Bed Bug Treatment

Reliable Bed Bug Treatment Florida Residents Can Trust

Living in Florida means you will encounter a wide range of bugs on a regular basis. Whether you live in South Florida or Central Florida, bed bugs can make their way into your homes or commercial properties.

Suppose you have recently discovered a bed bug infestation on the mattress, sheets, or comforter of your Florida home or hotel. In that case, Skymark Pest Control can help quickly and effectively rid you of these pests, no matter how bad the bed bug problem gets.

Signs You Have Bed Bugs

Not every insect on your bed will be a bed bug, but there are some signs you may have an infestation. Here are two tell-tale signs.

● Bite marks

Bed bugs bite, which may be the earliest sign you have an infestation. If you notice clusters of red bite marks on your arms or legs, you should immediately inspect your bed coverings, mattress, and box spring.

● Size and color

If the tiny bugs you spot on or near your bed are brown and flat, you may have bed bugs. If you notice they change shape after biting you/sucking your blood, they are likely bed bugs. Baby bed bugs will be smaller and white.

If you believe you have bed bugs, the first thing you should do is remove your comforters, sheets, covers, and any other bedding. Then, call Skymark Pest Control.

Experienced Bed Bug Removal Experts

Your health and safety matter to us, which is why our goal is to eliminate bed bugs for good. As a pest control company, we are committed to removing bed bugs while also teaching our customers strategies to prevent bed bugs from coming back. Below is an overview of what we can offer you.

Residential and Commercial Services

At Skymark Pest control, our Florida bed bug services include both residential and commercial services. Whether you rent or own, we can help.

Same-Day Pest Control

We understand the urgency of bed bug control, which is why we offer same-day treatments that will get rid of bed bugs for good.

Treatment Options for Bed Bug Extermination

Our priority with all of our treatments is to kill bed bugs and eliminate any infested area or areas of a home or commercial property. Here are some of our treatment options and preventative recommendations:

  • Freeze Treatments

Bed bugs also cannot live through extreme cold, so we also use dry ice to freeze bed bugs. The only downside is these treatments will not make their way through softer fabrics.

  • Chemical Treatments

Slower but very effective chemical treatments can also eradicate bed bugs. We target cracks and crevices with insecticides first since these are areas where bed bugs like to hide. Then we use additional solutions to kill any lingering bugs or eggs.

  • Fumigation Treatments

If you have a small bed bug infestation confined to one room, you will not need fumigation treatments. These treatments are reserved for major bed bug infestations, such as an entire house, apartment complex, or hotel rooms. If we recommend fumigation treatments for you, the good news is they also treat termites so that you can kill two birds with one stone.

Bed Bug Prevention Strategies

bed bug preventionIf you have bed bugs now, it is never too late to think about ways to prevent them in the future. There are some simple ways to prevent bed bugs:

  • Seal Cracks and Crevices

Bed bugs find their way into homes through cracks and crevices along your baseboards, windows, or doors. Seal any cracks and crevices to prevent them from sneaking their way into your home.

  • Cover Your Box Spring and Mattress

Once inside, bed bugs will manifest in your box spring or mattress. Adding covers over both will stop them from making a home in either.

  • Vacuum Regularly and Rid Yourself of Clutter

Bed bugs like to cling to carpet, rugs, and clutter. Vacuuming regularly can collect bed bugs before they make their way to your bed. Cleaning up messes from the floor also gives them fewer items to cling to.

  • Wash Your Bed Sheets, Covers, and Blankets Regularly

Washing your bed sheets, comforters, and mattress/box spring covers regularly with hot or cold water will ensure that bed bugs or eggs will wash off during your load. Running a full dry cycle will also kill off any remaining bugs.

  • Be Cautious of Moving Covers

If you are using a moving company, make sure moving covers are not used. Moving covers can carry bed bugs from previous movers, bringing those bed bugs to your mattress or box spring during that process. Covers can also transfer bed bugs to your bedroom nightstands, couch, ottomans, etc.

Areas We Serve

If you live in Central Florida, come to us before any other pest control companies. Unlike other companies, we find the root of the problem first, then find an effective solution. We also strive to limit our use of pesticides for your health and safety. Here are some of the areas we serve.

  • Orlando
  • Orange
  • Osceola
  • Seminole
  • Lake
  • Brevard
  • Volusia

If you live in Central Florida and do not see your region listed, contact us to help you today. We also partner with Landmark Pest Control, enabling us to expand our service area to all of Central Florida.

Contact Us Today for Your Bed Bug Treatment Services

At Skymark Pest Control, our experienced wildlife control team is here to help and keep you safe. We are open Monday through Friday, from 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Call Skymark Pest Control at (352) 552-3290 today for your bed bug removal needs, and we will go over any questions you may have. You can also email us at skymarkpestfl@gmail.com or visit us at 3505 N. Highway 19A, Mt. Dora, FL 32757.