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Bed Bug Exterminators

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Why Choose Forest Group?

Fast Response

Our team are always available to help. We have a quick, nationwide response times meaning that we can get you back on your feet in no time.

Experienced Experts

With our vast experience in various trades, we are qualified to handle any job that comes your way.

Varied Solutions

Whether it's a small problem or something big, our team is here to help you out. We can offer solutions for all of your needs.

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Bed bug removal from

£205+ VAT Subject to site survey.

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Local Bed Bug Removal Services

A bed bug infestation can cause a lot of damage to your business or home. It’s important to react with haste to stop the spread of the infestation, as this can lead to a loss of customers, consumer trust and income.

Forest Group’s bed bug treatment service is professional and discreet. We understand that bed bugs can be a nuisance and cause distress, which is why we offer a range of services to suit your needs. Whether you need treatment during the day or at night, we are here to help. Our team of experts will work quickly and efficiently to rid your home or business of these pesky bugs.

During a bed bug infestation, it is important to take measures to ensure the safety of your employees and customers. Our bed bug exterminators are fully qualified and licensed to properly deal with the infestation, and always adhere to strict health and safety regulations. We’re available 24/7 to help get your business back up and running safely and smoothly.

Do You Have A Bed Bug Infestation?

Keep An Eye Out For Bed Bugs

There are a few indications that bed bugs may be present in your business or home. First, you need to know what a bed bug looks like. Initially, look out for black dirt on the floor and walls. The bed bugs themselves are round-bodied, reddish-brown to black, and approximately 5mm in length.

Check Mattresses

If you are noticing any of the signs, it is likely that you have a bed bug infestation. It is important to address the issue as soon as possible, as bed bugs can be difficult to get rid of once they have become established. Professional pest control services can help you eradicate these pests and restore your home to a safe and healthy condition.

Bed Bug Eggs And Exoskeletons

If you have a bed bug infestation, you will likely find small, white eggs where the bugs have been living. The eggs are about 1mm long and are difficult to see with the naked eye. Bed bugs go through five stages of development before becoming adults. At each stage, they leave behind a moulted shell.

The Most Common Bed Bug

Cimex Lectularius

The Cimex Lectularius, or bed bug, is known to feed on human blood. Although other species exist, this one has adapted to human environments and can be found infesting beds and sofas in heated homes or properties.

The species is most active at night and usually hides away during the day. Although it is not uncommon to find active bed bugs during the daytime as well.

The Bed Bug Treatment Process


Before beginning any treatment for bed bugs, it is important to remove any furniture, bedding and clothing from the room and place them in sealed plastic bags. This will help to prevent the spread of the infestation.


We will assess the treated areas and ensure that it is prepared for treatment. We will then use certified pesticides to treat the area, making sure your entire property is treated.

Evaluate and Prevent

The pest treatment process should be completed within 8 hours. You won’t be able to enter the property until then. Once you’re back in the property, our bed bug removal experts will offer advice to reduce the risk of bed bug infestation in the future.

Other Precautions

It is important to be aware of the risk of bed bugs, especially when travelling and staying away overnight. One way to help avoid bringing them home is to open your suitcase outside when returning from a trip, and check your clothes for any signs of the pests.

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