Get Rid of Bed Bugs
Over 30 Years Mike Nelson Exterminating has been Keeping Bed Bugs Away For Thousands of Homes in Montgomery and Harris Counties.
Facts about Bed Bugs
Bed bugs are a type of insects that commonly live in the beds of humans to get shelter and food. They feed on the blood and depend on blood for reproduction. They live in the beds that why called bed bugs. They live inside the mattress or take shelter under it and attack humans when they are sleeping. Bed bugs control and treatment is the only way to rid of unwanted pest.
You can hire Mike Nelson Exterminating services if you want to get rid of bed bugs. We are professional team.
Pests won’t stand a chance
Keeping the bed bugs out is not a one-time event but it is important to keep bed bugs out of your home all year long. That is why our pest control experts deliver customized protection services using the latest technological achievements to rid your house of pests no matter the season. With the use of advanced technology, our professionally trained specialists will look for conditions that lead to bed bugs getting in your house, deal with current infestations, and prevent future invasions by stopping their life cycle. We will know the exact classification and possible behavior of all kinds of home pests to get you a targeted solution against common pests like bed bugs.
How to distinguish the bed bug’s bite
Bed bugs are known to bite people while they are sleeping because they are active mainly at night. They feed themselves by piercing the skin, just like mosquitoes, and sucking the blood through an elongated beak. The bug then will feed on from three to ten minutes to get fully congested and crawl away unnoticed.
Most of the time you won’t be able to feel bed bug bites at first, but later they turn into itchy welts. Bed bugs can bite any exposed area of skin while you are sleeping, which distinguishes them from fleas that most often bite around the ankles, and the bite will not leave a prominent red spot in its center like a flea bite normally would.
If you don’t know that you have a bed bug infestation you may blame the itching and welts on other problems, such as mosquitoes. To know exactly that bed bugs are responsible for bites, you will have to locate and identify the bugs themselves.
What to expect from our service
We always take bed bug control seriously and have a lot of satisfied customers to prove it. We use the latest advancements in chemistry and technology to create new and innovative means to deal with bed bugs. In order to securely protect your home from infestation, we will create an effective plan designed to suit your specific needs.
Whether you want to deal with an existing pest problem or decided to protect your home from potential infestations, we are ready to help. First of all, our specialists will use a science-based approach to correctly identify the root of the pest problem, and only then will they implement a specific solution that would be the best for your home. In every situation, you can count on our highly-trained specialists to thoroughly investigate the problem and fix it in a shortest period of time possible.
Bed bug control and removal
There are many kinds of household pests, but bed bugs are among the most troublesome. They are extremely sneaky, adaptive, hard to find, and can be very dangerous, as they pose many potential health risks for people around them. This is why it is so important to remove bed bug infestation as soon as possible. We use equipment with outstanding pest control capabilities and our experienced specialists are ready to assess bed bug problems of any difficulty. A strategic response will be needed to rid your house of pests and provide long-term protection.
Discovering the origin of a bed bug infestation can be difficult for the untrained person and even if you succeed, home remedies and deterrents from the supermarket are most often ineffective. With our advanced protection process, a highly-trained specialist will assess the root of the problem in your home, implement the best solution possible, and check for any activity after to make sure the efforts were effective, for some added peace of mind.
Continual bed bug detection
Bed bugs are known to multiply quickly, and just in several months after the first one got into your home it may turn to a full-blown infestation of over ten thousand pests. A critical thing to interrupt the bed bug life cycle is detection. It is essential to root them out before they become a much bigger problem. Our bed bug detection service always gets to the source of the problem by utilizing targeted inspections of the most likely bed bug hiding places throughout your home and continuing monitoring after the job is done to ensure the pests will never return.
Inspection and implementation
If you have seen any evidence of bed bugs in your house or want to protect it just in case, call us, and our specialists will come on short notice and inspect your home. Bed bugs are known to be sneaky and hard to find, so you will need trained specialists to pinpoint the evidence of them being around. On our first visit, we are going to thoroughly examine your entire house, paying extra attention to beds, wooden furniture, rugs, and linens. Specialists will inspect all target areas, and if necessary, use advanced tools to check inside cracks and crevices. The best place to start is usually the bedroom, just as the name “bed bugs” suggests. Then our specialists will work their way through your house, focusing on the pieces of furniture and the areas directly surrounding them.
After the inspection and evaluation of the situation are successfully over, you will get recommendations on the best course of action. If the inspection proves your suspicions of infestation, we will recommend a bed bug extermination plan based on the scope of the problem and your personal preferences. We are going to use the most dependable tools available and our experience to address the roots of the problem and treat the bed bug infestation in the safest way possible for your family and the environment. Our methods target not only bed bugs themselves, but also the bed bug larvae, to prevent them from maturing into breeding and biting adults.