We have successfully treated thousands of homes for bed bugs.
Our service is GUARANTEED effective.

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1 Bedroom Home: $249/Treatment $199 SPECIAL!

2 Bedroom Home: $299/Treatment $249 SPECIAL!

3 Bedroom Home: $349/Treatment $299 SPECIAL!

4 Bedroom Home: $399/Treatment $349 SPECIAL!

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*Bedrooms are only counted if they are slept in and/or have beds in them. A home office, study, storage room, etc does not count, they are treated as part of the rest of the house (included at no extra cost)

Bed bugs & their eggs are typically eliminated in just 3 treatments.
If a 4th treatment is necessary, COMPLETE ELIMINATION IS GUARANTEED.
Services are 14-21 days apart.

Considering HEAT Treatments? STOP! Read this first!
Let us save you a lot money and time: Heat treatments are EXTREMELY EXPENSIVE and COMPLETELY UNNECESSARY. They can even drive bed bugs deeper into crevices and harborages. They still require the use of chemicals AND require a lot more preparation. If you simply want to pay more to maybe get rid of your bed bugs, try heat treatments. If you just want the bites to stop & the bed bugs gone, use our service.
We wouldn't guarantee it if it didn't work.

  • Compare our service to Heat Treatments and DIY Products

    How Do We Compare?

  • Comparing our service
    to other types of services...
  • Required Treatments
  • Guaranteed Elimination
  • Bites Typically Stop Immediately
  • Protects Against Re-Infestation
  • Safe for People & Pets
  • No Evacuation Required
  • Treatment Preparation
  • Time to Complete a Treatment
  • Summary
  • Heat Treatments vs.

  • A typical home can easy run over $1500/treatment.

    From $999

    per treatment
  • 1-2+
  • no
  • yes
  • no
  • Since evacuation is required, there is no risk to people or pets.yes
  • People and pets must be evacuated during the 4-6 hour treatment.People & Pets Must Evacuate
  • ANYTHING that may be damaged by high temperatures MUST BE INSPECTED AND REMOVED, including: Pets – including fish in aquariums. House plants. Fresh food, fruits, vegetables, etc. Food that melts – chocolate, candy, etc. Prescription and over the counter medications. Make-up – especially lipstick (wax based). Wax based items – Candles, wax figurines, wax fruit. Anything pressurized – spray cans, fire extinguishers, oxygen bottles, etc. Flammables lighters, lamp fuel, alcohol, solvents, etc. Wooden and stringed musical instruments – leave the cases. Family heirlooms and irreplaceable items should be inspected and a determination made as to whether they should be treated. Clothing The bed bug will seek shelter on and within clothing. To avoid re-introducing bed bugs, any clothing removed from the space before a thermal remediation treatment must be treated (washed and dried at high temperatures) before being returned to the treated areas. Papers, smaller items, knick-knacks and collectibles A thermal remediation treatment requires moving large amounts of air to be successful. All items that can be blown around and possibly damaged need to be protected. Loose papers need to be gathered and boxed. Glass items, knick-knacks and other collectibles will need to be secured. Do not leave breakable items on shelves or other areas where damage could happen. Pictures, paintings, and other wall-mounted items will need to be taken down to prevent damage. Electronics, televisions, computers, video players, stereos, etc. Electronics are a hiding place for bed bugs; do not remove electronics from areas being heated. Switch all electronic appliances to the off position. Disconnect all electronic appliances by unplugging from the wall outlet. Water beds will need to be drained. Air beds will need to be partially deflated to avoid damage. Select comfort-style air beds with an electronic pump must be partially deflated and unplugged from the wall outlet.Mouseover for Details
  • 4-8 Hours+
  • Heat treatments can drive bed bugs deeper into your home as they attempt to escape the rising heat. They may be driven into areas that do not reach high enough temperatures, for long enough (they must be exposed for 60 minutes), to kill them. Once the temperatures return to normal, they may return to their previous nesting areas. The high costs, and lack of residual protection make this treatment type impractical and, often, ineffective.Mouseover for Details

