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Bed Bugs Control Removal Toronto – GTA

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Got Bed Bugs?


Don't just hire an Exterminator. Hire an Expert! Call your locally owned Bed Bug Specialist!


The mere thought of having bedbugs at home is enough to make you shudder. These detestable bloodsucking insects hide in mattresses, sofas, and corners, patiently waiting for their nightly feast. When you least expect it, you'll wake up covered in bites, rashes, and unbearable itchiness. Bedbugs can cause insomnia, anxiety, and even severe allergic reactions. Don't let these nightmares on legs destroy your health and peace of mind!

At our company Bugs Heat Terminator, we specialize in eradicating bedbugs definitively. With years of experience eliminating pests in Toronto, we have tested products and methods that will get rid of every bedbug, egg, and larva hidden in your home. Don't waste time and money on ineffective home remedies. Our professional extermination service guarantees the total elimination of the infestation.

Regain the peace and tranquility in your home. Call Bugs Heat Terminator today for an inspection and finally enjoy nights without bites! Our team of experts is ready to help you.


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What Are Bed Bugs?


Bed bugs are small, flat, oval-shaped insects that feed on human and animal blood. An adult bed bug reaches about 1/4 inch in length and has a reddish-brown color. Bed bugs typically hide during the day and come out at night to feed. They inject an anesthetic while biting so hosts do not notice them. Bed bug bites usually appear as small, itchy, red welts on exposed skin.

Bed Bug Habits and Behavior


Bed bugs are experts at hiding. During the day, they squeeze into tiny cracks and crevices in mattresses, box springs, bed frames, furniture, and along baseboards. They can survive for months without feeding. Bed bugs are not known to transmit disease, but their bites can lead to skin infections from excessive scratching. Heavy infestations also cause stress, sleeplessness, and embarrassment.

Why Bed Bugs Are a Growing Problem


Although bed bugs were nearly eradicated in North America in the mid-20th century due to the use of insecticides like DDT, in the last 2 decades they have resurged as an important pest in Canada, the United States, and Mexico. The main factors believed to have led to this resurgence include:

  • Increased international travel and tourism

  • Sale and reuse of used furniture

  • Inadequate control of infestations

  • Greater resistance to insecticides

  • Policies prohibiting certain highly effective pesticides

Bed bug infestations tend to be more common in sites with a high turnover of temporary guests such as hotels, motels, hostels, dormitories, and shelters. They are also prevalent in low-income multi-family housing and buildings with maintenance and hygiene issues.

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We are your local bed bug exterminator.

Bed bugs are one of the world's great travelers, transported via luggage, clothing, bedding, furniture, etc. They can end up in your home uninvited and unannounced. Once they're in, the challenge of getting them out is great.

In Canada, proven bed bug killing tactics range from standard chemical treatments to specific heat treatments formulated to kill bed bugs.

If you think your home is infested with bed bugs and you live in or around Toronto, Bugs Heat Terminator's bed bug removal division can help you determine if you have bed bugs and how to get rid of them for good. We even offer a 90-day guarantee on all our bed bug removal services, so book an inspection today.


How do I know if I have a bed bug infestation?

Although bed bugs themselves may be hard to find, it is not difficult to diagnose an infestation. If you answer yes to any of these questions, call immediately for an inspection:


1.  Are you waking up with itchy, red bumps on your body in rows or clusters?          


After a bed bug feeds, it leaves a red welt about twice the size and with twice the itch of a mosquito bite. Many times, these bumps will be found in rows or clusters of four or five on your body. However, not all people react the same; in fact, many people do not react at all.

2.  Is your mattress stained with black spots, especially in the creases and folds?      


After bed bugs feed, they excrete some recently ingested blood along with feces, leaving groups of tiny black stains near their harborage, which is usually in cracks and folds around your sleeping area. Be sure to check near the baseboards and headboards as well as the mattress.

3.  Are there tiny white spots on your bed or headboard?


Bed bugs lay tiny, white eggs that have an adhesive to stick to any surface. Check for clusters of these eggs near cracks and crevices.

4. Can you find bed bugs or bed bug droppings?


Remove the sheets from your bed and move the headboard away from the wall. Look in cracks, folds, crevices, and holes anywhere near where you sleep or rest for long periods of time. If you can't find a live bed bug, you can find a carcass. Like many insects, bed bugs periodically shed their exoskeleton, which is light tan and can be found near their shelter.

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