Bed Bug Services

Bed Bug

bed-bug-rendering-topThese elusive creatures are often found in numerous places, including: mattresses and box springs, behind headboards, inside switch plates, in couch cushions and in furniture seams. They are excellent “hitchhikers.” By hiding in clothing, they inadvertently go along for a ride to a new location, leading to their spreading. Texas Bug Team‘s bed bug services may be of interest to you, if you’ve encountered these pests.

The resurgence of bed bugs is attributed to increasing international travel, in addition to their ability to build up resistance to insecticides.



Bed bugs can be found anywhere people are, but particularly in areas with large populations. They often infest apartments, hotels, schools, retail stores, single-family homes and multi-family homes, among others.

Even the nicest five star hotels are susceptible to these pesky critters.

Bed bugs continue to be most common in residences with more than 98% encounters in apartments and in single-family homes, according to the National Pest Management Association. Other locations still include:

  • Hotels/Motels: 75%
  • College Dorms: 47%bed-bugs-waste
  • Shelters: 47%
  • Nursing Homes: 46%
  • Schools/Day Cares: 41%
  • Office Buildings: 36%
  • Retail Stores: 15%


Bed Bug: A Misunderstood Mystery

Discovering bed bugs in the above locations isn’t very surprising, considering their close association with humans. However, this shouldn’t cause panic or create fear. The truth about these insects is often fabricated, but Texas Bug Team is here to give you the facts:

  • Although bed bugs have been found to carry more than thirty different human pathogens, there is no evidence that they transmit disease to humans.


  • Their presence has nothing to do with cleanliness. Bed bugs can be found anywhere there is a food source. Clutter can hide introductions, which can lead to more severe infestations, but is not the cause of an infestation.


  • They can be found anywhere, not just in beds.


bedbugsBottom Line: Protection

Bed bugs are becoming a huge problem. They are more a reality than some media hype. It is important to protect your home and your business.

They’re great at hiding and have been known to hitchhike in luggage, personal belongings or even you.

Once indoors, bed bugs can be very difficult to control without the help of an experienced pest specialist. You can reduce your chances of a costly bed bug infestation by catching them early. Bed bugs can multiply quickly, so early detection is critical to help prevent an even larger infestation.


What Texas Bug Team does

Bed bugs are sneaky and hard to find, but your Texas Bug Team is trained to pinpoint evidence if they are around. On the first visit, he will examine your entire home including the bed, furniture, rugs, and linens. He will conduct an inspection of target areas, and if required, use tools to check cracks and crevices.

If the inspection confirms an infestation, your Texas Bug Team will recommend a treatment plan based on the severity of the infestation and your preferences. He will use the best tools and science to address the causes and treat your bed bug problem in the best way for your family, pets, and the environment.


Multiple service visits may be required to eliminate bed bug infestations.

Texas Bug Team
469-319-BUGS (2847)