Our Bed Bug Exterminators Stop Bed Bugs From Biting
Getting rid of bed bugs can be stressful, and throwing out infested mattresses and other belongings will not take care of the problem. At Harris Pest Control, our trusted team of bed bug exterminators are highly trained, fully licensed and ready to help you take care of these biting pests. Don't lose another night's sleep worrying about bed bugs, reach out to Harris Pest Control for the best bed bug treatments in Florence, Myrtle Beach, and throughout the Pee Dee and Grand Strand areas!
How Harris' Bed Bug Heat Treatments Work
Our Bed Bug Heat Treatment Process
Free Bed Bug Inspection
When you contact Harris Pest Control for help with your bed bug problem, we'll dispatch a bed bug control specialist to your property to perform a free bed bug inspection.
If bed bugs are detected, we'll schedule your bed bug heat treatment and provide you with a bed bug preparation checklist that must be completed prior to treatment day.
Bed Bug Heat Treatment
Heat treatment, or thermal remediation, is widely regarded as the most effective way to kill all stages of bed bugs - from eggs to adults - and that is how Harris Pest Control eliminates these biting pests.
In most cases, our eco-friendly bed bug heat treatments are completed in a single day and effectively treat the entire infested area including the contents of the room where bed bugs tend to hide out.
Guaranteed Bed Bug Protection
For qualifying properties, Harris Pest Control offers a 90-day bed bug guarantee that goes into effect on the date we give the all clear. Please ask your bed bug exterminator for details!
Commercial Bed Bug Control
In addition to treating homes for bed bugs, Harris Pest Control also provides bed bug control for nursing homes, group homes, apartment complexes, hospital, EMS buildings, and other commercial facilities. For more information on how our local bed bug exterminators solve bed bug problems for commercial properties, please reach out today!
Frequently Asked Questions
Bed Bug Control FAQs
Signs of bed bugs may include:
- Live bed bugs on your mattress, headboard, bed frame, and on nearby furniture or belongings
- Bed bug bites on arms, legs, and other exposed skin
- Rust-colored stains on your bed sheets
- Tiny, dark fecal matter found in areas where they feed and hide
In the cases of a severe infestation, property owners may detect an unpleasant musty odor.
Bed bugs are primarily transported by humans and their belongings; they also tend to show up in places where people congregate. If you've recently traveled, stayed in a hotel, or have been exposed to a large crowd, there's a chance you picked up these notorious hitchhikers.
Bed bug infestations can also develop when homeowners introduce used furniture, secondhand clothing, and other items already infested with bed bugs.
Unfortunately, bed bugs have developed a resistance to many common pesticides, making it harder than ever to kill them. What's more, these pests can go without a blood meal for several days, weeks, or even more than a year, depending on factors such as temperature and humidity.
Bed bug heat treatments are so effective because they raise the temperature in an infested space to a temperature that is lethal to all stages of bed bug development and then maintain that thermal death point for an extended period of time.