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Bed Bug Exterminator Markham

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Serving Markham, ON since 2010.

Bed Bug Control & Extermination Services in Markham

Pioneers in Bed Bug Extermination

Our company, led by an expert entomologist, has specialized in bed bug extermination in Markham since 2010. Markham, known for its dense population in the York region, is a continuously expanding city that draws more people and families each year. Alongside this growth, the city also faces the challenge of common Canadian city pests, which frequently infest both residential and commercial spaces in Markham.

13 Years
of Bed Bug Control
Speciality

Award-Winning Client Satisfaction

Pest Solution Services, renowned for its expertise in bed bug management, boasts a prominent reputation in the field and a track record of high customer satisfaction in Markham. Our dedication to positive client experiences has been acknowledged by HomeStars, which has presented us with the “Best Of” award for an impressive 9 years running.

100% Extermination Guarantee

Our bed bug treatment plans are customized to guarantee complete removal of your bed bugs. Our effectiveness is reflected in our steady 9.9/10 average rating on HomeStars, demonstrating our ability to not just eradicate bed bugs but also implement strategies to stop them from coming back.

9.9 / 10
Average Rating on
HomeStars

Get a Personal Consultation in Markham

Upon contacting us, you will be immediately connected with our lead entomologist, guaranteeing a high-quality consultation for your bed bug issues. This direct communication allows you to inquire about our industry-leading bed bug extermination services in Markham.

Bed Bug Inspection

  • Visual Inspection

    The first step in Bed Bug Control and Extermination is an in-depth visual inspection to detect bed bugs in your residence, carried out by our skilled entomologist and certified exterminator. This process involves diligently searching for indications of bed bugs, including fecal deposits, shed skins, eggs, nymphs, and adult bugs. Moreover, during the inspection, we also focus on educating residents about pest management and offer a customized bed bug treatment plan and solution if an infestation is found.

  • Forensic Inspection

    For bed bug control and extermination in Markham, we also employ forensic detection methods, utilizing advanced technologies and visual aids. Utilizing a blue-light torch equipped with an orange filter aids in uncovering and examining physical signs of infestations. Additionally, we deploy CO2 and heat traps, designed to activate bed bug movement by mimicking the presence of a resting body, effectively drawing them out from their hiding spots.

Bed Bug Extermination Markham

  • Complete Treatment

    The first step of Bed Bug Control & Bed Bug Extermination in Toronto is using bed bug visual inspection techniques to determine if you have bed bugs in your home (or even just a single bed bug), performed by our entomologist, bed bug expert & licensed exterminator. This involves searching for bed bug evidence such as fecal matter, exoskeletons, eggs, nymphs and adult bed bugs. A visual inspection also includes coaching the residents on how to deal with their pest and a bed bug treatment plan & offer, if you have an infestation. Our bed bug visual inspection is the first step of our bed bug extermination offered in Toronto, North York, Mississauga, and other cities.

  • Preventative Treatment

    Another inspection method used for Bed Bug Control & Bed Bug Extermination in Toronto is forensic detection using clever technologies and visual aids. The use of a blue-light torch with an orange filter, helps to discover and observe physical evidence of infestations. Another approach is the use of CO2 and heat trap to stimulate bed bug activity – taking them out of hiding by simulating a resting body with the CO2 and heat.

Bed Bug Services Follow-Up

  • Bed Bug Follow-Up

    Post-treatment follow-up in Toronto for Bed Bug Control and Extermination is crucial for ensuring the success of the treatment and maintaining a bed bug-free home. This stage also provides clients with the chance to clarify any remaining uncertainties or questions they might have. Additionally, it offers a supportive and educational environment, helping clients overcome the stress and trauma often associated with dealing with an infestation.

Bed Bug Extermination Near You

Pest Solution Services has bed bug control and treatments service coverage of a 100 kilometre radius around Toronto.


  • Richmond Hill
  • Vaughan
  • Milton
  • Niagara
  • Newmarket
  • Maple

Bed Bug Control FAQ

I found bedbugs in one room of my house, so does that mean my whole house is infested?

Not necessarily. Unless the problem has been left neglected for a long time, finding bed bugs in one room does not justify assuming the entire house is infested. An expert inspection can determine the level of infestation of each room and the entire house accurately.

What parts of the body do bedbugs usually bite?

They can bite and feed on any part of the body, but the most common bite areas are the hands, feet, arms, shoulders, and neck (because these limbs are uncovered during sleep). In the pictures above, you can find a picture where you see many bites on the arm compared to the side of the stomach (which only has a few).

Can I get rid of bedbugs by myself?

Do-it-yourself methods are almost always useless against bed bugs. It is best to practice professional control methods before the infestation becomes damaging and unhealthy. Professional bed bug exterminators provide quality bed bug removal, with the tools that no one else has access to. With a professional service, bed bug infestations are removed completely, whereas Do-It-Yourself methods result in prolonged infestations and uncertainty.

Do bedbugs fly or jump?

No, bed bugs do not fly, nor jump. Bed bugs crawl, and that is how they may reach from one room to another. They also get transported to another place via clothing and bags.

Are bedbugs visible with the naked eye?

Yes, all life stages of the bed bugs can be spotted with the naked eye. However, some life stages are more easier to see than others: the adult bed bug is the easiest to recognize.