Bed Bug Treatment

Bed bugs can be picked up anywhere and are hard to spot, but our trained technicians can effectively eliminate them so you can sleep tight!


Bed bugs are about the size of an appleseed, and only come out to feed in the middle of the night - so they can be hard to find! Contrary to what the name suggests, bed bugs aren’t only found in beds. Their flat shape allows them to fit in very small cracks and crevices in your bed frame, headboard, dressers, picture frames, behind baseboards, or inside wall outlets. We will also look for other signs that may indicate an infestation, like blood spotting or molted shells. Our technicians are trained to know exactly where to look. We will thoroughly inspect all bedrooms and living areas to confirm bed bug activity before we treat.


We treat for bed bugs with Aprehend, a natural biopesticide that works by spreading fungus spores throughout the infestation, unlike traditional chemical sprays that will only kill the bed bugs that come into contact with it. Aprehend will only affect the bed bugs and is not harmful to animals or pets. 

We treat all bedrooms and living areas, even if the bed bugs were only found in one room. 

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There is some preparation involved beforehand. Our Customer Care Team will send you a prep list when you schedule. People and pets will need to leave the home for four hours during treatment.

Follow Up

It may take a few weeks for the treatment to fully spread throughout the infestation, but we will perform a follow up inspection in 3-4 after treatment to ensure it is working properly, and we may spot re-treat if needed. The initial application will last for up to 90 days, so it’s not necessary to retreat unless the product was disturbed or removed.


Aprehend also works as a preventative method, and is a great solution for both residential homes and larger scale facilities like hotels and businesses that have had bed bug concerns in the past. An Aprehend treatment is pro-active and will effectively eliminate bed bugs for up to 90 days. You can help to prevent bed bugs by carefully inspecting second-hand furniture and clothing, along with inspecting bedding and furniture while traveling before placing your things on the bed. When you return home, wash and dry clothing in high heat to kill live beg bugs and eggs.


You have questions. We have answers.

  • Nope! Just about all furniture is treatable. If you choose to throw away furniture please either make it unusable or write “bed bugs” on it so the problem doesn’t spread to someone else.

  • Unlike their blood-sucking friends, the mosquito and flea, bed bugs DO NOT spread diseases.

  • While there are lots of pests that may bite, and we can’t identify the pest by looking at the bites alone, a common misidentification is carpet beetles. Carpet beetle larvae have tiny hairs that irritate the skin, and can look similar to bed bug bites. Carpet beetles themselves are commonly misidentified as bed bugs! Our technicians can accurately identify these pests so we can determine the best plan of action.

  • Bat bugs are a type of bed bug that primarily feed on bats, which may be in your attic. In order to eliminate the bat bugs, you will have to remove the bats first. Our wildlife service team can provide a quote for bat removal.

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