Bed Bugs

Canine bed bug Inspections, effective bed bug control. Choose from heat, spray or powder bed bug extermination.

Guelph based licensed, insured and experienced bed bug exterminator. We follow a proven process, and provide guarantees on our extermination work.

  • Inspection
  • Preparation
  • Treatment

We provide two treatments for every bed bug infestation and until the problem is entirely dealt with. Call us for a consultation and to book a bed bug inspection. Call: 519-900-1180

Bed Bug Exterminator GuelphWe provide effective and economical solutions that work. We employ a variety of techniques which are all safe for you and your family. We use heat treatments as well as the more common powder or spray. We can discuss what treatment will work best for you.

Think You Might Have Bed Bugs?

One of the best ways to determine if you have bed bugs is by whether you are getting bitten. Bites are most often found on the upper body: neck, arm and shoulders, but may be found on legs or ankles. Some people are sensitive to the bites which may become inflamed. Bites are not noticeable by the host until at least a few minutes or some hours afterwards. Another telltale sign is blood smears on your sheets.

If you have seen any of the above signs call the bed bug exterminator Guelph for an consultation and to schedule an inspection.

 

Cimex lectularius, or the Common Bed Bug, is a nasty parasite to have in your home. These insects feed on blood and prefer the blood of humans. They are also voracious reproducers and even if you have a few bugs entering your home by accident, their numbers will swell in size quickly, and before you know it, you will have a full-fledged infestation on your hands.

Sleepless nights, bite marks, skin rashes and other allergic symptoms, as well as the paranoia of having to live with a population of bloodsucking insects are all ill effects that accompany a Bed Bug infestation.

At Pest Control Guelph, we have made it our business to rid your home of Bed Bugs in a safe, discreet and systematic manner. Our trained technicians are equipped with all the right resources to track down and exterminate even the well-hidden adult Bed Bugs, nymphs and eggs, thus providing a complete solution to your Bed Bug problem.

So, if you’re up against a Bed Bug infestation, call us today on 519-900-1180 for a comprehensive solution that lasts.

Is Detect the Presence of Bed Bugs

People often assume that Bed Bugs will stay away from their homes if they keep their home clean and live in sanitized conditions. This however, isn’t always true. Cleaning your home regularly and thoroughly does keep you aware of the presence of these nasty parasites, but the presence of Bed Bugs is certainly not synonymous with unhygienic surroundings.

Yes, keeping clutter at bay gives them less places to hide, but when it comes to infestations, Bed Bugs are only interested on one aspect – the presence of humans at rest to feed on their blood.

Therefore, even if you have an extremely clean and well-kept home, Bed Bugs can enter your property and start an infestation. Usually, Bed Bugs hitch a ride on your clothes, your luggage, or can even enter the home through used or infested furniture you may buy. Cabs, buses and bus terminals, trains and train stations, hotel rooms, gyms and other public locations can all be infested with Bed Bugs.

Therefore, when it comes to Bed Bugs, you can never tell where you may happen to pick them up from.

There are several ways to detect the presence of Bed Bugs in your home. Bed Bugs leave bite marks that resemble mosquito bites, and the only difference is that these bites are usually present in a cluster or a straight line.

The crevices in your mattress, the folds of your bedsheets or even your pillow cases may have tiny brownish or dark red stains on them. These brown stains are left behind by the excrement of Bed Bugs, while the red stains are caused by crushed bugs.

If the Bed Bug population is high in your home, you may also smell a distinct odor like that of rotten berries.

Are Bed Bugs Dangerous?

Bed Bugs are insects that feed on your blood, and this is the most annoying and evil characteristic of these parasites. These insects come in direct contact with your bloodstream and use their specially modified mouthparts to feed on your blood. Although there is no proof to support the claim that Bed Bugs transmit pathogens and act as disease vectors, the fact that they feed on human blood is disturbing enough.

Bed Bug bites leave their hosts with tiny bumps that resemble mosquito bites. However, in some cases, a Bed Bug bite could also result in skin rashes and other serious allergic symptoms.

The most dangerous side effects related to the presence of Bed Bugs is on the psychological front. It is never easy to live a normal life or sleep in peace with the knowledge that there is an insect nearby waiting to feed on your blood. This causes sleepless nights and eventually hampers your daily routine in an adverse manner.

Therefore, even though Bed Bugs do not transmit diseases, their presence itself is a highly disturbing factor.

Hire a Professional Bed Bug Exterminator

Bed Bugs are highly resilient creatures and getting rid of them is certainly not an easy task. DIY techniques only treat the surface of the problem and leave the details behind. Therefore, even if a DIY solution gives you the satisfaction of killing a few Bed Bugs, you will eventually find that a repeat infestation was lurking only around the corner.

When it comes to Bed Bugs, an exhaustive pest control approach is the only permanent solution, and this is where professional pest control agencies like Pest Control Guelph come in handy. The trained and experienced technicians know every trick in the book to locate a Bed Bug infestation as well as flush out and eliminate the Bed Bugs that may be hidden in other locations around the bed.

Most people assume that Bed Bugs are only found under mattresses or hide in bedsheets, duvets or pillow cases. These insects are however, extremely good at hiding and use every possible crevice to keep themselves and their nymphs and eggs safe. Targeting these hidden locations is therefore an important part of a comprehensive Bed Bug removal process.

Moreover, the eliminating the nymphs and eggs left behind by the adult Bed Bugs is as important as the annihilation of the adult population. This is an important step to avoid a repeat infestation.

Therefore, when it comes to Bed Bug removal, hiring a professional pest control agency like Pest Control Guelph is always a better solution when compared to DIY techniques.

Bed Bug Exterminator Guelph

At Pest Control Guelph, we have made it our business to help you rid your property of Bed Bugs, and keep them away. Bed Bug infestations are the nastiest kind of pest infestations and whether it is your home or business, the presence of these creatures on your property spells trouble on several fronts.

Our licensed and fully insured technicians are aware of every detail associated with Bed Bug control and leave no gaps in the extermination process. After a prompt and thorough inspection, our technicians will lay down a plan to begin the extermination.

Bed Bug removal is a highly detailed process. At Pest Control Guelph, we offer a comprehensive solution and therefore eradicate not only the adult Bed Bugs that feed heavily on your blood but also eliminate the nymphs and eggs that are getting ready to do the same.

Since the controlled use of pesticides is necessary to annihilate these resilient insects, in some cases, we may even have to ask you to vacate the premises for a few hours. At the end of our pest control exercise, we guarantee that you will finally get your house as well as sleep back from these bloodsucking parasites.

So, if you are spending sleepless nights due to a Bed Bug infestation, call us on 519-900-1180 today, and we will offer you an affordable, safe, discreet and comprehensive solution that lasts.