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Bed bugs easily sneak inside your home by snagging a ride on your clothes, in your luggage, or on furniture that you bring inside. Once they make themselves at home, these stubborn pests are difficult to remove and require a trained bed bug exterminator to get the job done correctly. Our bed bug control targets your entire home, safely eliminating bed bugs once and for all, no matter where they’re hiding.
Spotting a bed bug infestation can be tricky, especially if you don’t know what to look for. These tiny pests can also easily be mistaken for other insects, resulting in ineffective treatments that waste your time and money. The best way to determine whether or not there are bed bugs in your home is with a professional bed bug inspection. However, there are some signs you can keep an eye out for, including:
If you notice any of these indicators, give us a call at 321-631-1974 for a free bed bug inspection!
Bed bug infestations are no joke. These pests can go up to a year without eating, lay up to five eggs per day, and burrow into cracks and crevices of your home that you didn’t even know existed. While they are formidable, bed bugs are no match for our experienced bed bug exterminators. When you partner with us for bed bug removal, we will:
Here at Orange Pest Control, we use heat treatments because they’re safe for your loved ones and the most effective option for bed bug elimination. Traditional spray treatments only target bed bugs that are visible, leaving those tucked away inside wall voids, behind outlet covers, or burrowed inside your couch. Heat treatments, on the other hand, don’t leave any hiding places. No bed bugs in any life stage, including those that are insecticide-resistant, can survive in temperatures that exceed 117 degrees for more than a few minutes. Our bed bug treatments will give you guaranteed results without damaging your belongings or home.
We prefer to use heat treatments to treat bed bugs for many reasons. Not only is this method effective, but it is also non-toxic. Bed bugs cannot survive in temperatures above 117 degrees Fahrenheit. Specialized heaters increase the temperature of your facility to 125 degrees for 4-8 hours. This ensures that every hiding space is affected – even deep inside furniture and walls.
Bed bugs are a common nuisance in Florida. If you’ve noticed the tell-tale signs of bed bugs such as bites and castings, call us right away. Don't wait to treat bed bugs, get the best bed bug control with Orange Pest Control and get back to a great night's rest.
No matter the size of your bed bug infestation, we can help. Our experienced, knowledgeable technicians are here to provide reliable bed bug treatment across Brevard county, including: