Finding bed bugs in your home or business can be distressing. They are the pest control industry’s number one infestation problem. If left untreated, an infestation can spread to other rooms and be almost impossible to control, so early intervention by a pest control professional is strongly advised. Bed bugs easily travel, and indeed the rise in bed bugs may be connected to human travel. They latch onto clothing or luggage, and luxury hotels and hostels are equally prone to hosting them. Items like second hand furniture can also carry them. Bed bugs like being close to their food source.

It is emotionally upsetting enough having a parasite in your bedding, but their bites are also an irritant, and can lead to infections from scratching. PEST are experienced at targeting the safest method of eradicating bed bugs, and our treatments will aim to prevent a reoccurrence of the infestation.

At PEST, we have the expertise and experience to eliminate bed bugs from your home or business. We provide targeted, safe and effective treatments, suited to a particular bed bugs problem and the location. Our tailored solutions and deterrents aim to stop the bed bugs infestation reoccurring, and PEST can also offer preventative advice to protect your home or business in the future.


Below are just a ways to deal with a Bed Bug infestation in your property.

  • Act Early

    If you think you may have bed bugs, early intervention by a pest control professional is recommended to limit the possibility of wider infestation throughout your home or business. PEST can advise on the most appropriate safe method of treatment and prevention.

  • Signs of Bed Bugs

    It is often difficult to spot the signs of bed bugs in the early stages of an infestation. But their presence will become apparent in bedding, duvets and mattresses, and they can even be visible to the naked eye.

  • Bed Bug Bites

    Bed bugs only feed on blood, and their bites deliver a small local anaesthetic so that irritation may only become apparent later. Scratching bites may lead to secondary infections.