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Residential Bed Bug TREATMENT





Because of their elusive nature, bed bugs are easily overlooked by unsuspecting property owners and managers.  Our Bed Bug Canine Inspections allow for quicker, more accurate detection of bed bugs and, because they are extremely difficult to eradicate, our bed bug services include the necessary products and follow-up visits for one fee. Our treatment methods consist of the following:

Chemical Application:

  • The most cost-effective choice for Immediate treatment of select areas within a structure or home.

  • Resident preparation:  Requires careful preparation by the resident. 

  • Chemical applications: Our people are carefully trained to make precise applications using only high quality proven products* 

*All pesticides by law must be registered with the EPA 

Bed Bug Heat Treatment:

  • The most cost-effective choice for Resolving heavy infestations in cluttered conditions. Heat has been proven to kill all stages of the bed bug, from egg to adult, usually in just one visit. 

  • Resident preparation: Less extensive preparation is required for the resident and they can return to their home that same day.

  • Chemical applications: The primary method of treatment is chemical-free heat.  We may include the use of a natural-chemical treatment called Diatomaceous Earth, which is a naturally occurring dust that kills bed bugs and other nuisance pests physically, not chemically.

  • How much does bed bug heat treatment cost? Find out more about bed bug heat treatment.

Fumigation Services:

  • The most cost-effective choice for The treatment of heavy infestations in large structures.

  • Resident preparation:  Less extensive preparation is required for the resident.  Residents must vacate the structure for 24-48 hours without re-entering.

  • Chemical applications:  Sulfuryl Fluoride (Vikane®)

What Are Bed Bugs?

this is what a bed bug looks likeBed bugs are small, flat nocturnal insects that feed on blood. In recent years, bed bugs have experienced an alarming resurgence and are becoming a serious pest problem for homeowners in the Rose service area and especially in DetroitCincinnatiColumbusClevelandDayton.

Bed bugs can be found in just about any type of dwelling where a food source (blood) is available.

For more on bed bugs visit our bed bug pest information page.

How Do You Get Bed Bugs?

Bed bugs are usually picked up in buildings frequented by large numbers of people, like hotels, and unknowingly brought back home in infested luggage, backpacks, purses, furniture, bedding, shoes or clothing.

In multi-family dwellings like apartment buildings, bed bugs can easily make their way between apartments infesting the entire building.

Bed bugs are often found:

  • In Bedding
  • Behind electrical outlets and light switches
  • In crevices of furniture
  • Inside mattresses and box springs
  • Between flooring and under carpeting
  • Under chairs and in the drawers of dressers

How To Tell If You Have Bed Bugs?

Although they are small parasitic insects, bed bugs can be seen by the naked eye and can be identified by the appearance of small brownish or reddish dots on bedding, mattresses, and furniture. These are bed bug droppings and blood spots from their feeding. Heavy infestations may result in an odor described as “buggy” or sweet. Bed bug bites usually produce mild or no reaction in most people but may leave behind red, itchy welts. Bed bugs feed on any bare skin exposed while sleeping (face, neck, shoulders, arms, hands, etc.). While they prefer humans, bed bugs may also feed on your cats, dogs, birds or other warm-blooded pests. Still not sure if you have bed bugs? Rose Canine Bed Bug Inspection teams can quickly and easily check your home or business. Our dogs are so efficient they can detect the presence of a single bed bug and even their eggs!

What Do Bed Bug Bites Look Like?

Bed Bug bites typically appear as red inflamed spots on your skin. The size of bites varies as each individual reacts differently.  Bed bugs inject an anticoagulant when feeding which causes reactions and determines the size of the mark left behind. Bites usually occur in areas of exposed skin like arms, legs, and backs. See a bed bug feeding.

what bed bug bites look like

For more resources visit our Bed Bug Helpful Links Page


For Year Round Protection Consider The Rose Home Service Program.

With the Rose Home Service program, you pay one annual price and receive 12 months of protection. It's guaranteed to protect your home against common household pests.  Our home service program includes pre-scheduled interior and exterior services over a 12-month period. If additional visits are needed, we will come out at no charge to you – it’s part of our guarantee to keep your home pest-free!


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