Worried about bed bugs?
We'll help you sleep easy.
Turner offers a specialized bed bug treatment to rid your home of unwanted pests.
Bed bugs are in the news, and for good reason —they’ve come back stronger than ever since they were first virtually eliminated with the now-banned DDT.
Let us take care of your bed bug problem with expert specialists and the latest treatments.
Bed bugs are not only difficult to get rid of, but they’re also hard to find. Because do-it-yourself treatments rarely work, you need professionals who know how to find and eliminate these pests.
Turner Pest Control offers you thorough residential and commercial inspections, plus re-inspection to ensure you remain free of bed bugs. Many of Florida premier hotels, office complexes and medical facilities trust Turner to keep them bed bug-free.
Bed Bug Facts
Bed bugs find their way in via luggage, furniture, mattresses or clothing.
The first signs of infestation are often small reddish or brownish spots on linens and mattresses.
You may have swollen, red, itchy welts, often lined up in a row.
Bed bugs prefer to live in cracks and crevices, nightstands, headboards, carpet and along baseboards.
You can see adults easily when they’re not in hiding.
Thermal Remediation®: The safe, effective alternative to chemical fumigation.
Turner Pest Control now has the latest solution in bed bug control technology: Thermal Remediation, which uses only high heat to effectively kill these pests. This treatment kills bed bugs at all of their life stages without chemical fumigation, so no toxins are left behind and it’s safe for you and your pets to return to your home immediately after the treatment is completed. Since Thermal Remediation heaters can penetrate even the smallest cracks and crevices, heat treatment is done only once.
Bed Bug Treatment FAQs
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