Bed Bugs in Savannah Area

Bed Bug Exterminators Serving Savannah, Hilton Head, St. Simons, Brunswick, Specializing in bed bug heat treatments, Our Bed Bugs teams have been providing affordable relief to homes throughout Georgia and South Carolina since 2008. We are the premier provider of Thermal Remediation Bed Bug extermination services, providing safe, single-service exterminations that require little preparation beforehand. Our services are reliable and your satisfaction is 100% guaranteed. Call Us Today ! 912-433-3671

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Thermal Remediation Heat Treatments - Bed Bugs

Our Heat Treatments usually take about 5-6 hours. We have Trailers and Trucks with built in Generators to supply the power for the Heaters.

Bed Bugs cannot survive temperatures above 120 degrees.

We do not heat above 135 degrees as this is not necessary and can be harmful to inside of home. We also do some spraying and dusting around host areas during heat up.

We are a family owned pest control business with environmental values and with respect to the health and welfare of our community. We are active members of the Certified Pest Control Operators of Georgia. We are very involved in our community and are proud of our services. The Company was started by Garey Clark in 1989 after many years of specializing in  termite control and inspections by using trained Termite Detection Dogs. He is known very well throughout the environmental community as being knowledgeable and sensitive to using safe products and applications.

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Bedbugs or bed bugs are small parasitic insects of the family Cimicidae (most commonly Cimex lectularius). The term usually refers to species that prefer to feed on human blood. All insects in this family live by feeding exclusively on the blood of warm-blooded animals. The name 'bedbug' is derived from the insect's preferred habitat of houses and especially beds or other areas where people sleep. Bedbugs, though not strictly nocturnal, are mainly active at night and are capable of feeding unnoticed on their hosts.

A number of health effects may occur due to bed bugs including skin rashes, psychological effects and allergic symptoms. Diagnosis involves both finding bed bugs and the occurrence of compatible symptoms. Treatment is otherwise symptomatic.

Bedbugs have been known by a variety of names including wall louse, mahogany flat, crimson rambler, heavy dragoon, chinche, and redcoat. Largely eradicated as pests in the developed world (primarily through the use of DDT) in the early 1940s, bedbugs have seen a resurgence since about 1995.

Bites and Concerns
Bed bugs usually bite people at night while they are sleeping. They feed by piercing the skin with an elongated beak through which they withdraw blood. Engorgement takes about three to 10 minutes, yet the person seldom knows they are being bitten. Bed bugs normally do not reside on people like head or body lice ? immediately after feeding they crawl off and reside elsewhere to digest their meal. Symptoms after being bitten vary with the individual. Many develop an itchy red welt or localized swelling within a day or so of the bite. Others have little or no reaction, and in some people the reaction is delayed. Unlike flea bites that occur mainly around the ankles, bed bugs feed on any skin exposed while sleeping (face, neck, shoulders, back, arms, legs, etc.). The welts and itching are often wrongly attributed to other causes, such as mosquitoes. For these reasons, infestations may go a long time unnoticed, and can become quite large before being detected. The likelihood of bed bugs increases if the affected individual has been traveling, or had acquired used beds or furnishings before symptoms started to appear. Bed bugs also are suspect if you wake up with itchy bites you did not have when you went to sleep. Conversely, it is important to recognize that not all bites or bite-like reactions are due to bed bugs. Confirmation requires finding and identifying the bugs themselves, which often requires the help of a professional. 


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Detection Dogs - K9

Best Method for Finding Bed Bugs Quickly in Savannah
written by Garey Clark  ,  Date 12-27-2018

Our Bed Bug K9 team can complete an inspection of your home or property for bedbugs in Savannah area. We have 3 dogs  and we can do a lot of units or a home in a timely fashion. The dogs are specially trained to detect only live bugs and viable eggs. We do many simulated exercises using live bed bugs and negative insects. They do not respond to dead bed bugs or unviable eggs. This is a great way for a property manager to stay on top of the bed bug issue at their properties. We have many clients that have the dogs do a sweep  every  quarter. If you manage a lot of units you are very likely to have bed bugs infest at least some of those units. Staying on top of bed bug management can keep you ahead of the game and limits spread throughout the facility. Our team can typically do 50-75 units in one day by rotating the dogs in and out like a basketball team.

After the inspection is completed you will know if any units are infested and take proper action to remediate the situation. We can develop a  strategic treatment program to immediately nrid the property of bed bugs. Being proactive is the best way to go with these bugs because of their spreading behavior.





How To Avoid Having A Bed Bug Infestation At Your Home!

1. Be careful when bring in any used furniture or clothing from another source.

2. When traveling do not place your suitcase on the bed. Use the stand and take it away from the wall at least a few inches.

3. When you come back home leave your suitcase out in the garage and take all of your clothes and put them straight into the dryer. Dry them           for 30 to 45 minutes and the heat will kill all stages of Bed Bugs.

4. You can use a blow dryer or steamer to treat your suitcase.

Here is a checklist of items that should be removed for Heat Treatment 

Click here for a resident preparation checklist . Bed Bug Heat Treatment Preparation Checklist

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