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BedBug Control & Removal

Bedbugs are small, oval-shaped insects that feed on the blood of humans and animals. They are typically reddish-brown in colour and measure between 4 and 5 millimetres in length. Bedbugs are usually found hiding in cracks and crevices near the areas where people sleep, such as mattresses, box springs, and bed frames.


They are also commonly found in furniture, behind baseboards, and upholstered furniture. ServLabs Pest Control offers comprehensive bedbug services that can help you eliminate these extremely difficult insects.

Don't Try This At Home.

At ServLabs Pest Control, we recommend that you don't try to tackle bed bug infestations yourself. Bed bug infestations can be difficult to treat, and even the most experienced DIYer may struggle to get rid of them. Our team of experienced professionals have the knowledge and expertise needed to properly identify and treat bed bug infestations. We provide comprehensive services that are tailored to the needs of each individual case. Let us help you get rid of those pesky bed bugs once and for all!

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BedBug Facts.

  1. Bed bugs are small, flat, oval-shaped insects that are reddish-brown in color. They are about the size of an apple seed and are most active at night.

  2. Bed bugs feed on the blood of humans and animals, and they are attracted to body heat and carbon dioxide.

  3. Bed bugs can live up to a year without feeding, which makes them difficult to control.

  4. Bed bugs can infest any type of dwelling, from homes to hotels to hospitals. They can travel from place to place by hitching a ride on clothing, luggage, and other personal belongings.

  5. Bed bug bites typically appear as small, red, itchy welts. They are often grouped together in a line or cluster.

  6. Bed bugs are not known to transmit disease to humans, but their bites can cause discomfort and lead to skin infections if scratched excessively.

  7. Bed bug infestations can be difficult to eliminate and may require the services of a professional pest control company.

  8. Bed bugs are resilient pests and can survive extreme temperatures, although heat treatments are effective in killing them.

  9. Early detection and prevention are key to controlling bed bug infestations. Regularly inspecting sleeping areas and belongings when traveling can help prevent bed bugs from spreading.

  10. Bed bugs have become a significant problem in recent years, with infestations on the rise in many parts of the world.

Bedbug Control & Removal.

ServLabs Pest Control offers comprehensive bedbug control and removal services. We use both chemical and non-chemical treatments to eradicate these pests from your home or business. Our chemical treatments include insecticides that kill bedbugs on contact, while our non-chemical treatments include heat treatments, vacuuming and steam cleaning.

Our experienced technicians will inspect your property and recommend the most effective treatment plan to get rid of these pests. Call us today to learn more about our bedbug control and removal services.

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BedBug Life cycle.

BedBug Life cycle.

The bed bug life cycle consists of several stages:

  1. Egg: Female bed bugs lay small, white, oval-shaped eggs in clusters of 10-50. The eggs are about 1 mm in length and are usually laid in cracks and crevices near the bed bug's hiding places.

  2. Nymph: Once the eggs hatch, the bed bugs emerge as nymphs. Nymphs are small, wingless bed bugs that are translucent and white in color. As they feed on blood, they gradually darken and become reddish-brown. Bed bugs go through five nymphal stages before becoming adults.

  3. Adult: Once the nymphs reach adulthood, they are about 4-5 mm in length and have a flat, oval-shaped body. They are reddish-brown in color and have a distinct beak for piercing the skin of their hosts and feeding on their blood. Adult bed bugs can live for several months without feeding, but they will feed every 3-7 days if a host is available.

The entire bed bug life cycle can take anywhere from 5-12 weeks, depending on temperature and feeding conditions. Bed bugs prefer warm temperatures and are most active at night, which is when they come out to feed. A single female bed bug can lay hundreds of eggs in her lifetime, which means that an infestation can quickly escalate if left untreated

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Bedbug Control Chemical

Bedbug Control Chemical.

There are several types of chemical treatments that can be used to control bed bugs:

  1. Spray treatment: This involves applying insecticides directly to infested areas, such as beds, furniture, and baseboards. The goal is to kill bed bugs on contact and prevent them from reproducing. Some sprays may also have a residual effect, which means they continue to kill bed bugs for several weeks after application.

  2. Fogging treatment: This involves using a machine to create a mist of insecticide that fills the air in a room. The mist settles on surfaces and kills bed bugs on contact. Fogging is usually used in conjunction with other treatments, as it does not penetrate deep into cracks and crevices where bed bugs may be hiding.

  3. Fumigation treatment: This is the most aggressive type of chemical treatment and is typically used in severe infestations. Fumigation involves sealing a room or building and filling it with a gas that kills bed bugs. This treatment is typically done by licensed professionals and requires the use of specialized equipment and training.

It's important to note that chemical treatments should only be done by licensed professionals, as some insecticides can be dangerous if not used properly. In addition, some bed bugs have developed resistance to certain insecticides, which means that a combination of treatments may be necessary for effective control. A licensed pest control professional can assess the severity of the infestation and recommend the best course of action for bed bug control.

BedBug Infestation Examples.

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Bedbug Control Non-Toxic.

There are several non-chemical methods that can be used to control bed bugs:

  1. Heat treatments: This involves raising the temperature of an infested area to a level that is lethal to bed bugs. This can be done using specialized heaters or steamers, which are designed to heat up the air and surfaces in a room. The heat penetrates deep into cracks and crevices, killing bed bugs and their eggs. Heat treatments are effective and can eliminate all stages of bed bugs in a single treatment, but they can be costly and may require multiple treatments.

  2. Cold treatments: This involves exposing infested items to extremely low temperatures to kill bed bugs. This can be done using freezing or carbon dioxide methods, which can be effective for small items like clothing, bedding, and electronics. However, it may not be as effective for larger items or for treating entire rooms or buildings.

Non-chemical methods can be effective for bed bug control and may be preferred for people who are sensitive to insecticides or who want to avoid the use of chemicals in their homes. However, it's important to note that non-chemical methods may not be as effective as chemical methods for severe infestations, and multiple treatments may be required. A licensed pest control professional can assess the severity of the infestation and recommend the best course of action for bed bug control.


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