Raleigh, NC Bed Bug Removal

Bug-N-A-Rug Exterminators specializes in Raleigh, NC bed bug removal. Family owned and operated, Bug-N-A-Rug focuses on customer satisfaction and can completely rid your home of pesky bed bugs in a matter of hours with heat treatment, otherwise known as thermal remediation. Bed Bugs, which feed on human blood, have six life cycles. To successfully exterminate your home, it is important to use a method that will kill bugs in each stage, otherwise your home will quickly become re-infested. Female bed bugs can lay five hundred eggs during their life-span, so unless you get the problem taken care of quickly and effectively you’ll quickly be dealing with infestation again. Heat treatment has a one hundred percent success rate because it goes after every life stage.

Raleigh, NC Bed Bug Removal

If you’re tired of waking up with itchy, unsightly, bed bug bites, let the specialists at Bug-N-A-Rug Exterminators be your number one choice for Raleigh, NC bed bug removal. Conventional bed bug extermination techniques require harsh chemicals, and you often have to throw out heavily infested bedding, and even furniture in some cases. Heat treatment is completely non-toxic, as it simply uses heat, and you will not have to throw out anything!

The experts at Bug-N-A-Rug Exterminators will carefully monitor and heat your home from 120 to 140 degrees, focusing on the most heavily infested areas, for three to six hours. These temperatures kill bed bugs in a matter of minuets by depleting them of moisture. Afterwards you can safely return to your house without worrying about exposing your family and pets to unsafe chemicals. You will only need to vacate your home for a few hours, so you can schedule the removal at a convenient time when your family can be out of the house, perhaps while you’re at work or enjoying an afternoon out shopping.

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