You've Got Bed Bugs.

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your home with a

They’re Here

You’re fairly certain you’ve got bed bugs. You see signs that they’re visiting:

Red, itchy bites

Sometimes in zigzag lines or small clusters

Your mattress

Small rusty spots from blood stains – especially around corners or edges – or in places unseen or hidden

Live bed bugs

Perhaps in your bed, upholstered furniture, headboard, carpet edges – or hidden among your belongings and not in clear sight


Five weeks for a bed bug to grow from egg to adult.1


A bed bug population can double every 16 days, due to the large numbers of eggs a female produces.1


A bed bug can ingest up to six times its weight in blood during one feeding event.2

You didn’t choose bed bugs


Bed bugs need us, but we don’t need them. They’re freeloaders, and because they need the blood of warm-blooded animals to survive, they enjoy us and our pets.

  • Bed bugs can live in MANY locations, if they have access to a food source.
  • Bed bugs can live without a blood meal for up to one year.

The good news is you can eliminate these parasites and regain your life with a professional fumigation.

Clutter makes it difficult for getting rid of bed bugs. Too many hiding places make it hard for the treatment to be effective.

It doesn’t matter where you live. Bed bugs are most commonly found in single-family homes, multifamily unit housing and hotels/motels.3

Bed bugs like our body heat and the carbon dioxide we exhale when sleeping. However, if necessary, they’ll also feed during the day.


Fumigation is the only single-treatment method that results in the complete removal of bed bugs. Learn how tenting and tape-and-seal fumigation methods can be the best bed bug treatment options for your home.

Not all treatments are created equal

A variety of bed bug treatments are available. You should consult a pest management professional for the best treatment for your specific situation.

Go pro


The best solution to eliminate bed bugs is to hire a professional who has the knowledge, products and equipment to solve your problem. Only a pest management professional can:

  • Determine the extent of your infestation. Eggs can still be in your home if you don’t fumigate.
  • Fumigation kills all bed bugs at the time of treatment; other treatments don’t.
  • Apply the appropriate treatment with the appropriate equipment.
  • Make your home bed-bug-free.

What people are saying



Bed bugs can multiply rapidly, which is why it’s critical to professionally fumigate to stop them from spreading further.

Fumigation is a proven one-and-done treatment — 100% effective in destroying all bed bugs at the time of treatment.5

Bed bugs hitchhike, using you, your pets and belongings for rides. Eliminating them all with fumigation can help you avoid carrying them and infesting other homes, unaware they’re with you.

How does fumigation work?

A whole-home fumigation is relatively simple and involves just a few steps to get your home bug-free.

Steps to prepare

Fumigation takes some preparation on your end. And, yes, you’re going to have to turn over the keys to the pest management company and leave your home for a few days. You need to do a variety of tasks before your pest management service can begin the fumigation. These include:

Making lodging arrangements

Removing items from the home, such as plants
(while the fumigation is taking place)

Turning natural gas service off

Bagging various items, including some perishable food items

Get ready

The Fumigation Planning Guide goes through everything, from the steps before treatment to the steps after treatment — and all the stuff in between.


Learn what to bag and remove.

Regain Control

Bed bugs are unsettling homewreckers, but you can end their disruption. A pest management professional can fumigate and restore order to your home and life.

Although fumigation can eliminate a bed bug infestation, bed bugs can remain a problem if they’re unknowingly reintroduced after a fumigation. Your pest management professional can help you take steps to avoid reinfestation, including what to look for when traveling or at home, and scheduling regular professional inspections after fumigation.