Bed Bug Removal
Let APM's experienced bed bug experts put your mind at ease. One of our specially trained Pest Management Technicians will inspect high-risk areas within your home for bed bugs.
If one pregnant bed bug gets missed, it can infest your home with over 300 adults and 1000 new eggs in just three months.
Bed Bug Management
& Removal Services
Bed bugs are difficult pests to remove. They can pose potential health risks to your family and can be difficult to find and eradicate. Our team is equipped with pest control techniques backed by science, over 20 years’ experience, and state of the art tools and products. Alaska Pest Management is ready to help you remove your current bed bug problem as well as provide protection from future issues that may arise.
How does our Service work?
An APM technician will perform an extensive inspection of your home.
Our technician will then apply proper treatments to the area to eliminate and manage the bed bug population and their eggs.
We provide additional follow-up Services to confirm the problem is eradicated.
What are the basics?
Bed bugs are generally found in close proximity to beds, this does not mean they cannot be in other locations. That is because bed bugs need the blood of warm-blooded animals to survive and thrive.
Do they bite?
Yes, bed bugs primarily feed on humans while we sleep. Bed bugs are inherently nocturnal and will be active during the night. The bite is painless and bed bugs will generally feed for about 10 minutes.
Where do I look?
Bed bugs will nest close by where the host spends most of their time sitting or lying down.
If in the bedroom, the top places to look is the box springs, headboards, bed frames, the border and threading of your mattress, etc.
While bedrooms are a hot spot, bed bugs will also nest in couches, recliners, office chairs, and anywhere else humans sit and spend extended periods of time.
For example, sitting in public areas for long periods of time makes you a target if bed bugs are present there.
How do I know if I have bed bugs?
Bed bugs are professionals at hide-and-seek, but they also leave clues behind indicating their presence.
How long do bed bugs live?
Adult bed bugs can usually survive about 5 months without eating.
Eggs have been a debated point by scientists, but with current data, it is estimated eggs will hatch in around 10 days in a warm environment.
I just bought used furniture, what should I do?
Give our team a call and our technicians can inspect and provide treatment when necessary.