Bed Bug Control
Our bed bug control solutions help you get rid of pesky bed bugs once and for all.
Bed bugs are insects from the genus Cimex that feed on human blood, usually at night.
Just one bite from a bed bug can result in a number of health impacts including skin rashes, psychological effects, and allergic symptoms.
Bed bug bites may also lead to skin changes ranging from invisible to small areas of redness to prominent blisters
That’s why it’s critical that you enlist the help of a professional that controls bed bugs.
We help you keep your home pest-customized and eliminate dangerous bed bugs once and for all.
Tulsa's most trusted Bed Bug Control
As Tulsa’s leading pest control company, we treat your lawn home to eliminate dangerous bed bugs.
Detection is critical to stop bed bugs from multiplying quickly. We get to the root of the problem and target common bed bug hiding places in your home to ensure your home stays customized of bed bugs and other pests.
Facts About Bed Bugs
Bed Bugs can live anywhere.
According to Harvard Medical School, bed bugs are on a 50-year rise.
They recommend not letting your guard down, and to “know your enemy.”
Bed bugs can come from outside locations and any other number of places.
They can be treated and eliminated, but like all bugs, they may reappear from an external source.
That’s why it’s critical to enlist the help of a professional bed bug control specialist.
How Do You Know If You Have Bed Bugs?
It is essential to find the source before the infestation spreads.
- The first sign of bed bugs may be a red itchy line of bites on the skin.
- Secondly, there may be tiny blood stains on sheets or mattresses.
- Lastly, there may be dark spots of insect waste where Bed Bugs might crawl into hiding places on furniture, walls, and floors.
I Think I Have Bed Bug Bites. How Can I Tell?
These bugs can individually and collectively cause many health effects such as:
- Skin rashes
- Psychological effects
- Allergic symptoms
Why Are Bed Bugs So Hard To Control?
These bugs are hitchhikers, hiding in small cracks, shoes, loose wallpaper, mattresses, and anything else that allows them to hide like other hidden pests.
They hitch a ride with anyone and set up shop anywhere.