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Bed Bug Exterminator

Looking for a bed bug exterminator? Dealing with bed bugs is never a situation someone chooses to be in. Most people associate bed bugs with dingy motels or run down trailers. The truth is anyone can have a bed bug infestation and most people won’t realize it when it first starts. You’re best option for treatment is a reputable bed bug exterminator. These pests are difficult to control on your own and most require professional treatment with specialized products and equipment. “Do-it-yourself’ bed bug removal can get expensive, and you’ll often find that it wasn’t as effective as you had hoped or they are actually reintroduced back into your home after treatment. 

Do you have bed bugs? Here's how to know.

Bed bugs make their way into you home by hitching a ride on clothes, old furniture or boxes. Because they are so hard to spot, they can go undetected until the infestation reaches a sizable population. Early signs of an infestation include bites and small rust or brown colored stains on sheets or mattresses. These are the result of a bed bug being crushed after it has fed.

Bed Bug Removal

The best ways to keep bed bugs from entering your home are; checking furniture before bringing it into your home, washing second hand clothing before putting it away, buy a quality mattress cover, and limit clutter in your home that creates potential hiding places for them. The best way to remove bed bugs infestations remains professional bed bug exterminators. Removal typically includes vacuuming the bugs once they are dead.

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Although bed bugs can feed on the blood of any animal, their favorite treat is US! This is because, we have a lot of exposed skin for them to bite, unlike animals with fur.
  • The average cost to exterminate bed bugs will vary based on size of the infestation and type of treatment. You might pay as little as 300 for a small problem and as much as $5000 to heat treat a large house. 
  • A good insecticide treatment typically involves 2-3 visits from the bed bug exterminator, as it is unlikely all the bed bugs will be killed in the initial treatment. A heat treatment however should kill all or almost all bed bugs including eggs during the first visit. 

Bed Bug Exterminator Reviews in Phoenix Area

Just after moving in to our new home in Gilbert, we quickly became aware of a major bed bug problem. Eastern Arizona Exterminating was able to come out SAME DAY to do a free inspection and then the next day it was treated. They were polite, professional and efficient and we haven't had any problems since.

Amy Johnson

Gilbert, AZ

EAE was phenomenal through the whole bed bug ordeal! We found them on Google and after speaking to their office we scheduled our free inspection and the very same day had a quote with a heat treatment scheduled for the next day. We have not had any problems with bed bugs since and even switched our regular pest control service over to them as well.

Katie Jenkins

Phoenix, AZ

We never thought we would have bed bugs and frankly it was so embarrassing! EAE was so helpful and respectful through the entire process and really went out of their way to educate and explain the why behind their heat treatment and other details of the service. WE hope we never have to call again for bedbugs but our experience with EAE was nothing short of 5 stars.

Michelle Petty

Scottsdale, AZ
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Bed Bug Service Locations

EAE offers Bed Bug Removal and Treatments not only in Phoenix but in all surrounding cities and areas including Mesa, Chandler, Gilbert, Scottsdale, Queen Creek, Tempe, Apache Junction. For more details visit our service area page. Our bed bug exterminator services are available on the west side as well including Peoria, Glendale & Buckeye. 

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Bed Bug Treatments

For many, a bed bug infestation is like a nightmare come true, only this nightmare won’t just haunt you in your dreams, but will also lead to countless problems, including serious health issues. As these insects feast upon their host’s blood, they will torment you not only when you’re asleep, but also when you are awake. Luckily bed beg heat treatments are now available in Phoenix.

Bed Bug Heat Treatment

A bed bug heat treatment is a specialized technique that has proved to be 100% effective measure for controlling bed bug infestations. This treatment entails exposing bed bugs to a certain level of heat known to be fatal to their existence. The temperature during this treatment can reach up to 125°F and should always be performed by  pest professionals with years of experience.

Are Heat Treatments safe?

Optimal temperature is necessary for every living soul to survive on this planet, and that goes for insects like bed bugs too. When bed bugs are exposed to temperatures near 125°F for an extended period of time, they will die. Most professionals believe that this treatment is a much more effective and environmentally friendly alternative to techniques that involve the use of harsh chemicals (sometimes these chemicals or even toxic to humans) to get rid of bed bugs. As bed bug heat treatment involves only the application of heat to the affected area, it is 100% safe for humans, household pets, and the surrounding environment.

FAQ about Bed Bug Treatments

Most frequent questions and answers
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  • Bed bugs bites usually do not pose a serious medical threat. The best way to treat bed bugs mesa bite is to avoid scratching the area and apply antiseptic creams or lotions and take an antihistamine. Bed bug infestations are commonly treated by applying extreme heat in the affected room or even the entire house. If you suspect that you have an infestation, contact your landlord or professional pest control company that is experienced with treating bed bugs. The best way to prevent bed bugs is regular inspection for the signs of an infestation.
  • Bedbugs are not known to spread any diseases to humans. However, their bites can leave behind itchy, red welts which can become infected from scratching.
  • Bedbugs should not be equated with filth or sanitation problems — in hotels or in homes, for that matter. Bedbugs are very elusive, transient pests. They are often found in other areas besides the bed. And they are hardy. They can live for several months without eating and can withstand a wide range of temperatures from nearly freezing to 122 degrees Fahrenheit. Bedbugs can be controlled with vigilance, constant inspection and treatment by professional pest control companies.
  • In addition, one in five Americans now report they have had a bedbug infestation or know someone who has encountered bed bugs at home or in a hotel, according to a 2011 NPMA survey.
  • To prevent bedbug infestations, consumers need to be vigilant in assessing their surroundings. When returning from a trip, check your luggage and clothing. If you think you may have a bed bug infestation, contact a pest control professional. This is not a pest that can be controlled with do-it-yourself measures but rather Bed Bug Exterminator Phoenix.
  • There has been an increase in bedbug infestations. In fact, the 2018 Bugs Without Borders survey conducted by the National Pest Management Association found that bed bug infestations in the United States continue at high rates, with 97 percent of respondents having treated for bed bugs in the past year. A majority of them say that overall bed bug service work (69 percent) and the prevalence of these pests (66 percent) are increasing. Prior to 2000, only 25 percent of respondents had encountered a bed bug infestation. 
  • In addition, one in five Americans now report they have had a bedbug infestation or know someone who has encountered bed bugs at home or in a hotel, according to a 2011 NPMA survey.

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