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Effective bed bug extermination, our free advice and thorough examinations prevent bed bugs from recurring.

High-tech bed bug control with advanced methods and effective means, so we can help you quickly and efficiently.

In addition, you get free advice on fighting and important information on your email, so we can stop the bed bug invasion.

You will also get a high-tech building examination, so that the bedbugs do not come back.

As the only pest control company, we have effective allergy-friendly and pesticide-free agents, so that your home is not contaminated.

Because we fight bed bugs and are also consulting engineers, who inspect the building, the cost may. deducted in tax.

We will perform an high quality investigation and pest control, so all bed bugs will be killed.
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Bed bug extermination:

We fight bed bugs quickly and effectively and you will immediately receive instructions describing how to prepare before we arrive so that the bed bugs do not spread further.
We can perform a high-tech building survey with instructions and how you should behave in the future, so you do not get bed bugs again.


Bed bug extermination – why us:

You will always be visited by a certified pest specialist who has an in-depth knowledge of bed bugs and control.
We have the right knowledge and high-tech equipment to carry out bed bug control without compromising your everyday life.
We have extensive experience with our treatment methods.
The means and devices we use are very effective, so the problem can be eliminated in a short time.


High-tech bed bug extermination:

In the fight – we use a special camera and UVAC light, so we can see where the bedbugs are preferably, in addition, we use a means that can detect the bedbugs.
We review the whole household, so we are sure it is not other insects that look like bed bugs.
We do not ask you to throw out your beds or upholstered furniture or to sleep in the bedroom so that you can lure the bedbugs out at night.
There is a special securing method where we secure the beds so that the bed bugs do not come back.


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A nuisance:

We fully understand your frustration that you may have been invaded by bed bugs and we unfortunately also get new customers who have not gotten rid of the bed bugs and have had to move out of your home.
Some people do not notice the bites from the bed bugs right away, but over time, everyone becomes allergic with obvious complications.
The bites are very troublesome and can cause swelling and severe itching as well as allergic outbreaks, these can last up to 3 weeks from being bitten until it stops itching.


Where are the bed bugs:

Not everyone is aware that they have bed bugs if they have not got itchy sores and allergies.
Bed bugs hide in all places where they can not be seen and they only appear when it is dark and when we sleep and lie still.
They hide mainly in the bedrooms and the adjoining rooms, after a short time they spread on to other rooms further away, other apartments and one’s guests via the clothes.


Where are the bed bugs preferably:

In the beds:
34.6% in box beds or box spring mattresses.
22.6% in public mattresses and 12.0% in the bed frame.

The rest of the home:
25% and under the floor panels.
18% in sofas and upholstered chairs.
16% in unwashed clothes (which can spread bed bugs to one’s guests and other homes)
3.1% in walls and ceilings.
2.3% in bedside tables and public chairs.
1% in the floor cracks.


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Bed bugs are a tick that feeds on blood:

Bed bugs feed on blood that is deposited as small black spots on bedding, floors, closets, rugs and mattresses and can usually only be seen with special equipment.
The bed bugs appear at night when everything is dark and quiet and when they are sure that you are asleep, then they bite.

The bedbug gently slips over the skin and searches for blood vessels, this they find with their 2 IR sensory horns, then they gently stick their mouth parts down into the top layer of the skin and spray a little anesthetic id in the skin, after which they pull their mouth parts up a bit and wait for the anesthesia works.
This is to be able to escape if you wake up, then they suck as much blood as they can, either on you or your pets as well as mice, rats, martens, birds, bats – etc.


Prevalence of bed bugs:

The bedbugs have 5 nymph stages and in stage 6 they are sexually mature, here they can mate, after which they lay approx. 6-9 eggs every 2-5 days – a total of approx. 200 eggs in your life cycle.
The number of eggs depends on the temperature and other external conditions and at temperatures below 10 C degrees the laying stops.
It takes from two months to a maximum of one year for the bed bug to go through the development from egg to sexual maturity, this depends on the temperature and the number of blood meals.
The adult bed bug can survive amazingly long without blood, at room temperature up to a year, in a laboratory in Canada, the longest live bed bug has lived for 3 years without a blood meal.


Bed bug extermination that should not be used:

Some pest control companies promise rapid eradication by heating the entire home to over 55 degree heat.
This can ruin electronics, electrical installations and some building materials and cost a small fortune.
During the heating, the bedbugs flee into colder areas, for example in the cavity wall or to the neighbor and infect here, when the heat disappears again, they come again and you are just as far.
Steam treatment of beds and sofas only affects the bed bugs that are on the outer edge, no longer inside the box spring mattresses nor in the rest of the bedroom or property.

Some pest control companies have so-called blood dogs, which can smell bed bug blood, these dogs also sit down when there is invisible menstrual blood or if you have had a tear in the skin, so this method can and should not be recommended.


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Diseases bed bugs can create:

The bed bugs are not thought to be contagious.
However, this is not entirely true, bed bugs can be infected by parasites and thus spread these.
It is often seen that people who have been bitten by bed bugs later get scabies and that the domestic animals become infected with tapeworms, which the bed bugs can be the host of.

Rare diseases such as bed bugs can be transmitted
– Cheyletiella “Fur forger”
– Sarcopte’s “Cabinet Forge”
– Demodex “Hair follicle mite
– Scabies “Fnat”
– Taenia “Tapeworm”

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