Bed Bug Exterminators in Austin, Texas

Bed bugs are a huge problem for Central Texas. A bed bug infestation can occur in commercial and residential areas. As Austin’s expert beg bug control company, we inform clients that treating a bed bug infestation properly the first time is essential because there’s a high chance they could come back if treatment is not applied correctly. Avoid DIY solutions and contact Absolute Pest Management for professional bed bug control!

We Provide Effective Bed Bug Treatments

Absolute Pest Management is happy to bring its new and existing clients Thermal Remediation® from TEMP-AIR, which is an exciting new and highly-effective treatment for bed bugs. Thermal Remediation® uses temperatures between 120-135 Fahrenheit to safely and effectively kill bed bugs in your home or office. This is the most effective way to treat a bed bug infestation while reducing the use of insecticides. For more information about this amazing new treatment, contact us today to set up a free consultation!

Contact Us Today for Bed Bug Control

Removing and controlling a pest infestation requires the expertise of a professional bed bug exterminator team. With over 20 years of experience, our Austin exterminator and pest control technicians our experts when it comes to bed bug extermination. We have the equipment and treatment needed to eliminate your bed bug problem. Contact us today to receive a free bed bug treatment quote on your Austin home or office!

What Are Bed Bugs?

A key to making sure you never have a serious problem with these pests is to educate yourself as to their appearance, behavior and indicators of their presence.

How to Identify Bed Bugs

  • They are small, brownish insects with flat, oval shaped bodies
  • They have six legs
  • Short golden hair
  • Two antennae
  • Young bed bugs can be no bigger than a pinhead or even detectable by the naked eye.
  • They feed on the blood of mammals, including humans.
  • Their name comes from their tendency to live between mattresses and feed on bed occupants at night.
  • These bugs don’t fly, but can move quickly over floors, walls, and ceilings.
  • First sign of a bed bug infestation is the appearance of small brownish or reddish dots on bed linens and mattresses (droppings and blood spots)
  • Heavy infestations may result in an odor or described as “buggy” or sweetish smelling.
  • Bed bugs feed on any bare skin exposed while sleeping (face, neck, shoulders, arms, hands, etc.)[/cs_text]

Where do Bed Bugs Hide?

  • Mattresses
  • Wood trim
  • Electrical boxes and outlets
  • Floors
  • Behind wallpaper and picture frames

How do Bed Bugs Invade a Home?

  • Because bed bugs readily hide in small crevices, they may accompany (as stowaways) luggage, furniture, clothing, pillows, boxes, and other such objects when these are moved between apartments, homes and hotels
  • Used furniture, particularly bed frames and mattresses, are of greatest risk of harboring pests and their eggs

Are Bed Bugs Harmful?

]A common concern with bed bugs is whether they transmit diseases. Although they can harbor pathogens in their bodies, transmission to humans is considered highly unlikely. For this reason, bed bugs are not considered a serious disease threat. Their medical significance is mainly limited to the itching and inflammation from bed bug bites. The usual treatment prescribed is topical application of antiseptic or antibiotic creams or lotions to prevent infection.

If you live in the Austin, Texas area, contact Absolute Pest Management today for a free bed bug inspection and to discuss if Thermal Remdiation from TEMP-AIR is for you!