Bed Bug Treatment in Edison, Somerset, Lakewood, NJ

100% effective bed bug treatment solutions

Utilizing heat as a treatment method has been demonstrated to be highly effective in eradicating bed bugs. With Cowleys Pest Services, our bed bug heat treatment solution offers a swift, safe, and efficient means to eliminate bed bugs from your home or business in New Jersey.

Cowleys offers heat treatment and chemical treatment service for bed bug infestations in Edison, Somerset, Lakewood and throughout Mercer, Ocean, Monmouth, Somerset, & Middlesex County, New Jersey. Contact us today to schedule your treatment!

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What are the options to kill bed bugs?

If a bed bug infestation has been identified, Cowleys can work with you to determine the best treatment strategy for your situation. The following are the most common options for an effective bed bug treatment plan:

Clean Out

Vacuuming bed bugs in NJ home

Vacuuming the mattress and box spring helps reduce large numbers of bed bugs quickly.

The initial priority of your pest control specialist is to thoroughly vacuum and scrub areas visibly affected by bed bugs. This crucial step significantly enhances the efficacy of subsequent chemical or heat treatments. The cleaning process entails the removal of adult bed bugs, their eggs, droppings, and any other remnants of infestation.

During this cleaning phase, any cracks and crevices in walls and moldings, potential hiding spots for bed bugs, are meticulously filled and repaired. This proactive approach ensures that hiding places are eliminated, preventing future infestations and enhancing the overall effectiveness of the pest control treatment.

Bed Bug Heat Treatment

For a severe bed bug infestation, heat is typically the best treatment option. The major advantage of heat treatment is that it kills bed bugs at all stages: eggs, nymphs and adults. Heat treatment for bed bugs is also safe, non-chemical, and typically takes just one day to complete.

Cowleys uses specially-designed heating units to raise the temperature of the home to 120-135 degrees, killing bed bugs and their eggs. We typically recommend heat treatment in combination with insecticide applications to protect the home against further infestation.

Chemical Treatment

Traditional chemical treatments typically involve multiple, carefully targeted applications to kill active adult bed bug populations in bedrooms and sleeping areas. Follow-up treatments are often necessary to treat resilient bed bugs eggs that have hatched since the last chemical treatment.

Preparing for Treatment

Heat treatment prep guide

Resolving bed bug infestations is a joint effort with the homeowner and pest control professional. The homeowner needs to prepare for the bed bug treatment to maximize its effectiveness. Prior to a chemical treatment, it is necessary to uncover any and all potential harborage areas within the home.This includes killing bed bugs that may be hiding in clothing and other soft fabrics in the room by washing and drying these items. Preparation steps for bed bug treatments are included in our detailed guide.

In the case of a heat treatment, there are additional considerations. Instructions must be carefully followed to ensure that items such as electronics, pharmaceuticals, perishables and even home systems are preserved and unharmed. Be sure to prepare their home prior to a heat treatment according to your pest professional's directions so there is no property damage from the heat. Bed bug heat treatment systems are not your standard portable home heaters; they can raise room temperatures as high as 135 degrees.

Mattress Encasements

It is not necessary to dispose of infested mattresses. Not only is it a waste of money, but also doing so can spread a bed bug infestation throughout your home. And, it should comes as no surprise that bringing a new mattress into the home before an infestation is under control inevitably results in that mattress becoming infested with bed bugs as well. Therefore, the preferred approach is to thoroughly clean, treat, and then encase mattresses and box springs. Box springs are a common hiding spot for bed bugs. Encasements fully cover both mattresses and box springs with specially made zippers that trap bed bugs inside. Because bed bugs can live for approximately one year without a blood meal, encasements should never be removed. To do so, may cause a re-infestation.

Active Mattress Liners

While encasements simply trap bed bugs, treated mattress liners are typically used in conjunction with encasements to kill bed bugs that come into contact with them for up to two years. Active mattress liners are easy to install. They are simply placed on the bed and sheets are installed over top. These liners help to kill any bed bugs that may have been missed during the treatments, reducing the chance of a re-infestation. They also protect the mattress and/or box spring depending on where they are installed and also help to protect those sleeping in the bed from bites. 

Get a bed bug treatment estimate in NJ today

Give Cowleys Pest Services a call at 1-855-239-9059 or contact us online to schedule your personalized inspection and cost estimate for bed bug removal and heat treatment in New Jersey. We offer our complete lineup of pest control services in Edison, Toms River, Brick, Bridgewater, Piscataway, Old Bridge, Middletown, Princeton Junction, and surrounding areas in Mercer, Ocean, Monmouth, Somerset, & Middlesex County.

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1145 NJ-33
Farmingdale, NJ 07727

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120 Stryker Ln Suite 206 A B
Hillsborough, NJ 08844

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391 Main St #103
Spotswood, NJ 08884

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3490 US-1 Suite 107
Princeton, NJ 08540
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