Bed Bugs

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Bedbugs or Cimex Lectularius are parasites that prefer consuming human blood. They will also attack animals. They’re called bedbugs because they often hide in bedrooms. In particular, they like hiding in mattresses. They do so because they like staying as close to their food as possible. They feed on humans when they’re sleeping. If you sleep at night, they’ll suck your blood at night. If you sleep during the day, they’ll sleep at night and feed during the day.


Bedbugs have decided to invade your home because they want to suck your blood. They always enter New York City dwellings for this reason. However, they can enter the home using several techniques. For instance, most infestations occur after someone has stayed at a motel. The motel was infested so bedbugs climbing in the consumer’s bags and clothes. When they went home, they took the pests home with them. Also, bedbugs can hide in used furniture and clothes. Purchasing used items means that you might get bedbugs. Be cautious and inspect the clothes thoroughly before taking them inside.

Finally, bedbugs may travel from one building to another. Living near someone with bedbugs means you may get them too.

Bedbug Dangers

Many people believe that bedbugs are dangerous because they bite humans. They bite, but they do not transmit dangerous diseases. When you’ve been bit by bedbugs, there is a risk that you’ll develop a red, itchy welt. However, some bedbug bites do not cause any symptoms. One concern with bedbugs is that they’ll prevent you from sleeping well. If you begin losing sleep, it’ll take a toll on your health. Get rid of the bedbugs immediately to minimize the risks.

Eradicating A Bedbug Infestation

Have you found bedbugs in your home? If so, you need to find a way to fix the problem rapidly. Start by taking advantage of our bedbug canine inspection services. Our dogs can help you identify bedbugs in your home. We’ll find out where they’re hiding so we can get rid of them swiftly. Furthermore, we offer several bedbug removal services, including manual services, heat treatments, and fumigation services. Below, you’ll learn more about these services.

Manual Services

We offer manual bedbug removal services, and our manual services are best for eliminating pests from a confined location. It works great for removing pests from a bedroom. When you decide to use our manual services, we’ll give you advice for preparing for our arrival. A long list of preparations is needed. We can manually remove bedbugs using chemicals or without them.

Heat Treatments

We also offer heat treatments. Heat is best for eradicating large infestations in clutters homes. It can eliminate the infestation with one visit. Heat effectively kills bedbugs and bedbug eggs even when they’re hiding in deep cracks. Our clients don’t need to do much when they take advantage of our heat treatments. Although we may use Diatomaceous Earth to eliminate more bedbugs, we generally do not use chemicals. Chemicals are not needed when we use heat to eliminate bedbug infestations.


We generally only use fumigation for our commercial and industrial clients. It is effective for eliminating infestations from large buildings. Although the client will need to prepare for our arrival, the requirements aren’t extensive. However, all inhabitants will need to leave the home for 24 to 48 hours. We’ll let you know when it is okay to return to the building. Vikane or Sulfuryl Fluoride is used to eliminate the infestation.

Eliminating Bedbugs On Your Own

Many clients believe they can eliminate bedbugs using DIY methods. Ultimately, do-it-yourself techniques can be effective, but they could be problematic as well. The issue is that some of these techniques aren’t 100% reliable. Furthermore, some pesticides are dangerous. Protect the ones you love by relying on professional exterminators. We offer professional bedbug removal services. Contact our office to schedule an appointment right now.

Our Treatments Are Safe

Our company only uses the products necessary to eliminate the bedbugs in the dwelling. When possible, we prefer using natural products and mechanical tools. Our clients may prefer conventional products. If you fit into this category, rest assured knowing we’ll use a price amount to minimize the risks. Plus, we only use EPA-registered products. Doing so gives us peace of mind because we know these chemicals are safe for humans and their precious pets. Before we begin removing the bedbugs, we’ll let you know if you need to take any safety precautions.

Is Professional Bed Bug Pest Control Expensive?

When you compare our professional pest control, which includes two separate treatments, to do-it-yourself pest control that can require many more treatments, the former may be the more affordable option. In addition to the fewer pesticide treatments, we offer free consultations and estimates, as well as custom strategies.

What do I Need To Prevent A Repeat Bed Bug Infestation?

Our exterminators will work with you to devise a bed bug prevention strategy that is guaranteed to be 100 percent effective. To ensure the pest management service is effective, we conduct visual inspections between treatments. If it is determined, the treatment is not working, we will make changes, according to the data collected through the visual inspection.

In the meantime, we highly recommend tackling your home’s weak pest barrier. Repair and seal all exterior-to-interior openings, as these are utilized pests to infiltrate your home. While bed bugs generally do not infiltrate homes through access points, a bed bug infestation may be accompanied by other pests.

When Can I Expect The Exterminator To Arrive At My Home?

Our New York City customer support team needs between 24 and 48 hours to processed a bed bug inspection request. Once your service request is process, a member of our customer support team will reach out to you, regarding an appointment. You can choose a date that suits your schedule. If necessary, we can conduct the inspection while you are away at work, school, doing errands.

Please feel free to request information about our same-day and emergency pest management services as well.

Most everyone has heard of the pesky bedbug, but probably has never actually seen one. These tiny bugs are not capable of flying, but they do move fairly quickly, which is why they can spread throughout your entire home, within a matter of days. Below you will discover more about the bedbug and how to properly combat them, if you discover that you have an infestation in your home.

Body Features

A nymph or immature bedbug will turn into an adult within 7-14 days. They can grow to around 5 millimeters in length, which is significantly small, when compared to other insects. A nymph will have a translucent tummy, but after feeding on human or animal blood, the abdomen will turn bright red, but over time it will fade to a dark brown. Many homeowners will not even realize they have a bedbug infestation, because these pests do not like to appear during the daylight hours. The adult bedbug has a flattened, oval-shaped body, with a spiky feeding tube that is capable of puncturing the host’s skin.

Disease Transmission

Lucky for everyone that comes into contact with a bedbug, they do not transmit any contagious diseases. While their bite is fairly harmless, they can produce a much reddened, itchy welt, which cannot be ignored very easily. Most victims may be impaled to visit their primary care physician, when they begin to see the bedbug bites, but this is truly not necessary. For individuals that suffer from immunodeficiency disorders, asthma, or allergies may experience a serious allergic reaction, which will require emergency treatment.

Nocturnal Senses

Bedbugs are known as parasites, which mean they must feed off of a host in order to remain vital. They prefer feeding off of animals and humans, while they are asleep. They have a nocturnal sense and will only come out at night such as an owl. They will feed off of their host, while they are sleeping without disturbing them.
The bedbug produces an enzyme that is capable of numbing the host’s skin, before they actually stick their feeding tube into the flesh. This prevents the host from experiencing any pain or irritation, while the bedbug is feeding. Once they have fed, they will return to their hiding place, without the host even being aware of what just happened, until they wake up and see the bite marks.


A female bedbug is capable of producing over hundreds of eggs within their lifetime. This may not seem like a large amount of eggs, but when compared to the number of females that can infest a home, it can be very troublesome for everyone. As you can see, these parasites will invade your entire home, within a matter of days, but they prefer to reside in warm, dark spaces.


Once you discover that you have a bedbug problem, it will most likely be too late to try the DIY method. At this point, you will be faced with a huge bedbug infestation, which will require the assistance of a professional extermination company.

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