Bed bugs

Bed bugs are a parasitic insect that feed on warm blooded animals including humans. They often live in and around the bed and feed at night when you are sleeping.

The main signs of an infestation are the red marks on skin from their bites and blackish spots on bed linen from their droppings. Bed bugs can make their way into homes by being transported on clothes and luggage from other infested areas. This means anybody is susceptible to an infestation and it is not a reflection on personal hygiene standards.


Prices start from £375 for one treatment, please contact us for a quote.

We will confirm the cost of treatment in advance and you will need to pay up front by debit or credit card.

If we find no evidence of pests when we visit you, we’ll only charge a call-out fee of £35 and refund you the difference.


Once in your home bed bugs spread making them difficult to treat, but there are things you can do to help prevent an infestation:

  • inspect mattresses and furniture regularly, checking for signs of an infestation
  • wash clothes and bedding regularly and at high temperatures
  • keep bedrooms tidy and clutter free to reduce the amount of places for bed bugs to hide
  • inspect any second hand furniture for bed bugs before bringing them into you home. Avoid second hand mattresses
Single bed bug on white woven fabric
Bed bugs and their eggs in and around a furniture joint