Bed Bugs

Bed Bugs

Bed Bug infestations are on the rise.

Bed Bugs can get introduced to your home many different ways. Once they have infested they can be difficult to get rid of. Bed Bugs food source is human blood and they are attracted to human’s release of carbon monoxide when we breath.


Bed Bugs do not discriminate! Cleanliness and location of your home do not matter.

You can go weeks without noticing they are infesting your home.

Reaction to bed bug bites is varied by individual.

Bed bugs nest in, on or around where you sleep.

Eggs and nymphs are microscopic and very difficult to see with the naked eye.


Vacuuming baseboards, mattresses and areas surrounding the bed may help in removing bugs, eggs or nymphs.

Washing and drying linens and blankets in temperatures over 135 degrees can kill bugs, eggs and nymphs.

Although you may find home remedies or products to use yourself to help fight a bed bug infestation, hiring a licensed professional is your best option in ridding your home of bed bugs for good.