Our Bedbug Services
We at Maine Pest Solutions are experts in bedbug elimination. We treat bedbugs with the most advanced liquid material treatment available. We are extremely thorough, ensuring all areas prone to bedbugs are treated.
We understand that you do not want to spend another night with bedbugs. We do not want to waste time and money returning to treat your property again. Our goal is to eliminate bedbugs on the first visit.
We typically resolve a bedbug infestation in as little as one treatment. We save you time and money. This is important when you do not want to be displaced from your home several times throughout the year, as many other pest control companies require.
Bedbug Service Plans
We also have a bedbug maintenance program for hotels and apartment buildings with a higher risk of a bedbug infestation. We take pride in our bedbug program. We have cleaned up many buildings other companies have failed to resolve time and time again.
Know the Facts About Bedbugs
If you think you have bedbugs, it’s better to contact a professional team to respond fast, effectively diagnose, and eliminate your problem. When responding to these calls, we find a high percentage of people wait months, spending lots of time and money trying to take these bedbugs on themselves. Usually, it’s because they’re either embarrassed about the issue or have heard it costs a small fortune to get rid of it.
This issue is nothing to be embarrassed about. We can all get bedbugs. It doesn’t matter how clean you or your home is. We have seen them all.
As far as the price goes, we’re a small business with bills ourselves. We know how it can be having a large, unexpected expense. We keep our prices at a reasonable rate, sometimes much lower than our competition.
We arrive and treat you and your property as members of our own family. We will work with you to resolve this issue. Contact us for a free estimate today.
What Do Bedbugs Look Like?
A bedbug nymph is nearly colorless. Adult bedbugs are brown to reddish-brown, oval-shaped, and flattened. They range from microscopic to larger in size.
Their flat shape enables them to hide in cracks and crevices readily. The body becomes more elongated, swollen, and dark after a blood meal. They can be difficult to see.
Common locations where bedbugs can be found are around beds, headboards, mattresses, crevices, picture frames, luggage, and other furniture. Be sure to check for signs that bedbugs have been around. Look for blood spots, fecal spots, eggs, and egg casings.