Bed Bug Treatments Sydney
Do you have bed bugs?
Bed bugs are small, flat nocturnal insects that feed on blood. Recently, bed bugs have experienced an alarming resurgence.
They are becoming a serious pest problem for homeowners in New South Wales, especially areas surrounding Sydney.
Bed bugs can be found in just about any type of dwelling where a food source (blood) is available.
For more on bed bugs visit our bed bug pest information page.
Bed bugs are often picked up in buildings frequented by large numbers of people, like hotels, and unknowingly brought back home in
- Infested luggage
In multi-living dwellings like apartment blocks, bed bugs easily make their way between units infesting the entire building.
Bed bugs are often found:
- In Bedding
- Behind electrical outlets and light switches
- In crevices of furniture
- Inside mattresses and box springs
- Between flooring
- Under carpeting
- Under chairs
- In the drawers of bedside tables, dressers and tall boys.
The real answer to this and to know 100% for sure if you have bedbugs is to see the bug itself.
Not all bites are caused from bedbugs and by presuming you have bedbugs, you could be giving yourself unnecessary stress!
It is important to realise that it is not possible to provide a diagnosis simply by examining the bite, the reason being is that simply that everyone reacts differently to bites!
If you are being bitten you should consider all possible causes of the bites also taking the following questions into consideration:
- Have you travelled recently?
- Did the bites start after you have come home from travelling?
- Has anyone stayed over that has been travelling?
- Do you have pets?
- Have you seen or heard any birds nesting in or around the window seals/roof cavity/balcony etc?
Although bedbugs are small parasitic insects, they can be seen by the naked eye and can be identified by the appearance of small brownish or reddish dots on bedding, mattresses, and furniture. These are bed bug droppings and blood spots from their feeding.
Bed bugs are flat, reddish-brown, and somewhat oval and flat and about 5-6 mm long or the size of an apple seed. As the bed bug feeds their bodies swell and appear to be red in colour due to the blood they have injected. An unfed bed bug would usually be a cream colour.
- Small and colourless
- General body appearance of adults
- Turn red or purple when engorged with blood
- 4-5 mm long
- Reddish-brown in colour
- Wingless (oval structure in their place)
- Flat, oval shaped body
- Body appears to be shiny
- Piercing/Sucking mouth part
It is important to mention, that although bedbugs are small parasitic insects, they can be seen by the naked eye and are identified by the appearance of small brownish or reddish dots on bedding, mattresses, and furniture.
These are bed bug droppings and blood spots from their feeding.
Because of their elusive nature, bed bugs are easily overlooked by property owners and managers. Our treatment methods consist of the following:
The most cost-effective choice for immediate treatment of select areas within a structure or home is a chemical application is applied to all affected areas.
Consequently, If more than one room is affected, our recommendation would be that the entire house is treated.
- Bed frame and slats
- Power points
- Behind pictures
- Carpet and edges
- Behind electrical equipment
- Anywhere deemed necessary
Preparation: Explained & Emailed to client
Chemical applications: We make precise applications using only high-quality products
Bedbug Pest Control Sydney suburbs
If you have found an active bed bug infestation in your property you should hire an experienced pest control operator who can determine the extent of the infestation, and also guide you through the preparation steps required prior to a bed bug treatment.
We would love to find out more on how we may be able to help you. Call or contact with us via the contact form available at our website.