Do I need a bed bug exterminator?
Just hearing the word “bed bug” mentioned out loud can be enough to send ripples of fear through many business and homeowners. These pests are known to get around incredibly quickly.
They spread by stowing away in luggage or electronic devices and hitching a ride to the next property.
If you believe you may have bed bugs, fast action provides the best opportunity for relief. Anteater Exterminating Inc. is your source for extermination and pest control that Phoenix depends on.
Call us for complete bed bug extermination in Phoenix today!
Our technicians are specifically trained and certified by the Office of Pest Management in how to identify, eliminate, and prevent these pests in both home and commercial environments. The vital services that we provide can help to increase the quality of life for Phoenix residents.
Bed bugs feed on blood
They bite the exposed skin of sleeping victims, and these cause itchy red welts. These insects can also transmit diseases like Chagas. When bed bug control in Phoenix is delayed, property owners may unwittingly spread an infestation.
This can affect friends and family, keeping the cycle active. If you suspect you are dealing with an infestation, look for these indicators.
What are the signs of a bed bug problem?
What does a bed bug look like? These insects have uniquely shaped bodies. They are typically oval, and flat. Coloring varies between brown and old brick red. They are typically sized between 1/6th and 1/8th inches.
Where do they hide? Bed bugs got their name because they frequently hide beneath and around beds. That isn’t the only place they hide though. Bed bugs like warm areas, and frequently hide in electronics, outlets, and heaters.
Why is there blood on my mattress? Bed bugs hide right after they feed. They are often crushed by sleeping victims. Look for dried spots of blood on sheets and mattresses.
Is that a bed bug egg? When bed bugs hatch they leave behind their egg casings. These appear as small white pearls. Growing bed bugs also shed their exoskeletons.
What do bed bug feces look like? Often appearing like dried pepper, this can be found in mattress corners and creases.
We use the latest bed bug extermination methods.
When it comes to treating a bed bug infestation in Phoenix there’s no such thing as an effective over the counter method. When you put bed bug extermination into incapable hands, you run a massive risk.
Bed bugs respond to different treatments, and a multi-tiered approach is often the best one. We use standard and integrated methods to provide the highest likelihood of complete control and extermination. Just some of the methods we use include:
Pesticides – Applications typically require multiple visits. Our technicians know where to spray to provide maximum effectiveness. We take the room, use, and area into account so spraying only occurs in specific areas so as to mitigate unnecessary exposure.
Inorganic Materials – We may strategically apply materials designed to wear away the exoskeletons of the insects. This causes the exposed bed bugs to dry out and die.
Heat Treatments – Bed bugs hide in specific areas and depending on how bad the problem is a heat treatment may be best. There a number of different ways this can be accomplished. Our technicians will consult with you regarding timing, scope, and the results you hope to achieve.
Contact us to eliminate your bed bug problem today!
We’ve been helping clients rid their properties of bed bugs since 1995. We always use cutting edge methods and maintain our training to effectively combat these pests. Our certified technicians won’t just use the safest treatment options available, we’ll help train you in prevention as well.
This is especially useful for commercial business seeking bed bug extermination. Our technicians can schedule a staff training session and teach your staff how to exercise bed bug safety and prevention. This can dramatically lower the chance of a re-occurrence.
When you want fast and effective bed bug extermination in Phoenix from certified technicians, call or contact us today.