Bed Bugs

Bed Bugs

In a world of outspoken customer feedback and instant online reviews, it just takes one infested room to stain your property’s hard-earned reputation and negatively impact your revenue. That’s why your H&H Pest Management partnership is so critical. When you choose H&H Pest Management, you get more than the average pest control company; you get the experience, knowledge, training and service needed to help protect your property’s occupancy, and your bottom line.

Location Types Serviced

  • Hotels
  • Motels
  • Lodges
  • Hostels
  • Resorts
  • Theatres
  • Bed & Breakfasts

Reasons to choose H&H Pest Management

thermex bedbug heater

  • Over 4,500 bedbug infestations treated successfully
  • Multiple treatment method options other than traditional chemicals
  • Member of the bedbug FREE Network
  • Territory covering 4 western states (AZ, CO, NV and UT)
  • Bed bug technicians that undergo extensive training
  • Discreet service vehicles and equipment 

PROGRAMS & SERVICES:


standard bed bug service

 

Designed for low level infestations that are very recent in activity. We have an extremely high success rate with this service and are happy to offer it to our customers.

 

 


thermx bed bug heat treatment

 

We use bed bug remediation heaters to thoroughly heat treat those hard to control large infestations. All of our technicians are trained and are capable to perform heat treatments. We are excited to offer this service to our customers as an alternative to traditional steam and chemical treatments.

 

 


SafeRest Mattress Encasements

 

 Mattress , box spring and pillow encasement sales.

 

 


What are bedbugs?

Bedbugs are parasites that feed exclusively on blood and prefer human blood over other species blood. Cimex lectularius, the common bed bug, is the best known because they feed on human blood. Other Cimex species specialize in other animals such as bat bugs and bird bugs.

Cimex lectularius is named “bedbug” because of the place where it will most likely inhabit: homes, hotels and especially near or within beds and bedding or other sleeping areas. Bed bugs are mainly active at night, but can be seen during the day feeding or in inconspicuous places. They usually take a blood meal while unnoticed by their hosts.

There are a number of health effects that could result from bed bug bites, including skin rashes, psychological effects, and allergic symptoms. There are a number of medical signs and symptoms that may suggest a bed bug infestation, but only by finding the adult insects, bedbug feces, eggs or shed skins will confirm the diagnosis of a health symptom.

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