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Wyoming MI Bed Bug Exterminator, AllPhase Exterminators, are the most trusted exterminators in the area to rid your home of bed bug problems safely and effectively. We understand the importance of being comfortable in your own home, and we want to help you return to that time.

Bed Bug Identification

Bed bugs can be hard to spot. Unlike popular myths, they can be seen with the naked eye, but most of the time, identifying the problem is done by recognizing the bites or by seeing the waste they leave behind. They like dark and warm areas, usually within 16 feet of their favorite hosts – humans. Check the small nooks and crannies where you spend most of your time, like mattress seams, box springs, headboards, couch cushions, lamps, draperies, and occasionally even laptops.

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Allphase were really patient and responsive to my neediness. I must have called 10 times between the initial assessment and the treatment. I was literally freaking out! They were able to talk me off the ledge several times! I can’t thank you enough for giving me much needed peace in my home. You’re AWESOME!” – Karen West

Great experience from beginning to end. Mike was timely showing up for the inspection and all of the phone calls we made were handled with patience and understanding by the staff at Allphase. We finally get to have some rest. Thanks Mike!” – Mark Londel

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Don’t delay. Bed bug problems don’t solve themselves, and we have the most efficient and safe way to eliminate your pest problem.

Our process is simple. Call or click here for a free estimate and schedule an identification appointment. We use expertly trained bed bug sniffing dogs to find where the biggest problem areas are. Dogs have a superior sense of smell, and bed bugs have a specific odor that dogs can sense. With 94% accuracy, this is the most efficient way to identify your problems.

We then bring our heat treatment system to your home, make sure you’ve removed all heat-sensitive items from your home, and begin the heat treatment. We funnel heat into your home through non-toxic, heat proof rubber tubes and warm your home to 145F for several hours to ensure all spaces are reached. We guarantee your home will be bug free in one session.

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Can you see bed bugs?

Yes. Many people assume that bed bugs are too small to see, but this assumption is incorrect. Newborn bedbugs are very small, translucent, and difficult to see, but adult bed bugs are about the size of a small apple seed. The bugs are dark brown and can be spotted easily if you know where to look.

What do bed bugs look like?

Bed bugs are small, flat, and apple seed shaped bugs that range from translucent to brownish in color depending on their life stage. Bed bugs do not have wings and cannot jump; they crawl from room to room or person to person and lay white oval eggs tucked away in the areas where they feed.

Do bed bugs spread diseases?

No. Bed bugs have not been found to transmit diseases to humans. Bed bugs are generally not considered a threat to your health, however, bed bugs bites will cause itchy red marks or skin rashes to develop which can lead to infection. Infestations are also known to cause psychological problems for many victims.

Do bed bugs live in dirty homes and hotels?

No. Bed bugs can and will live anywhere as long as humans are present to feed on. They will inhabit any home no matter how clean you keep it. You can find bed bugs in budget motels as well as 5 star executive suites.

How did I get bed bugs?

Bed bugs are commonly picked up and brought home from traveling. Bed bugs outbreaks are common in large cities and downtown areas. You may have picked up bed bugs from schools, hospitals, movie theaters, even coffee shops. You can also get bed bugs from living in multi-unit housing or apartment buildings. If a neighbor brings home bed bugs they can travel through walls or ductwork into other apartments.

How fast do bed bugs reproduce?

Female bed bugs will lay 1-5 eggs per day and eggs will hatch within a week. The average lifespan of a bed bug is 6 months, but tend to live longer in a cold environment.

What does a bed bug infestation look like?

You will find exoskeletons on the ground that bed bugs have shed during their molting phases. Look for white eggs in the creases of your mattress or beddings as well as brownish blood stains and fecal matter in your sheets from feedings. You will also have red spots develop on your skin and it’s likely that you will see bed bugs crawling around if the infestation gets worse.

Do I have to throw out my furniture and mattress?

No. Many people throw out furniture and mattresses because chemical pest control companies tell them to. If you choose heat treatment, the safer alternative, you can treat your home and all of the contents and furnishings inside your home, saving you thousands of dollars.

How do I get rid of bed bugs?

Bed bugs grow at a rapid rate. You should hire a professional exterminator to get rid of bed bugs at the first signs of infestation. Bed bugs are the only insect that a home owner can’t treat on their own.

Will heat treatment hurt my home?

No. Aside from a few items that will need to be removed prior to your service, heat treatment is safe for your home. Some of the items that will need to be removed are items that cannot withstand high levels of heat including: candles, crayons, oil paintings, aerosol cans, plants, and stringed musical instruments. Review the full heat treatment item checklist here.

Can the cold kill bed bugs?

Findings have shown that bed bugs will die if kept in the freezer at 1F for 3 ½ days. If kept at -4F degrees, they will die in just 2 days. You can place infested items in sealed bags in the freezer but this will not exterminate an infestation; bed bugs will hide in all kinds of spaces in your home and could even be hidden behind electrical outlets and in the walls.