Bed bugs are a year-round problem in the Pacific Northwest. In fact; in 2017, Portland made the "Top 50 Cities with Bed Bugs" list!
At Interstate Pest Control, our Portland and Vancouver bed bug control services get to work fast, protecting your family from the painful bites associated with these pests. First, our bed bug experts will determine the level of infestation and figure out how the problem began. Then we'll prescribe the appropriate treatments to get rid of them permanently. It takes an average of four visits, once every two weeks, to handle an infestation. We deliver our proven bed bug control services in Washington and Oregon, including the cities:
Our seven-step bed bug elimination system combines the following services to get the results you need:
- Steam machines: The most recommended method for bed bug elimination, steam can kill bed bugs at all stages without the use of chemicals.
- Insecticides: For advanced infestations, chemical applications may be necessary because they can target hard to reach areas.
- Bite-proof mattress encasements: These are helpful for protection against entry and escape of bed bugs on all sides of a mattress.
- Canine services: Specially-trained dogs can sniff out bed bugs with greater accuracy than visual detection by humans.
A Team of Trusted Experts
Bed bugs are wingless insects and can't fly or jump–but their flattened bodies make it easy to squeeze through small areas like deep inside mattresses and furniture. For that reason, the most effective inspections are conducted by a qualified bed bug control professional. Here at Interstate Pest Management, we are one of the few companies in the country that are Certified Bed Bug Free–a certification awarded to companies who commit to regular certifications and proactive customer service!
When you call on Interstate Pest Management to handle your bed bug infestation in Portland or Vancouver, you can trust that our experts will arrive at your home with the right equipment, training, and certifications to handle your problem – and to keep it gone, for good!