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What does Bed Bugs Inc. offer in Nashville Tennessee?

We offer residential and commercial bed bug services, including heat, steam, vehicle, and air duct treatments.

I live in Nashville Tennessee and have bed bugs, should I get my home heat treated for bed bugs?

Your home very well may be your largest investment so don't take chances. Bed Bugs Inc. knows how to treat your home and we treat the places you wouldn't know to treat. Bed Bugs love to nest and breed in your bed frames, mattresses, headboards and baseboards, and your car. They even like to nest inside your air ducts! You can have peace of mind knowing that our trained and certified Technician will treat those areas, and help you prevent them from invading your home in the future!

What does getting my home treated entail?

When purchasing one or more of our bed bug services, one of our trusted and trained Technicians will come to your location, and treat your property in the best way possible for your situation. For more detailed information, call us today! 888-269-6210

What type of structures do you treat in Nashville Tennessee, and are services guaranteed?

We treat bed bugs in residential and commercial facilities Nashville  Tennessee. Using heat and steam treatments is the most effective way to ensure that the bed bugs will be gone. However, if the customer does not use the preventative tips given to them, it is possible that the bed bugs can be brought back into the location.

How long does it take to treat a home or office for bed bugs in Nashville Tennessee?

Our Technicians are very diligent when it comes to taking care of your bed bug problem.  
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What is the best way to get rid of bed bugs Nashville Tennessee?

Treating bed bugs could be difficult if you don’t know the right treatment to use. The most successful way to kill bed bugs is through heat. Our bed bug heat treatment will kill all life-stages of the bed bug, from the egg to the adult. We specialize in heat treatments. Call 888-269-6210 today to find out more information on our bed bug treatments, or visit our Heat Treatment page for more details.

Can you get rid of bed bugs with heat and steam?

Absolutely! Heat and steam have been methods of treatment proven to be the best possible way to get rid of bed bugs. Under high heat and steam, bed bugs and their eggs cannot possibly survive and literally suffocate.

Where do bed bugs come from?

Bed bugs are notorious hitchhikers. They usually like to catch a ride on your baggage or even directly on your clothing. Bed bugs are most often picked up when staying in a location that already has them, such as a hotel or the house of a friend or relative. Unfortunately these days bed bugs have become so common that you can actually pick them up just about anywhere you might sit down. This means, they can easily be picked up at lots of common places such as a booth in a restaurant, the doctor’s office waiting room, or even a friend’s house. Learn more about how to identify the signs of bed bugs.

What do bed bugs look like?

Bed bugs are small flat bugs about the size of an apple seed and their eggs are very small and hard to see. For more information, take a look at our Bed Bug Identification page.

Are bed bugs harmful?

Although bed bug bites can produce a bothersome skin reaction, there are no known cases where a disease has been transferred from a bed bug to a human. That doesn’t necessarily mean they are harmless. Getting bitten by dozens of bed bugs nightly in a severely infested home is not good for you. While it may not be a significant amount of blood loss, it’s not something that you should let go on for any length of time. Call us today at 888-269-6210 to find out how we can get rid of the bed bugs in your home so you can get a good night’s sleep for a change.

I live in Nashville Tennessee how do I Identify bed bugs in my home?

Bed bugs are quite small so they can be hard to find. An adult bed bug is about the size of an apple seed but their eggs are much smaller and harder to see. An easier way to identify if you have bed bugs in your home is to look for the other signs that are common to bed bugs. You can look for blood stains on your sheets, pillowcases, and mattresses. You may also find little black fecal spots on the corners or creases of your mattresses. A sure sign is seeing discarded bed bug skins, clusters of eggs, or live bed bugs. Check out our Bed Bug Identification page for more information on how to identify bed bugs in your home.

What does a bed bug bite look like?

For people that are allergic to bed bug bites, the bites are usually a red, itchy bump similar to a mosquito bite. Sometimes you may see several bites in a line or cluster or they may just appear by themselves. Getting bed bug bites is one of the most common ways of discovering that you have bed bugs. Bed bug bites are a very real nuisance, but the actual bed bug is where the real frustration comes from. Call 888-269-6210 today to learn more about our heat treatment process to get rid of bed bugs.

I keep my house clean and spotless, how can I have bed bugs?

Some people think bed bugs came into the home because of dirt or filth. The truth is that bed bugs don’t discriminate when it comes to cleanliness/filth. You can find them in the cleanest homes as well as the dirtiest homes. Bed bugs usually make their way into your home by hitchhiking on a bag or on the clothing you are wearing. Often they make their way into a home without the homeowner even knowing it. Then they start to multiply and before you know it, there is a full blown infestation. Regardless of how they got in, Bed Bugs Inc. can eliminate them and provide you with recommendations on how to prevent them from coming back again in the future. Give us a call today. 888-269-6210

How can I prevent getting bed bugs in Nashville Tennessee?

Take a look at our Bed Bug Tips page for ways that you can prevent an infestation and what to do if you discover an infestation in your home.