while minimizing any potential risk to humans and pets. With our expertise, we can eliminate bed bugs at all stages of their life cycle and provide you with long-lasting relief.
Bed Bug Heat Treatments
Our cutting-edge bed bug heat treatments offer a highly efficient and environmentally friendly solution. By raising the temperature of infested areas to a level that is lethal to bed bugs, we effectively eradicate these pests without the need for harsh chemicals. Our thermal treatments penetrate deep into cracks and crevices complete bed bug extermination. This method ensures that every nook and cranny is treated, leaving no chance for bed bugs to survive.
Absolute’s Pest Free Process
Our process begins with a thorough inspection of your property. Our experienced technicians identify the types of pests present, their breeding grounds, and potential entry points, allowing us to understand the extent of the infestation.
Based on the inspection findings, we develop a customized treatment plan. This could involve the use of environmentally friendly pesticides, traps, or other methods, all designed to effectively eliminate the pests from your property.
After the treatment, we focus on pest prevention, which involves educating clients on how to minimize future pest problems and making your property less attractive to pests. This step is crucial in preventing future infestations.
We stand by our service guarantee and follow up on our treatments to ensure the effectiveness of our work. This allows us to make any necessary adjustments and verify that your rat problem has been thoroughly resolved.
The final step is regular maintenance. We provide ongoing services to ensure that your property remains pest-free. This includes periodic inspections and treatments as necessary, giving you peace of mind knowing that your home is protected from pests.
Bed Bug Risks
Itchy Bed Bug Bites
Bed bug bites often result in itchy, red welts. Although not harmful in and of themselves, they can cause significant discomfort and are a clear sign of an infestation.
Persistent scratching of bed bug bites can lead to skin breakages and infections, further exacerbating the health risks and discomfort associated with these pests.
Some individuals may experience allergic reactions to bed bug bites. These reactions can range from mild itching and inflammation to severe anaphylactic responses in rare cases.
Living with bed bugs can lead to significant anxiety. The persistent worry about being bitten and the difficulty of eradicating these pests can contribute to heightened stress levels.
The prospect of bed bugs can severely disrupt sleep. The fear and discomfort of being bitten often during sleep can lead to insomnia, further impacting health and well-being.
Studies have shown that prolonged bed bug infestations can, in some cases, trigger symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), such as persistent anxiety, nightmares, and intrusive thoughts about the infestation.
Where Can Bed Bugs Come From?
Hotels and motels are common hotspots for bed bugs due to the high turnover of guests. These pests can easily hitch a ride on luggage or personal items and infest new areas.
Public transit systems, like buses, trains, or planes, can harbor bed bugs. The high volume of people coming and going makes these vehicles a prime transport method for these blood sucking parasites.
Pre-owned items in thrift stores, especially furniture and clothing are all places where bed bugs hide. Always inspect second-hand purchases thoroughly before bringing them into your home.
Discarded furniture on the street may seem like a bargain, but it can be a bed bug’s ticket into your home. Bed bugs can live for months without feeding, so it’s possible for them to survive in abandoned items.
Bed bugs can hitch a ride on your guests’ belongings. Always check guest rooms for signs of these pests after visitors leave and be sure to educate visitors about preventative measures.
Signs of Bed Bugs
Live Bed Bug Activity:
Seeing live bugs in any stage of their life cycle from nymphs to adult bed bugs, is an undeniable sign of a serious infestation
Red Itchy Welts
One of the first signs of bed bugs are red, itchy welts that appear after they feed on your blood during the night.
Reddish Brown Stains on Linens:
Small reddish-brown stains on your bedding or mattress can be the fecal stains of excreted blood or a sign of a bed bug being crushed after feeding.
Bed Bug Eggs
Tiny, pale yellow eggs, about the size of a pinhead, often hidden in dark, secluded spaces are a clear sign of a bed bug infestation.
Bed Bug Molted Skins
As bed bugs grow, they shed their skin, so finding small, pale, yellow molted skins is a sign of a full-blown bed bug infestation.
Sweet Smelling Odor
A strong, sweet, musty odor can be a sign of a large bed bug infestation, as this smell is emitted by their scent glands.
How to Prevent Bed Bugs
Inspect Hotel/Motel/Hostel Rooms and Beds
Prior to settling in your temporary accommodation be sure to thoroughly inspect rooms, mattresses, and box springs for any signs of bed bugs, including stains, shells, or live bugs.
Check Public Transportation
Before sitting down or storing your bags on public transportation, make a quick inspection of the area for signs of bed bugs to avoid unintentional transport.
Place Luggage on Luggage Racks
Keeping your luggage on provided racks instead of the floor or bed can minimize the chances of bed bugs climbing into your belongings.
Check Bags/Luggage and Wash Clothes Upon Returning Home
When you return home, immediately inspect your bags and luggage, and wash all your clothes in hot water to kill any potential stowaway bed bugs.
Why Choose Absolute Pest Management
Our advanced bed bug control techniques are designed to thoroughly eliminate your bed bug problem, making your property safe and comfortable.
We won’t rest until your bed bug problem is entirely resolved. Our guarantee is a commitment to delivering the results you deserve.
We make top-tier pest control accessible to everyone, without ever compromising on quality.
Our team is comprised of highly skilled professionals, trained in the latest pest control methods to ensure efficient and effective service.
This crucial first step allows us to identify any bed bug issues you may have and devise an effective treatment plan.
Friendly and Prompt Service
Your time is valuable to us, and we strive to provide swift, professional, and courteous assistance from start to finish.
Absolute Pest Management Guarantee
Effective bed bug control strategies designed to last
Guaranteed to exterminate and remove all bed bugs in a property
Prompt service that will return if treatments are not 100% effective
We just moved into a newly built home, and there were ants, roaches, and spiders everywhere! We gave Absolute a call and they were out within a few days of setting up service, and had the best value (I called and got quotes from three other local providers).
Our technician, Kenny, came out and was absolutely amazing
From day one we have been very happy with the detailed inspections of our home and landscape. Josh, our current technician is a great customer service representative. Easy communication and thorough. We appreciate the detailed summary of service and list of applied products provided after each visit. No pest control issues.
They’ve been coming by for almost a year with easy-to-book quarterly appointments. At the beginning, since I had just moved in to a new house, it required a few reservice appointments. They quickly added me to the schedule and didn’t give me any hassle about coming back. Everyone has been friendly!
What is the best treatment to get rid of bed bugs?
The best treatment often depends on the specifics of the infestation, but commonly heat treatments and chemical solutions are used, as they can effectively eliminate bed bugs at all life stages.
What does pest control do for bed bugs?
Pest control professionals conduct a thorough inspection to identify the extent of the infestation, then apply targeted treatments, such as heat or chemical methods, to eliminate the bed bugs, followed by preventive measures to avoid future infestations.
How do I permanently get rid of bed bugs?
Permanently eliminating bed bugs requires professional treatment to thoroughly exterminate them at all life stages, followed by vigilant prevention measures, such as regular inspections and maintaining cleanliness to avoid reinfestation.
Do bed bugs come back after extermination?
If a thorough extermination process is followed, bed bugs should not come back. However, they can reinfest from a separate source, so it’s crucial to maintain preventive measures after treatment.