Cooper provides the most effective Bed bug treatment program in NJ and PA
At Cooper; we provide bed bug elimination services to NJ and PA residents and commercial market segments.
Cooper Pest Control is the recognized national leader on the subject of bed bugs and for the treatment of bed bugs. Cooper regularly holds weekly bed bug classes and boot camps for other pest management companies, while also developing cutting-edge products for the treatment and prevention of bed bugs. If you suspect a bed bug problem in your home, please do not hesitate to call Cooper or fill out our form. Please note that we charge $125 for a bed bug inspection.
Why should I be concerned with Bed Bugs?
Bed Bugs, unlike other insects that feed on blood, have never been proven to transmit disease to humans. However, bed bugs bites can cause itchy red welts in some people and are often confused with poison ivy or an allergic reaction of some kind. Many people also find the presence of bed bugs distressing and may have trouble sleeping. Some people even misuse pesticides and attempt other home remedies trying to rid their homes of bed bugs, which can be dangerous since they are also ineffective.
What do bed bugs look like?
Adults are small, brownish insects, just under a ¼” long and are relatively flat. They are nearly as wide as they are long, and oval in shape. Immature bed bugs (nymphs) resemble the adults but are much smaller and lighter in color. Newly hatched nymphs are translucent and are no bigger than a pinhead (1 mm).
How will I know if I have bed bugs?
The most reliable way to confirm you have bed bugs is to contact Cooper Pest Solutions to identify a sample collected from your home. However, there are key warning signs that you may have an infestation:
- Going to bed and waking with bites, welts or rashes. Bite marks may appear in a rows and clusters.
- Dark spotting or blood droplets on mattresses or bedding. These are waste products bed bugs excrete while digesting a blood-meal.
- Visible observation of eggs, molted insect skin, or the insect. The failure to locate an insect does not indicate they are not present. Adult bed bugs are difficult to locate, and immature bed bugs can be difficult to see due to their size.
If I think I have an infestation, what should I do?
Upon discovering an infestation, immediately contact Cooper Pest Control to evaluate your problem. You should AVOID discarding bedding and mattresses as this can spread the infestation throughout the house and new furniture can quickly become infested. Also, AVOID attempting to resolve the issue yourself as improper treatment could spread the problem throughout and increase costs to eliminate the problem.
How does Cooper eliminate bed bug infestations?
Bed Bugs are incredibly difficult to get rid of, and it is almost impossible to accomplish without the help of a professional. Since Bed Bugs are capable of going months at a time without eating, it can be hard to tell if you have truly eliminated the problem without confirmation from an expert. Leaving your home or sleeping somewhere other than your bed will not get rid of bed bugs and often will cause them to spread to new areas.
Cooper Pest Solutions is equipped to carry out every step of the bed bug elimination process from proactive measures, to treating with pesticides and steam. Cooper′s highly skilled representatives and technicians will inspect your home for signs of a bed bug infestation and determine the severity of the infestation. Treatment will be carried out according to the needs of your particular situation. Unlike other companies, Cooper′s treatments do not require prep on your part.
How soon can you get here?
At Cooper Pest Solutions, our goal is to provide fast, convenient service, with the peace of mind that you are in good hands. We understand that pest problems can be stressful and overwhelming, so we strive to have one of our representatives meet with you the same day or very next day.
Is the treatment environmentally friendly?
There are many eco-friendly options available for bed bug control. In addition, all products used by Cooper Pest Solutions are EPA registered for pest control use. Our highly trained pest control professionals will follow all appropriate label requirements to keep pets and humans safe
How can I prevent Bed Bugs in the future?
The two best ways to keep from introducing bed bugs into your home are avoiding the purchase of second-hand furniture and bedding and avoiding travel. Of course, it is not always possible to avoid traveling, but there are precautions you can take when you do that will reduce your risk of bringing bed bugs home, including things such as making sure that you put all of you clothing through the dryer before re-introducing it to your home after travel.