Bed Bug Control

Bed Bug Control In Ellensburg, WA

Don't Let Bed Bugs Keep You Up At Night

You might think bed bugs are only a problem for hotels, apartment buildings, and other commercial facilities, but here at Prosite, we also receive many calls from homeowners worried about bed bugs. These biting insects are a real problem for homes and commercial environments in Yakima and Kittitas counties and infest properties indiscriminately. If you think you've found bed bugs or signs of an infestation, take action right away. At Prosite, we offer comprehensive bed bug control solutions that start with a site consultation!

Our Bed Bug Elimination Process

When it comes to bed bugs, we have one goal: to control the pest problem. When you contact Prosite for bed bug control, you can count on our team to get rid of bed bugs following a proven bed bug elimination process.

  • Inspection: The first step towards resolving a bed bug problem is to conduct a thorough inspection of the room or area with the suspected infestation. Our pest control technicians will look for signs of bed bug activity, including live bugs, and check bed frames, mattresses and box springs, bedside tables, and other furniture. Our technician will also inspect wall hangings, curtains, and other items in the room. If bed bugs are confirmed, a treatment plan will be recommended and thoroughly explained, so you know what to expect. 
  • Preparation: To protect your personal belongings, the homeowner must remove some items before treatment. They include pets, house plants, food that melts, cell phones, and make-up. For a complete list of things that must be removed and more instructions on how to prepare for a bed bug treatment, please view our bed bug preparation checklist. 
  • Bed Bug Treatment: We'll start the service by vacuuming up any live bed bugs and verify that the preparation checklist is provided before the service has been completed. From there, Prosite will perform either a bed bug heat treatment or conventional treatment that includes the application of the product. Before we leave, we'll set up bed bug monitors that will be checked for activity during our follow-up visits.
  • Follow Up: Prosite will monitor the infested area for three weeks to ensure the bed bug problem has been resolved. Each week following the treatment, we'll return to inspect for bed bugs or signs of these biting pests. While most bed bug infestations are resolved in one visit, you can rest assured our team will not quit until your bed bug problem is history!

Contact us today for a bed bug inspection and service in Ellensburg, WA and surrounding areas!

Customized Integrative Pest Management Plans Tailored to Your Specific Needs!! Personalized Solutions for Homes and Businesses
At Prosite, we craft custom pest control plans designed specifically for your needs, whether for your home or business. Backed by extensive research and industry-leading products, our tailored approach ensures effective pest management and lasting peace of mind.

How We Get Rid Of Bed Bugs

At Prosite, we exterminate bed bugs using both heat and conventional methods. How we determine which bed bug control method is best for your home or business will be determined during our consultation.

Bed Bug Heat Treatments

Did you know bed bugs, like other insects, have a lethal temperature threshold? Adult bed bugs, eggs, and nymphs cannot sustain life once they are subjected to temperatures greater than 122 degrees Fahrenheit. At Prosite, we take advantage of that weakness. We use heaters to raise an infested room's air temperature above their known threshold (typically 122-140°F). Then we utilize fans to circulate the hot air around the space to ensure that the heat penetrates all probable places where bed bugs hide. The heat we produce during the treatment kills bed bugs by dehydration or, in other words, we dry these biting insects out.

Conventional Bed Bug Treatments

This bed bug eradication method consists of the targeted application of EPA-registered products to baseboards, floorboards, and other areas where bed bugs are prone to hide while not biting their victims. All conventional bed bug treatments are administered by highly trained and licensed pest control professionals who understand bed bugs, know where to find them, and how much product is necessary to eliminate all life stages of these pests. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Where do bed bugs come from?

    Unfortunately, you can pick up bed bugs anywhere. Hotels, movie theaters, airports, plans and cabs are common places to encounter these bugs. Homeowners also risk bringing them home on used clothing and secondhand furniture or welcome guests that have arrived with stowaways on their luggage or even themselves.

  • Does Prosite offer organic bed bug treatments?

    Yes, we do! To learn more about our organic bed bug control methods, please give us a call. 

  • Which is more effective - bed bug heat treatment or chemical?

    Both methods are highly effective in eliminating bed bugs from residential and commercial properties. The solution we recommend is based on the size of the infested area, the severity of the infestation, and other factors. Once we’ve inspected the problem area, we’ll have a better idea of which treatment would be better suited.

  • How does a bed bug heat treatment work?

    Heat treatment is very effective in killing adult bed bugs, eggs, and nymphs because the heated air is able to eliminate bed bugs found on the surface AND penetrate fabrics and areas not easily accessed by technicians such as cracks and crevices in flooring and furniture. 

    Professional grade thermal remediation equipment is set up in the infested area after the preparation work has been completed.  Under the careful eye of one of our trained technicians, the space is then heated up to a temperature that is proven to eliminate bed bugs and sustained for several hours. During the course of treatment, the intense heat will dehydrate the bugs causing them to die. Once complete, our team will break down our equipment and let you know that the property is ready to be re-occupied.

  • What do I need to do prior to a canine inspection?

    Before we can conduct a canine inspection, we will need your cooperation in preparing the area. Please click here to view our Pre Canine Inspection Information sheet.

  • Do I need to get my home ready for a bed bug heat treatment?

    Yes! In order to achieve optimal results we must have the cooperation of the homeowner. We will provide a bed bug preparation checklist that includes items that MUST be removed from the infested area prior treatment as well as what items must be protected and how to treat your clothing and other items. 

  • How do I control bed bugs?

    While some do-it-yourself bed bug treatments can be effective, most homeowners choose to go the professional route. 

  • What does pest control do for bed bugs?

    Our bed bug control treatments are effective at eliminating bed bugs in all stages of development. We use a combination of treatment methods, including liquids and dusts to eradicate your infestation completely.

  • Can pest control kill bed bugs?

    Effective bed bug control will kill the bed bugs in your home. This process can sometimes require more than one treatment. We'll inspect and re-treat your home if necessary.

  • What chemicals do pest control companies use for bed bugs?

    Typically, the most effective way to eliminate a bed bug infestation is by using a combination of chemical treatments. We use liquids, dusts, and aerosols that we must apply according to precise standards and with detailed care.

Prosite’s Bed Bug Guarantee

We are so confident in our bed bug exterminating services; we offer a bed bug guarantee to qualifying properties. For more information about the guarantee available for your home or business, please reach out today.

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