Wichita's Best Specialized Bed Bug Exterminator

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#1 Bed BUG Exterminator
in Wichita

$99 Down Bed Bug Treatment. No credit check. Call Now.

To Your Bed Bugs We Say, "Hasta La Vista Baby!"

Bed Bug Facts

Learn about bed bugs, how they develop and where they hide and how to help prevent them from appearing in the first place.

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We know being student on a budget is rough, we can work with you on your bed bug extermination. Call us.

Frequently Asked Questions

Get answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about bed bugs, including the “Three C’s” checklist for checking, containing and clearing bed bugs.

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Over 15 years of experience exterminating bed bug in the Wichita area with one of the highest first time success rates of any pest control company.

Meet The Family

Wichita's #1 Bed Bug Exterminator Team

Flint is a 15+ year master of pest elimination and extermination, all in the Wichita, KS area. He is a great family man with good moral values and believes in the value of doing unto others as you would have done unto you. He has a natural approach to exterminating pests that is both eco and kid friendly.
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“We never get tired of doing little things for others, sometimes those little things occupy the biggest part of their hearts.” Bedbuginator Family

“I believe that real fulfillment comes from helping others. I don’t mind dealing with the day to day pests that most people are afraid of, especially if it’s keeping people and families safe from harm.” – Flint Hills – Owner

Why Choose Bedbuginator?

Triston Mathers
Triston Mathers

Let me tell you these guys are on point!! The owner answered the phone and walked me through step by step their process and how they do business. Would highly recommend. Very trustworthy

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Bob McAllaster
Bob McAllaster

Have used them for several years, they have always done a good job for me. Also, very reasonably priced.

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Joel Hood
Joel Hood

Very pleased with the service! Dave did a great job and greatly appreciate him!

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Thanks Joel for using us for your pest control

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Chuck Miller
Chuck Miller

Very professional and courteous.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Where Do Bed Bugs Come From?

Bed bugs have increased in america over the last few years due to international travels, importation of goods, and the fact that pest control measures no longer include the use of chemicals from the past that were effective but were outlawed due to their harmful effects on the environment.

Where Do Bed Bugs Commonly Live?

They have also developed resistance to many chemicals readily available to the public. They are commonly called bedbugs due to the fact that they feed on human and animal blood, so making a home or next inside a bed, behind a light socket or electrical socket next to a bed, is an ideal place for bed bugs to live.

How Long Can Bed Bugs Live?

Bed bugs can live about a year usually and can live for months in a dormant state without even feeding.  A single bed bug may lay around 200 to 300 eggs during its life cycle, eggs hatch in about 12 days and like vampire babies, the new eggs will need their first victims soon. This is why they get their name, ‘bed bugs’, because making their nest close to the bed is ideal for snacking on humans and animals while they sleep.

How Do Bed Bugs Spread?

Bed bugs can spread in so many ways it’s hard to believe. Many people can get them from neighbors who have an infestation and set infested furniture out by the curb. The bed bugs can travel in the grass to nearby homes from the infested items.

They can spread by hitchhiking on people’s clothing as well as items like purses and such. Places like malls and libraries have had to be shut down due to bed bug outbreaks. One can get them by simply visiting a friend or a family member and sitting on a chair or couch that’s infested. Another way a lot of people are becoming exposed to them is by staying in a hotel room that has them even for one night.

What Do Bed Bugs Look Like?

Bed Bugs are tiny, about as small as the width of a piece of thread. They can fit in the seam of a mattress or in between two nailed boards, underneath a carpet, or in an air vent.