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Serving the Greater Boston Area

Bed bugs  have existed since ancient times and are now very common in the Northeast. They are small, wingless insects that are reddish brown, flattened and oval, with microscopic hairs that give them a banded appearance. They grow to about 1/8" long. Bedbugs are generally nocturnal and feed solely upon the blood of humans and warm-blooded animals. They do not transmit diseases, but their bites can become red, itchy welts on skin. Bed bugs are not a housekeeping or sanitation issue. They are usually unknowingly transported in or on luggage, clothing, or other belongings that are carried during travel.


Inspections are offered to verify the presence and extent of infestations. One of our bed bug specialists will inspect your property for bed bug activity and/or signs of it. Once the evaluation is complete, the specialist will discuss with you proper treatment and preparation requirements so that you are prepared for a successful treatment and reduce the risk of future re-infestations. 




Canine inspections for Bedbugs is also available  







​Bedbug  (Cimex lectularius)