Orlando Bed Bugs Extermination Company

Bed Bug Removal and Control OrlandoBed bugs can be a problem for homeowners in Orlando and  for anyone that has the misfortune of sharing a living space with them. They are a “hitch hiker” bug which means if your kids are at school and someone has them on a back pack, they easily could make their way over to your child’s back pack and then intrude your living space. These bugs are known most often for living in your bed but that is not all. They do take up residence behind pictures on your walls, carpet, sofa’s, linens, and so forth. They come out at night to eat, and are looking for your blood!  If you wake up in the morning with itchy or bruised skin, bed bugs could be the problem. This treatment has to be done correctly to make sure to kill all bed bugs. It will take several hours for this treatment to cover all that needs to be done. Many Orlando homeowners have found relief from the presence and misery caused by these bugs, with a phone call to Critter and Pest Defense at 407-326-2111.

Bed Bugs Our Removal Process Works

Our staff will work to decontaminate your home and get rid of bed bugs for good. We have licensed and insured technicians who are fully trained to help you with your critter and pest problems in a fast and effective manner.  The products we use are environmentally safe for you, your pets, and your loved ones and our results are 100% guaranteed.

Our working hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM, but you are welcome to leave us a phone message or send us an email any time.  We also do have emergency services available 24 hours a day if a problem arises and you are in need after hours.  We promise we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Orlando Bed Bugs Prevention Is Part Of A National Strategy

The EPA’s Collaborative Strategy on Bed Bugs (the strategy) was developed by the Federal Bed Bug Workgroup to highlight ways that all levels of government, community, academia and private industry can work together within a community to reduce bed bugs across the United States.

Managing bed bugs continues to be a major challenge for many communities. Through collaboration, communities can develop customized training programs, communication materials and treatment plans. Implementing these plans at the local level can reduce costs and achieve a better level of bed bug control.

The strategy outlines four priority areas for bed bug control:

  • Prevention.
  • Surveillance and Integrated Pest Management [IPM].
  • Education and Communication.
  • Research.

Each of these areas is critical to national bed bug control efforts. However, communities may choose to focus their local strategies on one or more of these items, depending on the needs of each individual area.

Within each priority area, the goals of the strategy are to help stakeholders by:

  • Coordinating and guiding federal activities.
  • Facilitating collaboration among stakeholders and various levels of government.
  • Raising awareness of the issues surrounding the bed bug problem.
  • Maximizing efficient and effective use of resources to address high priority needs.
  • Encouraging realistic appraisal and management of bed bug problems through education and integrated mitigation measures.

The strategy also focuses on the importance of measuring the results of actions taken to control bed bugs and sharing success stories with other communities.