Bed Bug Control

Need a Bed Bug Exterminator?

Our bed bug control services are available for people who live throughout both Nassau and Suffolk County on Long Island, New York. We have years of experience controlling, removing and eliminating bed bugs. A bed bug is a small, parasitic insect that feeds on human blood and does so usually at night. These bugs are reddish brown with long, oval-shaped bodies that resemble the size and shape of an apple seed. Some common signs of a bed bug infestation include:

  • bed bug cast skins or eggs
  • fecal spots
  • small blood stains on your mattress and bedding
  • waking up with itchy, raised welts

If you notice any of these signs, then you might have bed bugs! Oh no! But there is no need to worry, because our bed bug control services will rid you of your problem. You should act quick though, because bed bugs can double their population every 16 days and spread rapidly. And they are even capable of living for an extended period of time without food. So don't delay and reach out today.

Get Bed Bug Control

We are located in St. James, New York and work with home and business owners across Long Island. Other pest control services include for termites, ants, and beetles.

Bed Bug Control and Treatment

Bed bugs are notorious for being hitchhikers, so they can enter your home or any home by catching a ride on clothing, bags, etc. You don't need to be lying in another bed or area infested with bed bugs to find them in your home in no time. Bed bugs like to cluster together in bed frames and mattresses. This way they do not have to go far to feed. However, they are also known to hide in electric sockets, between couch cushions, and behind wallpaper. Pesky pests!

These factors are why professional bed bug control and removal is so crucial. Otherwise you are leaving your home at risk to a major infestation if left unsupervised for long. Many of these bed bugs treatments do require more than one treatment and a few different treatment methods in order to full rid yourself of the bed bug situation.

If a bed bug or their eggs are left behind after treatment, then the infestation can rebound and grow again. And thus you will be back at square one with an infestation problem. Here are some common control and removal treatment methods.

Thorough Bed Bug Inspection

We will inspect you home for sighs of any bed bug infestation. During this inspection, we hope to find any unexpected places where these little pests may be hiding.

Keep Your Bed!

There is no need to remove your bed for effective treatment. When we treat for bed bugs, we complete them right in the room and will use high-end mattress encasements to preserve your bed long after the bed bugs are gone.

A Custom Bed Bug Treatment

No two jobs are the same. We will inspect your situation and come up with a gameplan that works best for you. This includes how we may treat your home, the methods we will use, and how many repeat visits may be necessary.

What Do Bed Bugs Look Like?

If you think you might have bed bugs in your home, it is important to be able to identify them. Bed bugs actually look different at different stages of their life cycle. However, they are usually always around three millimeters long. An adult bed bug is oval shaped and brown or reddish brown in color. An adult bed bug will also be very thin and flat, which is how they are able to squeeze into tight places. After a bed bug feeds, their bodies will get longer and redder in color.

In the nymph stage, a bed bug is tan, white, yellow, or nearly transparent and will of course be much smaller than an adult. But no matter what stage of life they are in, they feed on blood.