Do you think you have bed bugs? Are you waking up with itchy bites? Have you seen any type of bug on your bed, sofa, or other sleeping or lounging areas? Bug bites and seeing bugs are often the first clue you may have bed bugs, but they are not clear evidence of a bed bug infestation. Evidence includes visual observation any of the following: bed bugs, bed bug moltings, and bed bug fecal staining. Often, it takes a trained professional to find and identify these forms of bed bug evidence. That is why we must perform an inspection before giving you a firm price. Our inspectors are California-licensed “Field Representatives.” They can accurately identify evidence of bed bugs.
Property Owners and Managers: Call or contact us today to inquire whether you qualify for a FREE INSPECTION. After we confirm, from a photograph provided by you, that you have bed bugs, we will schedule a FREE INSPECTION for owners of condos, single family homes, apartments, assisted living homes, call centers, and other businesses. Please take a close-up, in-focus photograph with your cell phone, then CALL US FOR OUR TEXTABLE PHONE NUMBER. We will tell you if its a bed bug and work with you to schedule an inspection. Without photographic confirmation of bed bugs, an inspection fee of at least $99 may be charged.
Renters: If you are an renting your home, condo, or apartment, or you are in a roommate situation, we will provide a FREE INSPECTION after photographic confirmation of bed bugs and after you and your landlord complete our Landlord Authorization form. This form grants us permission to enter the property. Otherwise, we may charge an inspection fee of at least $99. Please call us for details.
During your inspection, our Field Representative will listen to you, inspect the beds, couches, and other likely locations for evidence of bed bugs. If evidence of bed bugs is found, we will provide you a written report of our findings, scope of work to eliminate the bed bugs, costs, and warranty options.
We will never recommend bed bug treatment unless evidence of bed bugs is confirmed.