  • From $199

    per treatment
  • 3
  • Includes free retreatments, if necessary, after the 4th treatment for up to 30 days.yes
  • yes
  • We guarantee against re-infeststion for 30 days after the 4th treatment. The products breaks down slowly over time, creating a residual protection until it completely breaks down. This helps protect against any eggs that managed to survive the treatments, or that were in untreatable areas (such as inside laptops, etc)..yes
  • Our products are safe for use around people and pets. Aquariums must be covered during the actual treatment.yes
  • Evacuation is not necessary, simply stay off treated areas until dry (typically 10-30 minutes).yes
  • Remove and treat (wash and/or dry at high temp) any clothing and bedding that may have been exposed to bed bugs or their eggs, including sheets, blankets, bed skirts, etc. Keep these items bagged or off site until after the treatment. Remove clutter, particularly around beds. Make sure beds & couches are accessible for the technician. Cover fish tanks/aquariums.Mouseover for Details
  • 30-60 Minutes
  • A low cost, effective alternative. Using only the safest products available, that deliver long-lasting residual protection, our service will eliminate your bed bug problem. WE GUARANTEE IT.Mouseover for Details
  • vs. Do-It-Yourself

  • Over-the-counter products are dilluted, and will require multiple bottles of the product for each treatment. An average treatment typically costs between $60 and $200... We now offer a PROFESSIONAL Do-It-Yourself bed bug Kit. Click on STORE in the menu above for more info.


    per treatment
  • Varies Significantly
  • no
  • no
  • Some over-the-counter products provide a 2-3 week residual protection.yes
  • Read product labels thoroughly as product safety varies greatly from chemical to chemical.yes
  • Varies by Product
  • Typically involves a combination of preparation steps from heat and chemical treatments.Varies by Product
  • Varies Significantly
  • Over-the-counter bed bug products are essentially dilluted versions of what professional exterminators use. These lower doses and may help the bed bugs adapt to the active ingredients in other bed bug products. Many of our customers have attempted to take care of bed bugs on their own. Many have greatly reduced populations, but it's rare to get complete eradication. You may spend hundreds of dollars doing nothing more than strengthening the invading bed bugs. Save yourself the time, hassle and expense and let the professionals take care of your bed bug problem.Mouseover for Details
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Our licensed and insured technicians will treat your entire home to ensure the bed bugs are completely eliminated.
We treat all living areas with people/pet safe products, including all beds, couches, chairs, etc.

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Frequently Asked Bed Bug Questions

  • What should I do to prepare for my Bedbug service?

    • When removing/moving items, BAG THEM to prevent spreading any bed bugs.
    • Keep sleeping in the same rooms. Changing rooms will spread the bed bugs.
    • Remove all clutter from the floor and under the bed, including clothes, bags, etc. We can treat many items, such as luggage or other non-washable items. We don’t, however, provide laundry services.
    • Remove all bedding/clothing/curtains/blankets/pillows and seal in a plastic bag. Wash/dry at high temperature.
    • Vacuum all floors. Pay extra attention to the areas around and under beds.
    • Move furniture and other items away from the walls, wherever possible.
    • Shoes should be heat or spray treated.
    • Severely infested mattresses and furniture (such as couches) may need to be disposed of, or you can purchase covers for them. We are usually able to treat and save most items.
  • How do I know if I have Bedbugs?

    Bed bugs typically bite in bunches. The first sign is usually clusters of red, itchy spots on your body. Not all people notice bed bug bites. Some people have a more severe reaction than others. You may also notice brownish stains on your sheets, mattress, or box springs.

    Except in cases of extreme infestation, people rarely see bed bugs, this is because they come out at night, and are very small and very good at hiding. They nest in everything from the seams of your mattress, to the picture frames on your walls. This makes them hard to treat with "over the counter" remedies.

    The minute you suspect them, should be the minute you call Hybrid Pest Control so that we can keep them from spreading.
  • Where do the bed bugs come from?

    You can get them from movie theaters, hotels, restaurants, airlines, neighbors, etc. They spread easily. Their eggs are extremely small and stick to surfaces, including your clothes.
  • How can I protect myself from Bedbugs?

    For more information on preventing, diagnosing and treating bed bugs, check out our blog: Hybrid's Pest Blog
    There are a number of steps you can take to limit your risk of getting bed bugs, and a wide array of products you can use to treat/prevent them:

    Clean: While bed bugs can be found in even the cleanest homes, regular vacuuming and cleaning will help eliminate bed bugs. Clutter around or under beds provides ideal nesting locations for bed bugs.

