Bed Bug Heat Treatment London Hotels

Commercial Heat Treatments

Bed bugs are often hard to spot in commercial premises. They are small and usually only emerge at night time. They can hide undetected anywhere within your building. They can often hide in chairs, cracks within walls and in rugs or carpets. 

They can travel easily by crawling onto clothing or even within bags.

Bed bugs can grow to around 5mm in length and fully grown adults are usually a dark brown colour. They can easily survive for long periods without feeding.

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Finding Bed Bugs in your Property

Finding bed bugs in your property can be challenging. The early signs of an infestation are usually bites on your skin which can become itchy and painful.

Bite areas can become sore and infected so if this happens, you may need to seek medical advice.

If you think you may have a bed bug problem, please read our ‘Signs of Bed Bugs‘ page. We also offer free surveys and quotations so please contact us for further information.

We are the Commercial Bed Bug Heat Treatment Specialists

How Did Bed Bugs Get into your Property

I can be almost impossible to determine the source of the bed bug infestation.

They are very small and almost invisible to the naked eye and can travel undetected in packaging or on visitors clothing.

Common places for infestations are in reception seating areas where soft furnishings exist and have frequent visitors. Once deposited in these areas they can easily travel to other parts of the building where they can nest and multiply!

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Treating Bed Bugs in your Property

There are many bed bug treatments available, however we would asses your property to choose the most suitable method of treatment. Treatment can often be challenging due to the size of commercial properties and the difficulty in locating the areas of infestation.

We offer a free survey to determine the extent of the infestation before providing a free quotation to carry out the treatment.

Please contact us to discuss your requirements.

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0203 600 1045

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