Seeing signs of bed bugs?
Waking up with bites?
Eco Bed Bug Exterminators Will End Your Bed Bug Nightmare!
Discreet Bed Bug Removal Service – Same Day Treatments
Top Quality Professionals – Fully Licensed & Experienced
Affordable Pricing & 100% Bed Bug Eradication
Washington, dc now ranks #1 for most bed bug infected cities in the usa. Bed bugs have been on the rise in the DMV area over the last two decades due to their immunity to today’s pesticides. Simply spraying chemicals alone will Not solve your issue and will cause them to spread.
The only solution to bed bugs is Heat which kills all stages of bed bugs and their eggs. Our bed bug specialists treat your home effectively and professionally by using innovative thermal heat methods and Green pesticides.
All of our work is 100% Guaranteed by our top of the line bed bug experts and backed by our industry leading warranty.
Anyone can get bed bugs regardless of how or where you live, but not just any company can eradicate them. Make sure its done right the first time to save money and stress!
Don’t wait any longer get a professional bed bug inspection today!
Need A Bed Bug Heat Treatment in Upper Marlboro MD?
The absolute best way to get rid of bed bugs is thermal remediation. This technology is environmental friendly and has been proven to be the 100% effective.
Bedbugs can’t withstand extreme heat and we safely raise the temperature of your home to 135 degrees plus.
Heat is evenly distributed in your home reaching every crack and crevice to eradicate all stages of life in minutes!
How Much Does A Bed Bug Treatment Cost?
There are a few factors that come into play when determining a bed bug treatment cost. The level of infestation is a major factor when determining cost. Homes that are highly infested call for more work to be done and is typically a higher cost. If you can catch the situation early it’s a lot less costly on your pockets!
Cost also depends on which bed bug treatment method you choose. We offer bed bug heat treatments as well as steam treatments, and bio-pesticide solutions. Not all bed bug infestations are the same and need to be examined to determine what will work best. Your inspector will recommend which treatment would fit your needs based on your situation.
How to tell if you have bed bug bites
Most bed bugs will bite in a line of 3 or 4 bumps somewhere on your body. Some people can have an allergic reaction to the bite and break out into hives. Some people may not show any signs of bed bug bites until 1-2 weeks after due to delayed reaction and only 50% of the population will have any type of skin reaction at all, that means half of you will literally be bitten and never show any bump or welt on your skin ever.
The symptom varies but in most cases it won’t appear to look like a rash it will be raised bumps on your skin around your neck, arm, back, stomach or legs. Even a doctor can misdiagnose the bite since they look very similar to mosquito and other insect bites. Luckily bed bugs do not transfer any disease or infections. They are just a very nerve wracking pest that cost many their sleep and sanity.
WHAT TO LOOK FOR IF YOU SUSPECT BED BUGS
If you suspect your home has bed bugs there are a few indicators to look for in your bedroom. An easy place to start would be the seams of the mattress. Bedbugs like to hide along these areas and will typically leave fecal matter around along the seams. These excrements are small dots and are typically black or a very dark brown in color. They will look almost inky and will be a stain that is extremely hard to remove. Box springs are a prime place where bedbugs will leave their exoskeletons after they molt and change into the next stage. Simply turn the box spring over and check along the bottom for tiny light brown shells in the form of a bed bug. You may also find bed bug eggs on the box spring or bed frame itself. The eggs are very small in size about one fifth the size of a grain of uncooked white rice and look very similar to rice as well. Female bedbugs generally lay their eggs close together so you may see multiple eggs around the corner of a box spring or crack along the headboard.
We are not a pest control company, we are the bed bug experts!
When considering on choosing a pest control company to get rid of bed bugs one thing you will always want to consider is who are the specialists! Bedbugs are not your average pest therefore require a thorough treatment plan. Bedbugs are extremely hard to kill and can hide in the smallest cracks and crevices on your furniture. It all starts with the inspection and many pest control companies do not train their technicians proper procedure to inspect and eradicate bed bugs.
We use UV lighting on your bedding, sheets, and furniture items to spot the tiniest nymph bed bug and their eggs. We also check the baseboards, walls, outlets, picture frames, vents, and every well known hiding place. Believe it or not some companies will only check your mattresses and not even all the rooms. We check the whole house for any evidence that points to bedbugs and develop a plan on the spot to get rid of every last one.