BED BUG CONTROL
Bed Bug Treatment
Bed Bug Treatment and Prevention Specialists for Kent and the South East
A common pest once associated with unhygienic surroundings, is now prevalent due to an increase in international travel. Bed bugs occur with regularity, particularly in buildings of multi-occupancy with a high resident turnover, for example, hotels, hostels and holiday camps. The early signs of a bed bug infestation (nymphs) are hard to detect with the naked eye, making it extremely hard to identify an infestation before biting starts to occur.
Adult bed bugs resemble small brown discs, around the size of a match head. Wingless insects, their legs are well developed and it can crawl up most vertical surfaces, such as bed legs. They lay their elongated eggs in cracks and crevices close to their hosts, which for bed bugs are humans.
Young bed bugs look the same as the adult bugs and they grow by moulting. Each nymphal stage needs one full meal of blood before it moves to the next stage. Fully-grown bed bugs can survive without a meal for up to a year in some cases.
DID YOU KNOW?
Bed bugs take 3-10 minutes to complete feeding on you at night while you’re asleep in bed?
If exposed anyone can bring them home and quickly introduce a problem, as they breed at a phenomenal rate. Bed bugs are a notoriously complex problem to deal with. Therefore, experience is essential for safe, rapid and efficient bed bug treatment and elimination.
When dealing with these hardy pests it is important you gain professional help and advice on treating bed bug infestations, as thorough searching and investigation is required. Failed treatments will occur if the investigation and preparation is not thorough, so seek the advice of a bed bug pest control specialist.
Yes. At Monitor Pest Control, we use a range of bed bug treatments including industrial bed bug sprays and after properly assessing the bed bug problem, our highly qualified technicians will use the most appropriate remedy to get rid of the bed bugs and prevent further infestation. We no-longer use heat treatments to treat infestations, as they are not as effective as other treatments.
Bed bug bites are similar to mosquito bites. It doesn't hurt while they are actually biting you, but they later turn into itchy welts that can be very uncomfortable.
No. Unfortunately, bed bugs are notoriously hard to get rid of, so the only way to get rid of them properly, is to call in a professional pest control service.
OUR BED BUG TREATMENT SERVICE
We oﬀer an easy bed bug treatment service, which includes the following process:
Call or email us to discuss your pest problem and we will give you advice or arrange for our local technician to make a visit.
If necessary, we will arrange a survey at a time convenient for you, and provide a quote and pest recommendations.
The BPCA certified technicians at Monitor Pest Control will visit your premises to treat the pest issue and working together we will resolve the problem.