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Top 5 Bed Bug Treatment in Melbourne, VIC

All Guard Pest Control & Property Solutions is a family-owned business that offers pest control solutions to residents and businesses in Melbourne and varying parts of Victoria. They take immense pride in their work and strive to provide clients with high-quality solutions and services, offering them the much-deserved peace of mind they’re after. Their staff is fully licensed and they specialize in all types of pest control and management solutions, from eradication and removal of common household pests, to thorough inspections and prevention techniques.

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Katsarida Pest Control
Melbourne, VIC (0.8km from Melbourne)
Katsarida Pest Control offers residential and commercial pest control treatments Melbourne-wide. They are discreet, reliable and highly-professional and are happy to be of service no matter what type of pest issue you may have. In addition to extermination services for homes and businesses, they also conduct pest inspections and monitoring and end of lease treatments. They can help clients deal with all types of pests, from ants and cockroaches to rodents, termites and numerous other household pests.

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Bayside House Inspections
Melbourne, VIC (0.8km from Melbourne)
At Bayside House Inspections, clients throughout Melbourne and the surrounding suburbs can get fast and reliable building inspections and reports from a registered building practitioner and qualified carpenter with over three decades of experience in the field. Their reviews are thorough, and their descriptions and analysis are detailed, helping to prevent clients from making expensive and unnecessary mistakes when buying, building or maintaining a property.

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Pest Police Australia
Melbourne, VIC (0.8km from Melbourne)
Pest Police Australia have serviced over thousands of happy and satisfied customers across Melbourne. Their team of pest control professionals offer high-quality services, great customer support and excellent outcomes. They are prompt, reliable and efficient and can get any type of pest infestation under control using safe and environmentally-friendly solutions and products.

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With The Building and Pest Report Specialists, clients can better understand the condition of their current home and property, the shape of a property they're looking to purchase and a comprehensive report of the state of the property, detailing the possibility of termite or other pest presence. Their team of experts is highly skilled, qualified and well-trained. They can give homeowners peace of mind by providing them with all the useful information they need about the state of the property or home they're inspecting.

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Frequently asked questions

How do bed bugs get in your bed?

Bed bugs can use numerous different ways to get inside your home, and sooner or later in your bed. They can travel via fabrics, clothing, luggage, bags and so on. Once they find a suitable area, like a bed or other furniture, they settle there and establish populations pretty quickly.

What is the main cause of bed bugs?

While people used to believe that what attracted bed bugs the most was a filthy and dirty home, the truth is that bed bugs do not have any preferences when it comes to the cleanliness of your home. Therefore, any home can get infested by bed bugs. All it takes is for you to travel somewhere where bed bugs have established a population and bring them home via your clothes, suitcase, etc.

How can I tell if we have bed bugs?

Some of the typical signs to look for if you suspect a bed bug infestation include tiny bloodstains on your linens, dark spots on your mattress and lines from their excrement, and red, itchy bite marks on your shin. Other telltale signs include an unpleasant, musty smell from the pheromones they release and oval brown exoskeletons on your mattress and linens that they’ve shed as they mature.

Are bed bugs visible to the eye?

While bed bugs range from the size of a sesame seed up to an apple seed, especially after a big meal, they can be hard to find sometimes. The first signs of infestation you’ll probably notice won’t be the actual bed bugs, but the marks they’ll leave on your body, and the spots on your bed and linens. Since they tend to hide in cracks and crevices, the best way to locate them would be to use a flashlight and a magnifying glass while inspecting your furniture and other areas where you suspect bed bug activity.