Bay Area Bed Bug

Bed Bug Treatment Solutions

Bed Bug Treatment Solutions by a Bed Bug Exterminator You Can Trust

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1-Day Fast!
Heat Treatment

Heat treatment kills adults, juveniles and the eggs during our 1-day treatment process. You don't have to sleep another night with bed bugs.
•Sleep Bed Bug Free in One Treatment
•Kills Adults, Nymphs & Eggs
•100% Family & Pet Safe
•Save Furniture & Mattress


Bio & Eco Friendly Treatment

Natural fungal spores applied in a proprietary formulation. Due to its excellent long-term activity, Aprehend® will provide three months of protection
•Affordable & Effective
•Kills Adults, Nymphs & Eggs
•Long Lasting Residual
•100% Family & Pet Safe


Conventional Treatment

Starts killing in 5 minutes & lasting for up to 30 days. Designed to kill all of the different life stages of bed bugs, from eggs to adults.
•Most Affordable
•Kills for 30 Days
•100% Family & Pet Safe
•Small Treatment Friendly


Do you have a bed bug problem?

Bay Area Bed Bug has the solution you have been looking for. We have treatment options for all budget ranges and infestation levels. Our flagship product is a 1-day treatment backed up buy a one year warranty. Bed Bugs have become a widespread epidemic, and we are here to provide the best solution to protect yourself, your loved ones, and your home. If you haven’t heard about the widespread epidemic of bed bugs, then we are here to tell you that the problem is very real! Outbreaks are being reported all over the 50 states, affecting 4 & 5-star hotels, residential housing, college dormitories, movie theaters, thrift stores, and even famous clothing stores that will not be named here. Bed bugs are flat, round, reddish-brown insects about 7 mm (1/4 inch) long. These pests feed voraciously on blood, biting you and your pets and leaving itchy welts. They can take over very quickly! Bed bugs are usually found within 4-8 feet of their food source and generally are more horizontally mobile than vertically so they will look for hiding places at same level as food source. Bed bugs are transported in furniture, luggage, boxes, suitcases and packed clothing.

Bay Area Bed Bug has unmarked trucks

If your neighbors find out you have bed bugs we didn’t tell them. Everyone at Bay Area Bed Bug understands that you may want to keep it secret that you may have bed bugs in your home. We understand and empathize with all of our clients and do not advertise bed bugs on our trucks or disclose anything to anyone. Privacy and security are more relevant today than at any other time in history. That is why everyone at Bay Area Bed Bug takes your security and privacy seriously. Have concerns or needs any special considerations? Call and we can discuss.

How Our Process Works

Easy As 1, 2, 3!

Step #1

Call (925) 481-5264

The moment you have an unexplained bite or believe you may have a bedbug, give us a call. Our bed bug quotes are absolutely free, and we have access to a bed bug sniffing dog if needed to find the presence of bed bugs.​

Step #1

Step #2

The Options

We’ll discuss the available treatment options, the benefits of each, the costs involved, and which one we recommend for your property. Once we come up with a solution, you decide if you want to proceed with the treatment.​

Step #2

Step #3 The End!


Once you approve, we’ll use the EPA approved bed bug treatment, whether it’s one day heat treatment or Aprehend® to eliminate all of the bed bugs on site.​

Step #3 The End!

Where Do Bed Bugs Hide?



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Bed Frame

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Chairs & Couches

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Outlets & Switches

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Window Frames

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Inside Walls

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Picture Frames

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Night Stand

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Bed bugs hide in close proximity to where they feed. Bed bugs feed where you spend time and time sleeping. Bed bugs hide in and around your bed. They also hide in other furniture where you, the host, spend time.

These are the places to look for bed bugs:

  • Matris
  • Bed frame
  • Chairs & Couches
  • Dressers
  •  Electrical outlets & switches
  • Window frames
  • Molding
  • Walls

Lifecycle of a Bed Bug

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