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At Hulett, our team of experts are equipped with the latest, cutting-edge technologies to effectively treat infestations, including those brought on by bedbugs. Every problem is different, which is why our pest control professionals cater to commercial and residential pest control needs, and complete thorough bedbug inspections to build out a comprehensive treatment plan right at the start.

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Bedbug Control With Hulett Environmental Services

For those seeking bedbug control, our full fumigation treatments are the most comprehensive solutions for eliminating an infestation. The details of this treatment process will depend on the details of your space and infestation, which our pest control experts can talk you through. As with all our pest control solutions, our bedbug fumigation treatments are designed to be non-harmful for people and pets, so you don’t have to stress about the long-lasting effects of a bedbug treatment creating a risk for your family, guests, or patrons. In some circumstances, such as infestations within apartments or hotels, specialized local treatment can be completed for the affected units, as well. So the first step to removing the issues of a bed bug infestation is a thorough inspection by a professional pest control company.

To learn more about how the Hulett team can help you eliminate bedbugs in your home or commercial space, just contact us for a free initial inspection. Our team is even able to offer weekend and evening services to help you stop the bedbugs from biting ASAP.

Technician searching a bed for bed bugs.
A bedbug.

Frequently Asked Questions About Bedbugs in and Around Palm Beach County, FL

What attracts bedbugs to my space?

Bed bugs are attracted to several factors that make your home an inviting environment for them. They are primarily drawn to human presence, particularly body heat and the carbon dioxide we exhale. Additionally, bedbugs are attracted to the scent of human sweat and the presence of exposed skin. 

Cluttered spaces provide hiding spots for these pests, making it easier for them to establish infestations. Understanding these attraction factors and how to spot bedbugs before they take hold is crucial in implementing effective prevention and control strategies.

What health risks are associated with bedbugs?

Bedbugs are not known to transmit diseases, but they can still cause great discomfort and pose health risks to you and your family. Their bites can lead to itchy skin and rashes, and scratching these bites could lead to an infection. On top of that, the discomfort they cause can result in a loss of sleep, potentially leading to anxiety and drowsiness. It is important to address bedbug infestations promptly to mitigate these health risks and restore a sense of well-being while you sleep. 


How do I know if I have bedbugs in my home or business?

Bed bugs are brown or reddish, small, flat, and tend to stay out of sight until they come out to feed. Unfortunately, your first sign of bedbugs may appear on you or in your bed. First, check for small, itchy, red welts in a clustered or linear pattern on your skin, as bedbug bites are often the first noticeable sign.

Be sure to inspect your bedding and furniture for stains caused by accidentally crushing bedbugs. Dark spots or smears on sheets and furniture, which could be bedbug excrement, are also indicators. Look for shed skin and translucent eggshells in hiding spots such as mattress seams, or dog beds.

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