We are NYC & NJ premier bed bug specialist for the removal of bed bugs in your home or business. We have been getting rid of bed bugs in the most bed bug infested properties of Manhattan, Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn, Staten Island and New Jersey for 20+ years.
Our bed bug exterminators are fully trained to remove bed bug infestations of all sizes. As NYC & NJ premier bedbug specialist, we have the knowledge and resources to eliminate bed bugs from your home or business.
If you are waking up with marks on your body and not sure if they are bed bug bites we can provide a full detailed inspection to find bed bugs of all stages which include adult bed bugs, bed bug eggs or nymphs. There many different types of pest which can cause body marks so it’s important to have an exterminating company perform the inspection.
BED BUG IDENTIFICATION
BED BUG EGG
Small (around 0.1 inches, 2.5mm) long and appear white or semi-transparent, like a grain of uncooked white rice.
BED BUG NYMPH
Resemble adults just smaller, translucent or whitish-yellow in color; and if not recently fed, can be nearly invisible to the naked eye because of coloring and size.
ADULT BED BUG
Are about 1/4-inch-long (about the size of an apple seed), brownish insects and are relatively flat when unfed.
BED BUG FACTS
BED BUG HABITS
Bed bugs spend most of their lives in hiding. This makes finding and controlling bed bugs difficult. Bed bugs move to new locations by hitching a ride on clothing, luggage, furniture and on us but on average move 20 feet per day when relocating. Bed bugs are big enough to be easily seen, but often hide on box spring, mattress, cracks in furniture, floors, or walls. Finding blood stains on mattress can indicate a bed bug infestation.
BED BUG TREATMENT
Getting rid of bed bugs should only be done by pest management professionals and not all pest control companies work the same. Some exterminators in NYC and NJ would only eliminate bed bugs on your bed frame, mattress or box spring. A proper bed bug treatment plan should consist of exterminating bedbugs living and breeding in between walls, electrical outlets, heat risers, and much more. Don’t just hire anyone. We have different treatment options for your home or business:
1. BED BUG FREEZE
Our BED BUG FREEZE method uses the extreme cooling properties of liquid CO2 (carbon dioxide) to kill bed bugs. In the system liquid CO2 is transformed into and exceptionally cold, dry ice snow, and freezes the pests to death. This is a non-toxic and all-natural bed bug killer.
Steamers work by delivering lethal temperatures to where bed bugs may be hiding. Steam is very effective when bed bugs are on the surface of items and can be effective up to 3/4″ into fabric surfaces. In cracks and crevices, steam will kill bed bugs up to 2-3/8” into a gap. This is a non-toxic and all-natural bed bug killer.
Vacuuming will help ensure the bed bug infestation does not spread during treatments. This applies specially for heavily infested apartments or areas. Our technicians will use commercial grade HEPA bed bug vacuums to remove bedbugs, their eggs and droppings before treatment.
Aprehend® is a revolutionary fungal biopesticide for the elimination and prevention of bed bugs containing spores of a fungal disease that is deadly to bed bugs. When a bed bug comes into contact with a treated surface, the fungal spores stick to its feet and body and are taken back to its harborage. After 24 hours, spores on the bed bug will germinate, like seeds, and penetrate directly through the cuticle of the bed bug killing the bed bug within 3-7 days.
5. WALL TREATMENTS
There are times in which bed bugs are known to be inside the walls or have the potential to spread through walls due to heavy infestations. Our BED BUG WALL TREATMENTS will kill bed bugs within the walls and stop them from spreading into surrounding areas or apartments.
6. ENCASED HEAT TREATMENT
We would assemble a heat chamber in your premises and place infested items inside chamber. The chamber uses a thermal system to heat the items inside the chamber to kill 100% of all bed bugs, in all life stages, including eggs, nymphs, and adults. This is a non-toxic and all-natural bed bug killer.