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Key Takeaways

  • Early inspection and identification of bed bug hiding spots are crucial for effective elimination.
  • Vacuuming infested areas helps contain bed bugs and prevent their spread to other rooms.
  • Temperature-based treatments like steam cleaning can be effective in killing bed bugs without chemicals.
  • Professional pest control companies are essential for thorough inspection and multiple treatments to eradicate bed bugs permanently.
  • Provincial Pest Control offers affordable and effective bed bug extermination services in Toronto, Ottawa, and other cities in Canada, using specialized equipment and Integrated Pest Management principles.


How to remove bed bugs permanently from your house?

Bed bugs are notorious for causing severe harm to their human host. These ubiquitous, tiny insects can colonize any space and stay hidden during the day. They typically hide in your mattresses, bed frames, and other places where they can have easy access to bite you and suck your blood, usually at night while you are asleep.

While bed bugs cannot transmit diseases, the discomfort from an infestation warrants taking necessary actions to wipe them out. Read on to learn how to eliminate bed bugs from your homes if you have a bed bug infestation.

How Do You Know If You Have a Bedbug Infestation?

Bed bugs are tiny insects, about one-quarter to one-half of an inch in size (generally 6mm in length). However, they are nocturnal, elusive, and adept at hiding during daylight, making them difficult to find most times when they enter your home.

If you’ve got a bed bug infestation at your home, you may first notice some signs before you ever get to see any of the bugs with your naked eyes.

If you wake up with new, itchy red bumps that were not there before you went to sleep, you may suspect bed bugs. However, this is just one sign of a bed bug infestation. Other signs that you may have bed bugs in your house include:

  • Tiny blood spots or stains on your bed sheets or pillowcases.
  • Tiny rust-colored specks or pellets of bed bugs excrement on your sheets and mattresses, bedclothes, bed frame, curtains, walls, and behind your paintings.
  • Tiny bed bug eggs and eggshells, or shed skins in areas around your bed, mattress stitches, behind the headboard, the edge of your carpet, and even in your electrical outlets.
  • An offensive, musty odor in your room or near your bed
  • The bed bugs themselves.

When you notice these signs, it’s a clear indication that you have a bed bug in your house. However, if you’re still uncertain about signs of bed bug infestation, you may seek help from any professional bed bugs exterminators who know the actual signs to look for.

Once you’ve noticed signs of infestation, whether on your own or through help from an exterminator, it’s time to take action to get rid of them before they spread and prevent their return.

What To Do If You Have Bed Bug Infestation?

We understand that removing a bed bug infestation could be annoying and daunting; but, with a little bit of patience, diligence, and the proper knowledge, you’ll find it surprisingly easy to do. I’ll show you, step-by-step, how you can eliminate bed bugs faster from your home for good.

Step 1: Find and identify all bed bug hideouts

Early inspection of possible hiding places for bed bugs could help a great deal in the timely extermination of bed bugs. Bed bugs are prolific breeders and reproduce best at room temperature (250C). They can lay 500 or more eggs during their lifetime, and just within a few months of hatching, the baby bugs also start to reproduce. Therefore, it’s best to act fast and find all infested areas before they begin to breed and form a giant ‘colony’ in your home and go ‘rogue.’ Also, you should know that a small infestation is a lot easier and cheaper to treat than a big one.

Search for bed bugs yourself in places like a mattress or couch seams, the folds of curtains, inside electrical outlets, and under loose wallpapers. Bed bugs also prefer to hide in cracks in the bed frame and headboard, underneath paintings and posters on the walls, and in the seam where the wallpaper and ceiling meet.

Step 2: Contain the bed bugs infestation

Once you’re sure you have bed bugs, you need to do all you can to contain them. This will help you stop their spread to nearby rooms or apartments and make them easy to eliminate faster. However, vacuuming their hideout remains the quickest and easiest means to contain bed bugs. To do this, get a vacuum and run it over any possible infested areas, including your mattress, dresser, carpets, electronics (like TVs, radio) to pick up active bed bugs. Then seal up the vacuumed contents into a plastic bag and discard the bag.

To ensure you don’t reintroduce bed bugs into your house after vacuuming, clean out the vacuum thoroughly before moving it inside the house back. Also, ensure to seal up all your affected linens, clothing, and other textiles in plastic bags until you wash them in hot water. You may also decide to put them on the highest possible temperature setting in your washer or dryer to eliminate the bed bugs on the affected materials.

Step 3: Exterminate the bed bugs

There are two different ways you can use it to kill bed bugs. One involves the use of ‘home cleaning methods’ while the other uses insecticides to wipe out the bed bugs.

Home cleaning methods are temperature-based treatments. You can use a steamer and steam infested spots without causing any damage. The temperature-based treatments are appreciated because they don’t involve chemicals, making them completely safe methods to use around your children and pets.

If these temperature methods don’t remove all the bedbugs in your house, you need to call a pest control company and seek professional help.

Step 4: Contact a reliable Pest Control Company for help

Bed bugs are so hard to kill. The modern bed bugs are hardy survivors and have evolved to develop a thicker protective outer coating (exoskeleton) in recent years. These explain why bed bugs are now so hard to exterminate on your own. Their exoskeleton adaptation has made them able to repel pesticides. Their skin also contains great levels of enzymes (esterases), which help them break down typical insecticides and render them ineffective or useless. Unfortunately, their mutant nature also makes them even harder to kill. This is why your DIY remedies can’t help get rid of bedbugs but instead make your bed bug problem untreatable.

Getting rid of bed bugs permanently involves thorough home inspections and often multiple treatments, which professional bed bug exterminators can only deliver. Getting the service of an experienced Pest Control Company (like Provincial Pest Control, (PPC) that offers affordable bed bug extermination services is vital to removing bed bug infestation faster and permanently without spending a fortune.

At Provincial Pest Control (PPC), we have access to various chemicals and other treatments that help wipe out the bedbugs completely. In addition, we have one of the best bed bugs exterminators in Toronto and the whole of Canada. Our certified bed bug experts understand the life cycle of bed bugs and are available around the clock to offer you a thorough home inspection service. Our technicians would help disrupt the bed bug life cycle (from eggs to nymphs to adults) to help keep your home free of bedbugs.

Our team of professionals is equipped with specialized equipment and tools that are not available to homeowners. We incorporate the principles and practices of Integrated Pest Management (IPM) into our bed bug procedures to ensure the safer and permanent elimination of all bed bugs that you may have in your house.


We offer professional bed bug extermination services and other pest control services for homeowners in Ottawa (Ottawa bed bug infestation services), Toronto (Toronto bed bug infestation services), Vaughan, Richmond, Burlington, Oakville, and other cities in Canada. We offer same day free pest inspection and treatment. So, order for your free pest inspection here.


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