Bed Bug Treatment London

  • Effective and affordable

  • Professionally trained and certified technicians

  • Discrete service

  • Convenient and flexible scheduling

We are a team of trained and adept professionals that strive to deliver an end-to-end bed bug treatment service in London. We know all about bed bugs: how they look like, how they breed, how they act, and how to make them go away for good. We provide a thorough and all-inclusive bed bug assistance: from the initial inspection of the area to determining and implementing the proper pest control method tailored to each specific case. Throughout the process, we aim to ensure both an entirely safe and fully effective bed bug extermination. Our team can react to your inquiries timely and flexibly – anytime, anywhere. We operate in all areas in and around London, offering a user-friendly, affordable, and invariably efficient bed bug treatment service for all.

Bed bug control company operating in London

We take bed bug treatment very seriously as a part of our mission to provide everyone with a clean, healthy, and pest-free environment. Our team of pest control specialists is located in London and is prepared to deal with even the most severe infestations.

Our experts can guarantee satisfactory and cost-efficient results by discovering all problematical spots and choosing the best bed bug control alternative. With our domestic and commercial bed bug treatment in London, we can solve the issue once and for all.

Domestic bed bug services

Bed bugs can find their way to your home hidden in your luggage, clothes, and furniture. They can also migrate in search of food from one flat to another, forming a sizeable domestic infestation. This happens very often in densely populated cities like London.

Dealing with such a critical situation can cost you a lot of time, energy, and money. But the biggest issue of them all is that if the wrong treatment is applied, the bed bugs might spread to a larger area in search of a comfortable hiding place.

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How to Get Rid of Bed Bugs

Bed Bug Heat Treatment

  • The thermal bed bug treatment is especially suitable for infected homes.
  • As it’s zero-toxic, the presence of people and pets in the area is possible.
  • Furthermore, unlike pesticides, steam is safe for application on furniture, like mattresses, and beds.

Bed Bug Spray Treatment

  • We use professional insecticides which are carefully developed for human-inhabited spaces.
  • The spray treatment which we offer is efficient and low-toxic.
  • This makes us the go-to bed bug spray company in London.

How much does a bed bug treatment cost?

We offer personalised and affordable bed bug control solutions. When forming the price, we always consider the complexity, level of infestation, and the bed bug population’s chemical resistance.

The bed bug removal cost depends on the infected area’s size and the type of treatment applied. For example, a one-time bed bug heat treatment costs more than a spray treatment, but it has an immediate effect on the insects.

Our guarantee terms:
We give a 30% discount on the prices for every subsequent treatment and three months full warranty after three full heat and spray treatments.

What do bed bugs look like

When in the proper environment, 40 bugs’ infestation can grow to more than 6,000 in half a year. So, how to prevent bed bugs from spreading rapidly around your place? It is highly recommended to look for a professional bed bug exterminator if you have even the slightest doubt that there are bed bugs around.

Thanks to our domestic and commercial bed bug services, we can solve the issue once and for all.


Steam and Spray

  • Guarantee Terms depend on the level of infestation
  • £200 – 1 bedroom
  • £240 – 2 bedrooms
  • £280 – 3 bedrooms
  • 4+ bedrooms – quote upon inspection

Heat Treatment

  • 3 months full guarantee (entire property treatments only)
  • £500 – 1 bedroom
  • £950 – 2 bedrooms
  • £1200 – 3 bedrooms
  • 4+ bedrooms – quote upon inspection

How do I find a bed bug exterminator near me?

We offer bed bug services all across London. If you live in one of the following boroughs, we’ve got you covered:

Barking and Dagenham, Barnet, Bexley, Bromley, Brent, Camden, Croydon, Ealing, Enfield, Greenwich, Hackney, Hammersmith and Fulham, Haringey, Harrow, Havering, Hillingdon, Hounslow, Islington, Kensington and Chelsea, Kingston upon Thames, Lambeth, Lewisham, Merton, Redbridge, Richmond upon Thames, Southwark, Surrey, Sutton, Tower Hamlets, Wandsworth, Waltham Forest, Westminster

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How to find out if my home is infested with bed bugs?

A: Bed bugs prefer to stay close to their host’s sleeping area. In most cases, they are nesting under your mattress. Look for their faeces or the pest itself.

Q: How to prepare for treatment?
A: Strip all the beds. Remove any luggage from the floor and the bed storage. Don’t leave any food exposed in the targeted areas. Cover fish tanks. Be ready to leave the property for during the treatment and for another 2 hours afterwards.

Q: Are the chemicals safe?
A: The chemicals we use are professional use only and are safe as soon as the treated surfaces dry out.

Q: Is there a guarantee with your service?
A: In some cases, a second treatment may be required. We give a 30% discount for a follow-up treatment and 3 months full warranty after 3 full heat and spray treatments.

Q: Which heat method do you use?
A: We use highly effective steam that operates at 180°C and kills bed bugs, including their eggs, within seconds in direct contact.

Q: Can I spray my home by myself?
A: “We strongly recommend not to do that! Cheap chemicals available for amateur use have a short or non-residual effect and
could worsen the infestation by spreading it through the entire property.”

Q: Why I’m the only one who’s getting bitten?
A: Nearly 40% of all people in the world have no reaction to bed bug bites.

Q: Do bed bugs smell?
A: Bed bugs release odour called alarm pheromones. Some people say they can sense an odour similar to stink bugs, and others say it is similar to coriander.

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