There is no one-size-fits-all treatment approach when it comes to bed bug infestations. Insecticides used for other pests are useless on bed bugs, and a combination of different approaches is necessary to completely get rid of them. We tackle bed bugs from all angles to be sure to completely eliminate them from your home. Our professional bed bug exterminators will employ the following steps to ensure the complete extermination of these pests from your home.
During the identification process, we analyze the extent of bed bugs in your home. We’ll inspect your home to determine if multiple rooms in your home have been infested. This will help us plan a thorough, effective bed bug treatment approach.
Once we understand the full extent of the problem, we will implement several effective treatment methods including heat treatment, physical prevention, pesticide applications, and fumigation. We may use some or all of these methods in your home, depending on the severity and location of your infestation.
We look for areas where bed bugs have the potential to reenter your home, such as cracks or unsealed windows. We set up a prevention plan to prevent future infestations, and we establish a residual barrier to protect against any other emerging activity.
Our effective treatment process allows our exterminators to completely get rid of bed bugs with just one application in most cases. You’ll see results within hours of treatment. In fact, you can even sleep in your bed the very same night we perform the bed bug treatment in your home.
There are rare occasions when multiple treatments are required, and we follow a tried-and-true process to completely eliminate bed bugs in these situations as well. You can rest assured that we won’t stop until the last one is dead.
We’re so confident in our services that we guarantee the complete eradication of a bed bug infestation in your home. Our process is powerful and effective, and if you encounter any trouble at all after your treatment, we guarantee a quick response.
Our professional exterminators are also experienced and well trained, and will get the job done right. For a free bed bug treatment assessment, please give us a call today at (512) 400-2008, or request a free bed bug quote online.
Bed bug treatment pricing is relative to the amount of area needed to eliminate the infestation and the method used to treat that area. Pricing for treatments that employs sophisticated and effective liquids, gels, and dust formulations can range between $300-$500 for small to mid-sized properties.
Thermal heat remediation is the other highly effective method for bed bug elimination and is the only way to ensure that every growth stage is eliminated including eggs. The cost for heat treatment is based on the square footage of the area that needs to be heated. A site assessment is required to accurately price thermal heat treatments.
If you already subscribe to another pest or termite prevention service with us, the cost of our bed bug treatment will be more affordable to you.
If you notice any signs of bed bugs in your home, it’s important to take action fast because the earlier you begin bed bug treatment, the easier and less expensive the process will be to get rid of them. Contact us today for your free, no obligation bed bug treatment quote. Please complete the quote request form below or call us directly at 512-400-2008!
While the most noticeable sign of bed bugs is of course the big red welts they leave behind once you’ve been bitten, you should learn to recognize some other common signs before this happens. Get into the habit of looking for these common signs of bed bugs when you clean or change your bedding.
● Small, dark spots (bed bug excrement)
● Rusty or reddish stains on mattresses, sheets, or pillowcases
● Tiny egg shells or shedded skin
● An offensive, musty odor
Keep in mind that bed bugs are great travelers, often hitching rides on backpacks, shoes, luggage and other similar items. While the initial infestation may begin in your bed, it could quickly spread throughout your home, making it difficult to completely get rid of bed bugs on your own.
While bed bugs aren’t known to transmit diseases, some people are more at risk of suffering from respiratory issues when exposed to an infestation. In addition, most people experience some sort of reaction to their bites that often result in red itchy red welts that can lead to an infection due to repeated scratching.
Aside from the physical discomforts, bed bug infestations cause severe stress and anxiety. Feeling comfortable in your home and feeling safe enough to sleep when you know these creepy bugs are crawling around is really difficult when you have an infestation.