Don’t be ashamed if you have a bedbug problem and need to kill bed bugs. It isn’t a reflection on your living arrangements. They are not an indication that your home is dirty. You’re equally likely to find them in spotless homes and hotel rooms as in filthy ones. It’s not a social-housing issue either. Any of us can end up with an infestation. Bedbugs are a small, flat insect the size of an apple seed. They hide in furniture, floors or wall cracks, and feed on human blood. They are mainly active at night, and their favourite place to hide is the mattress, where they have an abundance of food all night long – you. Bedbugs move fast, spread quickly, and hide wherever they can. Unfortunately, killing bedbugs is a difficult task.

Once they have fed, bedbugs can spread to other areas of your home. There are a number of ways to determine whether you have an infestation and need to kill bedbugs. Bites are obvious, but you may find blood on your bed linens as well. You might smell the musty odour of their scent glands. There may be dark spot of excrement wherever they have been or you may find their skin. Check everywhere including around the bed: the clock radio, inside the books on your night table, the electrical outlets and the carpet. In any case, you need to kill bedbugs right away and take steps to ensure they don’t come back.

To kill bed bugs, there are some options. Laundering bed linens in hot water, and drying on high heat regularly may work. Unfortunately, once bed bugs are inside, to kill bed bugs is tough. You should hire a professional to kill bedbugs.

The exterminator can spray with chemicals. But they can’t reach every hiding place for bed bugs. A second problem is that bed bugs have become resistant to some pesticides. Chemicals are bad for us and the environment. Top professionals in the bed bug industry recommend using heat to kill bed bugs. Heat hurts only the bed bugs.

Heat is an effective and simple way to kill bedbugs. BedBugs and Beyond, a leading Canadian bed bug removal company, recommends heat as a key tool to fight bed bugs. No bed bug will be missed, nor any eggs, in any stage of life. The heat reaches into beds, through the linens, right to the mattress. The heat reaches into electrical outlets and walls. This takes one visit. Pesticides kill bed bugs but not their eggs. Using heat to kill bed bugs has been proven effective, while using pesticides requires a second visit from the extermination company.

Bed Bugs and Beyond is a full-service extermination company that offers this treatment to kill bed bugs. We offer an amazing minimum six month guarantee to our customers, to ensure 100% accountability. We can also provide scientifically documented and validated bed bug elimination education, counselling and complete treatment coordination. Call us at 1 (888) 410-1333 to free your home from bed bugs today!