Bed Bug Pest Control MassachusettsBed Bug Pest Control Massachusetts

The proliferation of bed bugs in the United States and in the world at large is a reality. Constant vigilance is necessary. Early detection is key for successful bed bug control and prevention of a major infestation. And professional exterminator intervention is increasingly becoming a must to control the problem.

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Bed bugs are challenging pests to control.

Bed bugs are small, cryptic and agile preferring to hide close to where they feed. However, if necessary, they will crawl several feet to obtain a blood meal. Initial infestations tend to be around beds, but the bugs eventually may become scattered throughout the bedroom, occupying any crevice or protected location.

The social stigma of bed bug infestation creates its own challenge. People do not always tell others because they are embarrassed. Thus, visiting guests unknowingly may take the bed bugs home with them.

A1’s Integrated Pest Management (IPM) approach to bed bug control and extermination combines all available methods of eliminating bed bugs. See our 6 steps to bedbug elimination here. We tailor our services to suit your needs and budget and find the best bed bug treatment plan for you and your home or business.

Call A1 at 1-800-525-4825 (1-800-499-5866 for Cape Cod) for bed bug control for home, business, hotels in MA & NH!

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