Bed Bug Treatment & Extermination

Bed bugs were almost completely eradicated from the United States in the mid-20th century but have had a resurgence in the past couple of decades. Bed bug infestations can be difficult to detect until they become a serious problem.

Bed bugs are small, flat, oval-shaped bugs that are brown or brownish red. They’re around 4-5mm long, which is about the size of an apple seed. They’re called bed bugs for a reason – you’ll most likely find them in your bed linens, mattress, headboard, or in furniture or fixtures close to your bed. They can also hide away in cracks in your baseboards or the wall. Bed bugs are extremely accomplished hitchhikers, and an infestation often starts after you unknowingly bring bed bugs into your home after traveling.

Pest Authority is here to help you take back your home from bed bugs and make sure they stay away for good. We’ll perform a full inspection and assessment of your bed bug infestation and design a bed bug treatment and prevention plan. We’ll give you a fast solution to your current infestation and a long-term solution to prevent any future infestations. We know how much bed bugs can disturb your peace of mind. Pest Authority will take back your home from bed bugs.

No Contracts. No Commitments. No Bed Bugs. Guaranteed.

Signs Your Home May Have Bed Bugs:

  • Itchy, red bites appear on your skin in a line or zig-zag pattern
  • Small fecal stains on your mattress
  • Blood spots on your mattress, bed linens, or pajamas
  • Brown bed bugs skins on or around your bed.

Bed Bug Prevention Tips:

  • Check hotel reviews carefully for any mention of bed bugs.
  • Inspect your hotel mattress, linens, headboard, and bed frame for any signs of bed bugs.
  • Don’t store clothes in the hotel dresser.
  • Keep your luggage on a luggage rack instead of on the floor or on the bed.
  • Regularly wash your bedding at home.
  • Put anything that can’t be machine washed in the dryer for 20-30 minutes on the highest heat possible to kill bed bugs and their eggs

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