Getting rid of Bed Bugs can be difficult on your own
Without the help of an expert bed bug control professional, bed bugs are extremely difficult to get rid of. Here's a few reasons why:
- Their preference for hiding in small crevices with limited access.
- Their ability to go for long periods of time without food.
- Their Resistance to insecticide applications.
Call us today if you have any questions or concerns with Bed Bugs in your home!
Eden will provide you with immediate response, conduct a thorough inspection to determine your level of infestation and the best methods of control for you and your home, and we'll educate you on preventing activity in the future!
We have the experience and expertise and specialize in Bed Bug treatments.
Just ask our Associate Certified Entomologists!
Eden uses an IPM approach that combines heat, treatment, mattress encasements, and other methods of control to effectively solve your Bed Bug concerns! We warranty all of our Bed Bug work, meaning we work with you until the Bed Bugs are gone!
Eden Bed Bug Experts - Video Presentation
Here are some helpful tips on dealing with Bed Bugs:
Determining the source of where the Bed Bugs came from can help prevent continued or future infestation. Likely sources include school/college dormitories, hotel/motel stays by you or family members in the last three months, purchase of second-hand furniture, appliances, and clothes, visitors (especially those who spent one or more nights in your home), and wall-sharing neighbors.
Caution should be taken not to bring bed bugs into non-infested rooms:
NOTHING should be taken from infested rooms and placed in other rooms unless completely sealed in plastic or thoroughly inspected.
Heat helps eliminate populations - All bedding (in infested rooms) should be completely sealed in plastic bags and washed in hot water Or dry-cleaned.
All items found around the bed and other bed bug clusters should be sealed in bags and left in the center of the room.
Mattress, box springs, night stands, dressers, etc. should be prepared for inspection and treatment by stripping bedding and removal of personal possessions.
Mattresses and box springs maybe selected to stay in the infested room to be inspected and treated , It is STRONGLY recommended that mattress and box spring encasements be used if you choose to have them treated. Encasements must be available at time of treatment, and must be of “insect proof” construction. (Encasements are available through Eden.)
Mattresses and box springs may be discarded as trash in a way that reduces its chances of being salvaged by others.
Keep all furnishing in their original positions. Clean out drawers and closets.
How to Inspect your Hotel room for Bed Bugs:
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If you are planning to stay in a hotel in the near future and would like to know if that hotel has ever had a Bed Bug complaint from a previous guest, visit: