Antipest offers reliable bed bug extermination for your home and business that works alongside your exact needs. Each team member is trained to operate our equipment in a way that complies with all safety standards. We start with an on-site inspection to measure the scope of the problem and provide customer-oriented solutions. Then, we implement our plan of action which inevitably creates unparalleled results. If you call us, we will give you a quote and recommendations without pushing you to make an appointment.

How we do it?

We need to inspect the area where you believe you have bed bugs but will also examine your entire property because parasites are easily transferable from one place to another. Next, we will choose a method to remove the infestation. In most cases, we stick with a specialised heat treatment programme because it is efficient, safe, and environmentally-friendly.

Using the most reliable professional equipment, we will run continuous low-pressure streams of vapour to the structure. Aside from your bed and furniture, we will also treat your carpets, window frames, bed frames, clothing and everything in sight. Despite the use of high temperature, your belongings will be left intact, so don’t worry about your home’s safety.

Once bed bugs are out of the way, it is advisable to follow up with chemical treatments every few months to prevent further infestations.

There are other ways to handle this problem – some are more aggressive than others and are used only as a last resort. We will discuss which method is the most suitable for your bed bug issue when we have a look at your residence.


Q: How does my home become exposed to parasites?

A: There are various ways to transport bed bugs from outdoors to your place. The risk increases significantly when staying in college dormitories, hotels and boarding rooms; buying used mattresses and second-hand furniture; going to summer camps; being a guest or having guests over.

Q: What are the signs of a bed bug infestation?

A: You may notice dark spots on your bedding or the mattress itself. Eggs might also be visible but even if they aren’t, that does not mean they are not present. The biggest sign will be on your body – you will wake up with rashes, welts, and bite marks all over your skin.

Q: If I have a beg bug problem, should I attempt to fix it myself?

A: It is not recommended that you try to resolve the issue on your own. As good as your intentions are, it will only make matters worse, spreading the infestation further and rendering any additional treatments more expensive.

Q:Do I have to leave the premises during the treatment?

A: Depending on the size of the infestation and the method we have agreed upon, you may need to be out of the building for several hours. Our technicians will let you know how long it is going to take before you can go back home. Do make sure to pick a day that is convenient for you.