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Bed Bugs

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For over 90 years we have protected properties across the UK from pests

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Getting Rid of Bed Bugs

Once a problem is discovered, most people just want to know how to eliminate them. Thankfully there are steps you can take, prior to professional treatment, to manage the level of infestation.

High levels of hygiene, deep cleaning and the use of DIY bed bug spray products will help to kill some bed bugs. However professional treatment is often needed to successfully treat an infestation as it can be hard to get rid of bed bugs on your own.  

DIY solutions are not usually powerful enough to eradicate the presence of bed bugs. They have built up resilience to many types of conventional pesticides, making even professional treatment difficult.

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Rentokil’s Professional Bed Bug Treatment

At Rentokil, we can offer a range of solutions to get rid of bed bugs and to help prevent re-infestations.


Our innovative range of treatment options treat bed bugs in your home or business. Rentokil’s award winning professional 'chemical free' Entotherm heat treatment aims to quickly and safely eliminate an infestation. A range of other solutions are also available.


Early detection is vital in a comprehensive bed bug control service. Once they’re established, they can spread quickly, requiring more timely and powerful control measures.

It’s wise to begin your search for bed bugs around your bed or sleeping area, looking for common signs of bed bugs, like small blood droplets on bedsheets.

How Do You Get Bed Bugs?

To get a bed bug infestation, you will need to have come into direct contact with them. It’s also worth noting that they don’t distinguish between clean and dirty homes!

Bed bugs are usually brought into a home carried on clothing, or in luggage or furniture. This is usually as a result of staying in infested accommodation.