BED BUG PEST CONTROL SERVICES
Treatment of mattress, box spring, and furniture for bed bugs
Apply residual bed bug insecticide sprays
Use bed bug interceptor traps on bed frames
Monitor bed bug movement with traps
Test area with our heat verified bug detector
Follow up within 1 week after treatment to ensure customer satisfaction
Eco-Friendly Bed Bug Treatments available
We Service Madison / Janesville / Milwaukee areas with local Certified Pest Control Technicians ready to help you! Immediate pest control / exterminator assistance is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Bed Bugs get their name because they are commonly found in beds but can also be found in other places where humans spend a lot of time including businesses, hotels, airplanes, and furniture. Bed bug infestations start within eight feet of a bed (mattress, box spring, headboard, bed frame, bedding material) but bed bugs can travel as much as 100 feet in a single night! If left untreated, an infestation can easily spread.
Cimex lectularius, the common bed bug Bed bugs were once a common public health nuisance, declining in incidence through the mid 20th century. However, bed bugs have experienced a dramatic resurgence and there are worldwide reports of increasing numbers of infestations. The presence or absence of bed bugs has no relation to the cleanliness of your home; the most immaculate homes are just as susceptible to bed bug infestation as untidy homes. Bed bugs are one of the great travelers of the world and are readily transported via luggage, clothing, bedding and furniture.
ARE YOU INFESTED WITH BED BUGS?
- Dismantle the bed and stand the components on end. Things to look for are the bugs themselves, the light brown molted skins of the nymphs, or dark spots of dried bed bug excrement. Often the gauze fabric overlying the box spring must be removed for thorough inspection and treatment.
- Call Bohmz Pest Services at 608-201-0807 for inspection and treatment immediately!
For additional information about bed bugs, including a video tutorial on inspecting for bed bugs, please see the CDC’s bed bug FAQ and Additional Resources.