Bugs Gone Pest Control is now Focus Pest Solutions. New name, same service, same people.

Bed Bug Control Cambridge

Bed Bug Infestation?

We understand the frustration and discomfort that bed bugs can cause, and we are here to help you reclaim your home or business from these persistent pests. We are trained in the latest techniques and methods to provide you with comprehensive bed bug control solutions. Bugs Gone Pest Control is your trusted partner in effective bed bug removal.

What are Bed Bugs?

Bed bugs are small, parasitic insects that feed on the blood of humans and animals. They are typically found in bedding, mattresses, and furniture. Bed bugs are notoriously difficult to eliminate, as they can hide in tiny cracks and crevices. Signs of a bed bug infestation include itchy bites, small blood stains on sheets, and dark spots of excrement on mattresses.

Our Bed Bug Control Process

We conduct a detailed inspection of your premises to determine the extent of the infestation. We identify potential entry points and areas where bed bugs are likely to hide.

Treatment Plan:
Based on the inspection results, we develop a treatment plan that addresses the unique requirements of your situation. We will explain the plan to you and answer any questions you may have.

Prior to the treatment, we will guide you on necessary preparations, such as decluttering, vacuuming, and laundering infested items. These steps enhance the effectiveness of the treatment.

We employ a combination of methods, including both chemical and non-chemical treatments, to eliminate bed bugs at all life stages. Our treatments are designed to reach bed bugs in their hiding spots, ensuring maximum effectiveness.

Follow-up Inspections:
We understand the importance of ensuring long-term elimination. We will schedule follow-up inspections to ensure that the treatment has been successful and address any lingering concerns.

Our pest control products are low-toxic and intended for application in homes with children and pets.
All products used by Bugs Gone are approved by the EPA (Environmental Protection Authority of New Zealand) and used in accordance with all NZ Health & Safety requirements.