Bed Bug Treatment In Las Vegas

3400 W Desert Inn Rd Suite 23. Las Vegas, NV 89102
Phone: (702) 251-5559

Don’t Let The Bed Bugs Bite!

Las Vegas is a global hub for people, for entertainment… and for bed bugs. Their bites can be extremely irritating to your skin. An infestation can compromise the safety of your family and pets and cause embarrassment as a business or homeowner. Let our bed bug exterminators at Senske Pest Control help eradicate these blood-sucking pests from your home or business. Call us today at (702) 251-5559 or request a free estimate to learn more about bed bug treatment options.

Why Choose Senske for Bed Bug Treatment?

Senske has been in the pest control business since 1947. Our methods for bed bug control have been approved by the state of Nevada and the federal government, which means getting rid of these invasive insects won’t endanger the health of your children or pets. Let our trained technicians safely and effectively get rid of your pest problem. Call us today at (702) 251-5559 or request a free estimate.

Senske Pest Control Customer Review

“Not seeing any bugs is great! I would recommend Senske because you do your job and I don't have to see bugs.”Michelle L, Las Vegas

Bed Bug Extermination: Our Process

  1. Contact us at (702) 251-5559 or request a free estimate.
  2. We’ll perform an inspection at the location of the bug infestation
  3. We’ll communicate our plan of action and provide you with an estimate of treatment
  4. We’ll remove your bed bug infestation for GOOD!

What are Bed Bugs?

Bed bugs feed off of humans and animals during the night while we sleep. During the day they like to hide in small and dark crevice areas, such as your bed. You might find them in your clothing, your drawers, the seams of your mattress, even in your electrical sockets! Call a bed bug control professional immediately if you see them during the day. This could be a sign of a major bed bug infestation.

These relentless pests take 3 to 10 minutes to eat. They can eat easiest without being discovered when we are sleeping and still. They feed every five to ten days but can go for up to a year without food by living in a dormant state. A single female bug can lay hundreds of eggs in her lifetime and can singularly create an entire bed bug infestation in your home or business. It’s important to eradicate these pests as soon as you realize you have them.bed-bug-life-cycle.jpg

Bed bugs develop in 5 stages. They take 10 days to hatch out of their egg. They remain clear until they’ve had their first meal. Once they’ve eaten blood they turn dark red. Until they reach their last stage as an adult they are so small that they remain almost invisible to the naked human eye. As an adult, they can grow to be a quarter inch long. They are usually flat unless they’ve just eaten. Then they become round and filled with blood.

How to Tell if You Have Bed Bugs

These bloodsuckers' bites can be painless at first but can turn into red itchy bumps that can stimulate a rash or an allergic reaction. Their bite looks different than flea bites. Flea bites are mainly found on ankles and bed bug bites can be found anywhere on your body- especially on skin that’s been exposed during the night. Flea bites have a red spot in their center and bed bug bites don’t. bed-bug-bite.jpg

People oftentimes mistake bed bug bites for mosquito bites. If you have bed bugs there will most-likely be signs. Signs can include blood stains on your sheets, dark spots on your sheets and mattress from their feces, eggs or skin shed in their hiding places (especially in the seams of your mattress or behind your headboard) and a musty odor released from their scent glands.

How to Get Rid of Bed Bugs

Bed bugs are in the same family as lice. As hard as it is to get rid of lice, it’s even harder to implement bed bug removal! ​These insects are a difficult pest for treatment and it’s advised to get professional bed bug exterminator instead of trying to DIY (do it yourself) solution.

Although you might be hoping to save money by trying bed bug extermination yourself, they are extremely resilient. It will probably end up costing you more time, money and hassle than calling a professional pest control company that is experienced in treating various bugs found in Las Vegas. Along your DIY adventure, you might lose precious household items, personal belongings and expensive pieces of furniture. If you think you might have bed bugs, call Senske Pest Control immediately at (702) 251-5559 or request a free estimate.