Residential & Commercial Bed Bug Extermination in South Carolina

Exterminate 100% of your bed bugs in one single treatment!

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Eradicate your bed bug problems entirely in only one visit!

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Bed Bug Extermination

Have peace of mind knowing bed bugs are gone for good, so you and your family can sleep comfortably at night. You can count on a reliable and efficient service that eliminates a bed bug infestation in a single treatment.

We can help

We understand how scary and unnerving it can be to deal with bed bugs. Our complete service makes the elimination process easy for you. Rest assured that you'll get affordable pricing and environmentally-friendly treatments.

Heat Treatment

We eliminate all 100% bed bugs in one treatment. It is the most effective whole-home bed bug extermination method available.

Residential Services

Join our thousands of satisfied customers who have benefited from our reliable services. We guarantee the same for you.

Commercial Services

Your excellent reputation is essential for a long-lasting business. We offer quick service, competitive pricing, and guaranteed success.

Inspection & Detection

Our team of experts can detect and analyze the best solution to your infestation or just send us a picture.

Chemical Applications

We are licensed and trained to apply state-approved materials for the control and extermination of bed bugs.

Customizable Guarantee

We can add on an extended guarantee for your protection and peace of mind.

Our Guarantee

We offer a 90-day guarantee. If you notice bed bugs after one of our heat treatments, we will send a technician to your home and resolve the issue at no extra cost, no-questions-asked.

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Our Extermination Process

No two-bed bug infestations are the same. We offer free in-home consultations to provide you with the proper treatment for your home or business.

We offer a complete bed bug elimination in a single heat treatment! We guarantee the results. Our heat treatment not only targets isolated areas but also extends to your furniture, carpets, walls, ceilings, and other areas where bed bugs live. It kills everything on all surfaces and crevices and resolves the problem permanently. Our personalized treatment strategy for your home exterminates 100% of your bedbugs while being safe, discreet, and effective.

As bed bugs are becoming more resistant to EPA-approved pesticides, turning to a natural, scientifically proven solution is the way to go. The heat method is fatal to most pesticide-resistant organisms that can infest your property. It will kill all bed bugs and their eggs in one go.

How to identify bed bugs?
A close up of an adult bed bug.
Adult Bed Bug

An adult female bed bug can lay 1-3 eggs per day and 200-500 eggs per her lifetime. However, this bug needs a male bed bug to reproduce. It lives between 99 and 300 days.

About the size of an apple seed, 5-7 mm long.
Long and brown, with a flat, oval-shaped body if not fed recently.
Balloon-like, reddish-brown, and more elongated if fed recently.
Distinct smell, with a musty-sweetish odor produced through glands on the lower side of the body.

The full life cycle of a bed bug from egg to adult.

Cast Skins
Bed bugs will shed their skin five times before becoming an adult throughout their life cycle. It will be of various sizes and look like clear, empty exoskeletons. Cast skins are more likely to be found around nesting areas than out in the open. You can find them in box springs, mattress seams, wood framing, inside books, picture frames, nightstands, carpet, and other items around their hiding spots.

Bed Bug Eggs
After mating, females lay sticky, white, oval-shaped eggs into cracks and crevices. Bed bug eggs look like tiny grains of rice or 2 grains of salt put together. They are shiny translucent to pearly white in color and found in bed bug harborages and locations away from people. Bed bug eggs are approximately 1/16″ long and usually can be found on wood and fabric than on plastic or metal. Bed bug eggs hatch in about 10 to 14 days, and the newly emerged bed bug nymphs instinctively seek out a blood meal.

Bed Bug Nymph
Bed bug nymphs are much smaller than adult bed bugs. Nymphs are approximately 1/16" when they first hatch and are nearly colorless until their first feeding. Because of their relatively small size and translucent appearance, they can be challenging to see. However, they can be seen and are easier to spot when they are on the move. Several nymphs are signs of an impending infestation. The heat treatment of the area is required to prevent spreading them to other places.

Fecal Marks
Fecal marks are blood stains resulting from a bed bug bite. It can be visible on lighter-colored sheets and pillowcases, furniture, clothes, and even walls. The stains are typically dark or rusty spots of excrement.
Unlike blood stains, fecal spotting tends to be black or dark in color. They are from partially digested blood and usually clustered in groups around areas that bed bugs inhabit. The spots will smear if sprayed with liquid or wiped with a wet rag. Evidence of fecal spotting is usually visible in their typical hideouts, such as mattress seams and edges and corners of boxsprings.

We can help you find the right bed bug remediation strategy that fits your need and win the bed bug battle!