bedbug control, extermination, prevention and removal
you have a problem with bedbugs in your London home, business
If you’re looking for a bedbug removal service in London
to address a problem with bedbug infestation, or you want to stop
bedbugs from entering your home or business, we can help.
is the leading London provider in the assessment, treatment and
prevention of bedbugs in both homes and businesses.
can visit your premises and advise on the best way of dealing
with bedbugs, including professional bedbug fumigation services
for residential properties as well as hospitality businesses such
as hotels or bed-and-breakfasts. Our bedbug removal and prevention
services cover all areas of London and the M25 area.
will respond to your call within just two hours – 24/7,
365 days a year.
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to see if your area is covered.
discuss your bedbug problem and how we can help you with it, call
free phone 0800 082 0203
or direct dial 0203 189
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Below is some helpful information on the most common type of bedbug
that you may be having problems with.
eggs - white with cap. The eggs are tiny and hard to see.
Bedbugs are around 6mm their bodies are oval and flattened.
Recently fed they will then change to a red - brown colour.
have piercing mouthparts adapted for sucking, simple antennae,
legs and claws for clinging on to hosts, whilst feeding.
200 eggs are laid in a bedgugs life time. 4 - 5 are laid per
day and are glued in cracks and crevices. These only hatch above
are five moults, taking from a few weeks to several months depending
on food and conditions. Newly hatched bedbug nymphs are no bigger
than a pinhead.
access to a blood meal extends the bedbug’s development
time. As bedbugs grow, they shed their skin. A blood meal is
needed between each successive moult.
can be found in any cracks and crevices such as in headboards,
behind peeling wallpaper, behind broken plaster, behind light
switches, behind plug sockets, under carpets and behind skirting
flattened bodies enable them to fit into tiny crevices, but
they are also found in soft furnishings such as clothes, mattresses
seams, curtains and bedclothes.
lie dormant and wait until a host is asleep before feeding.
Many people will be bitten without even seeing any evidence
of the bugs.
bedbugs prefer feeding on humans, they will also bite other
warm-blooded animals, including pets..
Bedbugs prefer feeding on humans, they will also bite other
warm-blooded animals, including pets.
can be transported on clothing, in luggage, bedding and furniture
but are very rarely found on hosts.
can ingest 7 times their body weight in blood. This enables
them to go for prolonged periods without feeding.
adults Bedbugs are highly resistant to starvation (up to one
year) and low temperatures so thorough treatments of surrounding
areas must be carried out.