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Bed Bugs


Bed Bug Treatment in Arkansas

Having bed bugs in your home or business can feel like a nightmare. Along with making you, your family, staff, or customers feel uncomfortable, bed bugs can often present health and safety concerns. Even just a few bed bugs are a serious issue because they populate quickly and can become an infestation fast. That’s where Bug Masters comes in!

We offer the best bed bug treatments in Arkansas and have built a reputation among home and company owners for eliminating bed bugs using the most advanced heat remediation technology. Our exterminators can help eliminate bed bug infestations quickly for the hospitality industry and commercial properties, as well as residential buildings.

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How Our Bed Bug Exterminators Can Help

Our bed bug extermination experts will carefully and thoroughly inspect your property to detect bed bugs and develop a customized treatment plan. Our bed bug exterminators use heat treatments to eliminate bed bugs, larvae, and eggs safely and effectively.

Large-scale bed bug infestations that can occur in hotels, medical clinics, and other commercial facilities not only harm individuals but can negatively affect your reputation and bring damaging publicity. Too often businesses in the hospitality industry suffer economic losses because of bed bug outbreaks that rapidly get out of control and lead to negative online reviews. Bug Masters will work alongside you and your employees to not only eliminate current issues but to identify and prevent future bed bug infestations. We have a proven track record of 100% bed bug elimination in commercial environments no matter how challenging. With a 98% success rate on the first visit, we are undoubtedly the premier provider of bed bug elimination services in Arkansas.

Bed Bug Heat Treatment

Whether you have a single-family home, hotel, condo, university, commercial property, or church, we can help you get rid of the invasive pest with our bed bug heat treatment. Bed bug heat treatment/remediation allows our team to treat a concentrated area while keeping the others operational. Even when treating an entire structure, heat treatments are still more beneficial than chemical treatments because it kills bed bugs of all life stages and does not utilize any pesticides or chemicals to do so.

In our bed bug extermination process the entire interior structure of the unit is heated slowly and sustained over time to temperatures that ensure the elimination of bed bugs and their larvae.

Why You Need to Remove Bed Bugs Quickly

Because bed bugs feed on human blood, which they consume mostly at night, they have taken away the comfort of many homes and hospitality businesses in Arkansas. Bed bug bites can cause itchy welts and rashes, skin irritation at the site of the bite, sweating, watery eyes, abdominal pain, and lethargy. They can also result in psychological effects and other health complications. Some individuals may develop severe reactions with more extreme symptoms, including difficulty in breathing, blisters, fever, feeling nauseous or flu-like, swollen tongue, or irregular heartbeat. Even though humans are their preferred host, bed bugs can also feed on animals such as cats, dogs, etc.

Bed bugs reproduce incredibly fast, so removing them as soon as possible is the best way to take back control of your home or business.

Bed Bug FAQs

What do bed bugs look like?
Adult bed bugs are about the size of an apple seed, 5-7 millimeters. They are long, brown, with a flat oval-shaped body and a winding balloon-like, reddish, or brown shape. They also have beaks with three segments, a four-part antenna, wings (though not for flight), and short, golden-colored hairs. They are smelly. Their musty-sweet odor is produced by the glands on their lower side of the body. Nymphs or young bed bugs are smaller, translucent, or whitish-yellow, and hard to see by the naked eye.

What do bed bug bites look like?
Bed bugs will bite any part of the body where there is skin exposed during sleep, such as the neck, face, hands, shoulders, arms, legs, etc. A bed bug bite can look like:

    • A raised itchy bump with a clear center
    • A red, itchy bump with a dark center and lighter swollen surrounding area
    • A tiny red bump or welt in a zigzag pattern or a line
    • A small red bump surrounded by blisters or hives

You may also see tiny spots of blood on bites, which often dry up and stain bed sheets.

What do bed bug eggs look like?
Bed bug eggs are very tiny and white. They are barrel-shaped, almost the size of a pinhead or a grain of salt. They are covered in a sticky substance and take the shape of any surface they are laid on.

What causes bed bugs?
Bed bugs are generally caused by increased international travel, changes in pest control practices, and resistance to insecticides. Good pest control practices will not only keep bedbugs away but also help keep other pests away. Bed bugs live and breed in nice, warm beds, or clothes. They generally love hidden and quiet places with people, the reason they are common in hotel beds, motels, apartments, and similar areas.

Where do bed bugs usually live?
Along with mattresses, bedsheets, and other beddings, bed bugs also tend to rapidly populate and inhabit furniture, causing irritation and embarrassing bites. They can also hide on zipping and other rugged surfaces on clothes.

What do bed bugs eat?
The main food for bed bugs is human blood. They suck blood mostly at night while hosts are asleep.

What to put on bed bug bites?
If you happen to have a bed bug bite, apply anti-itch cream or calamine lotion to the surface. Another option is to take an oral antihistamine to reduce itching and burning. You can alternatively use an over-the-counter pain reliever to relieve swelling and pain, as recommended by your healthcare professional. For severe reactions, visiting a doctor is advised depending on the reactions one experiences.

How should I prepare for bed bug treatment?
We send our customers a detailed tenant/homeowner checklist right after we schedule your home for treatment.

Arkansas Bed Bug Treatment

At Bug Masters, we help eliminate bed bugs in homes, multi-unit residential complexes, hotels, restaurants, warehouses, healthcare facilities, and much more. If you’re a home or business owner looking for a solution for bed bugs, you can count on the pest control team at Bug Masters. Contact us today!

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