Best Pest Control Service for Bed Bugs in Perth

Bed Bug Treatment Services

Don’t let your home get overrun with a nasty bed bug infestation. Get expert bed bug treatment and save your family from bites, infections and reactions.

Google Rating

4.9 ★★★★★

Bed Bug Treatment

Ongoing Pest Protection

Protect your premises with effective bed bug treatment, ensuring no your family is safe from bed bug infestation.

Pest Free

Expert bed bug treatment includes complete bed bug extermination from your home, letting you rest easy at night.

Bed Bug Specialists

We pride ourselves on specialist bed bug treatment, having over having over 15 years of experience in the business.

Bed Bugs

Bed Bug Control

Professional, Affordable & Eco-Friendly Bed Bug Pest Control

People choose Pesti Pest Control Perth because our bed bug treatment is extensive. Dealing with a bed bug infestation requires experience and attention to detail. Locating the bed bugs favourite spots using blood stains, excrement and eggs, allowing us to eradicate and prevent future infestations.

Bed Bug Treatment Specialists

Perth's Bed Bug Pest Control Specialists

Regain control of your sleep and livelihood, we specialise in bed bug treatment and extermination. With over 15 years of experience in the business and a team of highly trained and experienced technicians. Contact Perth’s leading pest control specialists and schedule a booking!

Bed Bug Treatments

Contact Us

Fill in the form to send us a message today.
Or call us on 0412 485 957
Please enable JavaScript in your browser to complete this form.

See What Our Customers Have To Say

Frequently Asked Questions

Bed bugs are oval-shaped, small parasitic insects, that are reddish-brown in colour. They are commonly found in human dwellings, including hotels, homes, and apartments. Bed bugs feed on human blood and are most active at night when their hosts are asleep. Adult bed bugs are about the size of an apple seed, and their eggs are about the size of a pinhead. Although bed bug bites can not transmit disease, they can cause numerous health issues, including allergic reactions, skin rashes and generally have a negative affect on quality of life and property value.

Bedbugs go through a gradual metamorphosis in three main stages: eggs, nymphs, and adults. After mating, female bedbugs lay tiny, white, oval-shaped eggs in crevices or cracks near their feeding source. Eggs hatch in 6-10 days, and nymphs moult five times before becoming adults, which can live for up to a year.

The number of bed bug treatments needed will depend on the severity of the infestation, as well as the specific treatment methods used. In most cases, a single treatment may not be enough to completely eliminate a bed bug infestation, as some insects and bed bug eggs may survive initial treatment.

A typical bed bug treatment plan may involve multiple treatments spaced out over several weeks to ensure complete eradication of the infestation. The exact number of treatments needed will depend on the severity of the infestation, the extent of the treatment required, and the effectiveness of the initial treatment.

It is important to work with a professional pest control service to develop a comprehensive treatment plan for your specific situation. A pest control professional can assess the severity of the infestation and develop a treatment plan that is tailored to your needs, which may include multiple treatments as well as follow-up inspections and monitoring to ensure that the infestation has been completely eradicated.

Yes, bed bugs can be seen with the naked eye, although they are quite small and can be difficult to spot. Adult bed bugs are about the size and shape of an apple seed, with flat, oval-shaped bodies that are reddish-brown in colour. Young bed bugs, also called nymphs, are smaller and lighter in colour.

Bed bugs are typically most active at night and may hide during the day, making them difficult to spot. They often hide in crevices, such as the seams of mattresses, in box springs, or behind headboards, and can also be found in other furniture, baseboards, electrical outlets, and other hiding spots.

While bed bugs may be difficult to be spot, they will often leave behind small blood stains on bedding, dark fecal spots on surfaces, or shed skins that can be seen with the naked eye.

Bed bugs are usually introduced to a home via infested second hand furniture, luggage left in an infested room, or clothing that may be carrying the nuisance pest. These wingless insects have evolved to latch on to surfaces such as fabric, upholstery,


Professional, Friendly, Reliable…
Protect your Family Today.