Bed bugs can’t hide from our powerful treatments.
Bed bugs aren’t choosy—they’ll infest even the most well-kept homes. If they’ve moved in with you, don’t wait to call in our pros.
Bed bugs are hard to find, but we know where they hide. We start with a complete inspection to confirm the presence of bed bugs in your home.
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We provide a free, no-obligation quote for our bed bug treatment that’s based on the size of your home and extent of the infestation.
A TEAM OF PROFESSIONALS
We’ll take care of removing mattresses, box springs, bed frames, outlet covers and more to be sure we reach everywhere bed bugs maybe.
To make bed bug treatment less disruptive to your schedule, you and your family will need to stay out of your home for just four hours.
Bed bugs are famously difficult to spot. That makes it very difficult to get rid of them, especially when using DIY solutions.
If bed bugs have invaded your home, don’t waste time with DIY treatments that don’t work. You need a professional solution from an experienced team like the bed bug experts at Turner Pest Control. Our comprehensive program includes a full inspection, professional treatment, and follow-up inspections until you are bed bug-free.
Orlando residents enjoy the same effective treatment plan chosen by top hotels, office parks, and medical facilities that we serve throughout the area.
Where do bed bugs come from?
Signs that you may have bed bugs in your Orlando home.
Thermal Remediation® uses only high heat to kill bed bugs at every stage of their life cycle in just one treatment. There’s no chemical fumigation, so no toxins are left behind and you and your pets can return to your home right after treatment is completed. Heat treatment can penetrate even the smallest cracks and crevices.
After our bed bug experts confirm that these pests are in your home and locate their hiding places, we use the latest insecticide dust and residual contact treatments. As part of this thorough and effective bed bug control strategy, we provide an initial treatment, plus two more follow-up visits one and two weeks later.
Our Orlando technicians have the experience, equipment, and products needed to exterminate bed bugs from your home. We understand that discovering bed bugs can be distressing, so we’ll work fast to make your home bed bug-free once again.
For your peace of mind, we use the safest and most effective methods offered by modern extermination technology.
Turner Pest Control’s bed bug services include:
Think you might have a bed bug problem? Turner Pest Control offers same-day service and a FREE estimate!
Call our Orlando team right away if you suspect your home or business has bed bugs. Our bed bug solutions are guaranteed.
If you see a bed bug in your Orlando home or think you’ve been bitten by bed bugs, call a pest control professional immediately. These tiny bugs move through your home easily, leaving eggs in their wake, and it doesn’t take long for you to have a serious infestation.
With so many types of small, brownish pests in the Orlando area, it can be easy to confuse a bed bug with other kinds of bugs. The most recognizable characteristics of bed bugs are their reddish-brown color and oval-shaped, flat bodies. They’re not much larger than a tiny apple seed, and may appear a bit bloated if they have just fed.
In your home, bed bugs like to stay close to where people spend most of their time, such as in bed. Their tiny flat bodies make it easy for them to slip into the smallest cracks in the joints of furniture, bed frames and baseboards. In addition to homes, bed bugs inhabit a long list of places, including hotels, hospitals, dormitories, office buildings, public transportation, school, theaters and much more.
Bed bugs are very difficult to completely eradicate with DIY methods due to their small size, hard-to-reach hiding places, and ability to survive at any of their life stages. DIY bed bug control can even cause an increase in these pests’ populations. In addition, attempting to get rid of bed bugs yourself can actually pose a threat to your health. A paper by the University of Florida’s Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences includes a list of what not to do for bed bugs, including not using foggers, making your own mix of products, using off-label pesticides, or attempting to use heat to treat your property. At best, these DIY tactics are ineffective; at worst, they can be dangerous or even deadly. To protect your safety and get rid of bed bugs, contact an experienced Orlando pest control professional, and learn more about safety issues in controlling bed bugs from the Environmental Protection Agency.
Heat treatments, or Thermal Remediation, is very effective, killing bed bugs at every life stage during a treatment. Using only heat, this environmentally friendly method kills bed bugs that may be resistant to insecticides and reaches them in their hiding places. Turner Pest Control offers Thermal Remediation treatments for bed bugs to Orlando homeowners and businesses.
This is possibly the only good thing about bed bugs—they are not known to transmit disease.
Reports from professional pest control providers indicates that there has been a resurgence in their populations since the 1990s. Although the reasons haven’t been determined, it’s believed that an increase in travel, both nationally and worldwide, is a contributing factor.
Unlike ticks and fleas, bed bugs don’t stay on your pets for an extended length of time. They can, however, bite your pets. As with clothing and furniture that you use, the beds your pets sleep in or any articles of clothing they wear can act as transportation for bed bugs. If you find that you have bed bugs, wash your pet’s bedding at the hottest temperature you have on your washer; if it can’t be laundered, put it in your dryer on high heat for about 15 minutes.
Our technicians are bed bug pros, and know how to identify and where to look for bed bugs in your home or business. After an initial inspection, we will create a plan that’s customized to your needs. We use treatments that are as minimally disruptive to your Orlando home or business and as environmentally friendly as possible. Learn more about our residential pest control and commercial pest control services.
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