    Sprays: We offer safe, non-toxic personal carry sprays that can be used anywhere from your home, to movie theaters, hotels, and anywhere in between. View our products here. A few quick sprays will kill exposed bed bugs and their eggs:

    Steri-fab kills bed bugs and their eggs on contact! Steri-Fab ($17.99): Dries in about 15 minutes. It kills Bed Bugs (and their eggs), Lice, Fleas, Ticks, Dust Mites, Bacteria, fungus, Mold, Mildew, Viruses, and more! It’s also great deodorizer. Once dry, it is odorless, colorless, and leaves no residue. It can be used on mattresses, furniture, carpets, and many other surfaces. It is great for travel. It has no residual effect, meaning it only kills while it is wet.

    Bedlam kills bed bugs and their eggs on contact! Bedlam ($18.99): A residual aerosol spray designed to control bed bugs, lice, ticks, fleas, and dust mites on contact. It may be used as a crack and crevice treatment around baseboards, walls, etc. It is water-based and non-irritating, so it can be used to spot treat bedding/mattresses when controlling bed bugs. Residual effect lasts up to 6 weeks. Aerosol cans can’t be taken on airplanes.

    Protective covers: Protective covers can be used to cover your pillow, mattress, box springs, couches, etc. They eliminate many hiding and nesting places for bed bugs. Bed bugs cannot get in/out of the covers, yet the covers are still comfortable to sleep on. They help prevent/control infestations.

    Laundry: Wash all clothing, curtains, and all other fabrics frequently, and keep clothing in sealed bags when traveling and at home until all bedbugs are gone. Putting clothes in the dryer on high temperature for 5-10 minutes will kill any bed bugs and eggs.

    Heat Treatments: Heat treatments (over 120°F) will kill bedbugs. Professional heat treatments can be performed on items that can not be sprayed, or on entire homes/apartments to instantly kill most bedbugs. You can also get a steam cleaner to treat many areas yourself.
  • What else should I know about bed bugs?

    • Bed bugs nest in mattress seams, box springs, and other places near the bed. However we have seen them nesting in light fixtures, electrical outlets, laptop computers, under desks, in carpet, and other random places.
    • Bed bugs consume blood and can live over a year without feeding, but typically feed every 5-10 days.
    • Bed bugs are mostly active at night and hide during the day.
    • Bed bugs typically live for 1 year, though life spans vary.
    • Bed bugs normally nest near their food source (you).
    • Bed bugs can nest in small cracks and crevices, including in picture frames, mattress seams, etc.
    • Bed bugs lay their eggs in secluded areas, laying up to 5 a day and up to 500 in their lifetime.
    • Freshly hatched bedbugs are about the size of a pinhead.
    • Bed bug eggs typically hatch within 10 days.
  • Can I treat bed bugs myself?

    It is something you can attempt. It takes patience, an understanding of bed bug biology, and a lot of time.

    For those who would like to try, we have put together the first professionally backed Do-It-Yourself Bedbug Kit. And yes, it actually works.

    Whether you just don't have the money to hire a professional, or you live outside our service areas, or you are just a hands-on, do-it-yourself type, the kit can work for you. View it here, or read more here.


For more information on preventing, diagnosing and treating bed bugs, check out our blog: Hybrid’s Pest Blog

All too often homes and hospitality businesses suffer from the infestation that wrecks your sleep- the invasion insect we call bed bugs.

Bed bugs are small reddish or brown insects, shaped like wingless flat ovals. Adults can grow to be between ¼ inch and 3/8 inch, the size of an apple seed. Bed bugs live off of human blood, and are nocturnal so detection comes often only after and uncomfortable encounter. They also reproduce quickly, females lay up to 5 eggs a day reaching a total of 500 in a life time! This means bed bugs will not just go away, and even worse can live over 300 days in appropriate room temperatures with a constant supply of food.

In summary: They're hard to kill, drink your blood, can live for ridiculous amounts of time without feeding, nest in tiny cracks, lay a lot of eggs, their bite is MUCH worse than their bark, and they are stealthier than 1/2" tall ninjas!

Call us today at (801) 999-4544, we'll hunt them all down!