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Complete Bed Bug Elimination

Bed Bugs Control Sydney

Bed bugs will easily latch onto an unsuspecting person’s clothing, infesting your home upon arrival. One bedbug is enough to start a full-blown infestation. Call one of our Eco Pest Control Sydney professionals, and we will keep your bedbug problem under control.

How We Treat Bedbug Problems

After checking for the signs and confirming that you are dealing with a bedbug problem, we will use special vacuums to remove most of the bedbugs and eggs.

The remaining bed bugs will be sprayed with a chemical pesticide that kills them. Depending on the size of the infestation, we may apply the treatment 3-4 times.

Why Are Bedbugs Seen as Pests?

Bedbugs may feed off the blood, but they rarely transmit disease (although they do have the potential). Their bites can also be itchy and inconvenient, and they may also be a cause of allergic reactions. They also leave a mess of faces and shed skin in their wake.

What Are Bedbugs Like?

Bedbugs in Sydney – and all over Australia, for that matter – have an oval shape. Usually, they have a light brown colour with a flat frame, but they look red and enlarged after a meal. These pests are travellers, and they hide in the clothing of other people, infesting more and more homes. Once they feed, they will begin laying eggs.

Common Signs of a Bedbug Infestation

Bedbugs are quite small, so if you are looking for them with the naked eye, you might have a bit of a problem. However, despite their size, they are not the cleanest of pests. In fact, they will leave a great mess behind them, which will be a tell-tale sign that you are dealing with an infestation. If this is your case, then our professionals at Eco Pest Control Sydney can help you control the problem.

How Do You Know You Have a Bedbug Problem?

One hitchhiker bedbug can be gotten rid of immediately. However, when they begin to feed and lay eggs, you might find yourself with a bedbug infestation. Here are the main signs of it:

  • You see bedbug faeces on your linen, mattress, and walls
  • Rusty and overall dark spots all over your walls or furniture
  • A musty odour, especially around your bed
  • Shed skin from bed bugs
  • Bedbug eggs or shells from the hatched eggs
  • Small blood spots on your linen, from where the bedbugs fed

Treatment Tips and Advice for Bedbugs

Whether you are planning to get rid of an ongoing bedbug infestation or to prevent a future one, here are a few tips that you might want to try:

  • Cover Outlets

Bedbugs tend to hide in the power outlets during the extermination, so you might want to keep these covered. It can also help apartment dwellers, as it prevents the bedbugs from crawling from a different apartment.

  • Vacuum the Floors

Bedbugs don’t just stay on beds – they stay on rugs and other pieces of furniture too. Make sure to vacuum everything in order to prevent an infestation.

  • Check for Bedbugs when Travelling

Most bedbugs snatch a ride when you are travelling. Check the hotel bed for signs of bedbugs before you settle yourself in.

  • Remove the Clutter

Bedbugs like clutter, because it gives them plenty of opportunities to hide. To prevent a bedbug outbreak, you might want to cut down on the clutter.

  • Use a Mattress Cover

By using a mattress cover, bedbugs won’t be able to latch onto the mattress itself. Plus, since they have no folds alongside the zipper, it gives bed bugs no opportunity to hide there either.

  • Wash Clothes Immediately

When you go someplace and stay overnight, you might want to wash your clothes immediately. This will reduce your chances of spreading bedbugs in your home, even if you did catch a hitchhiker.

  • Check Used Furniture

Things such as a hand-me-down nightstand, couch or even DVD player may seem harmless. However, since they might be home to bedbugs, you should check them before bringing them inside.

  • Check Luggage

Bedbugs may not only attach themselves to you but also to your luggage. Check your bags for bedbugs before you bring them inside.

  • Repair Wall Cracks

Aside from hiding in your furniture or carpets, bedbugs can also hide in wall cracks or wallpaper. If there are any cracks in the wall, you might want to make sure to seal them.

  • Wash at High Temperatures

Temperatures past 45 degrees have shown to be lethal for bedbugs. Put your washer on high temperature when washing potentially-infested linen and clothing.

Bed Bugs Control Expert


  1. How Much Does It Cost to Treat Bedbugs in Sydney?

On average, bedbug treatment will cost around $500. The price can be lower or higher, depending on how big the bedbug infestation is.

  1. How Long Does Bedbug Treatment Take?

Small bedbug infestation may take no more than two treatment sessions, which means you will get over it in just one week. However, a bigger infestation might take up to 4 treatment sessions – which means it takes 3-6 weeks for the bedbugs to be gone.

  1. Do I Need to Stay Out of the House After Bedbug Treatment?

Depending on the treatment used, people with high sensibility might be affected. It is recommended to stay out of the treated room for 4-5 hours, leaving a window open to increase ventilation.

Why Choose Us

  • Fully Qualified
  • We arrive on time
  • 100 % Job Satisfaction Guaranteed
  • Affordable Pricing
  • Prevention Plans
  • 20 Yrs Experience
  • Trained Bed Bug Control Specialists
  • Eco Friendly Treatments
  • We’ll notify you of any delays

Our Services

  • Commercial and Residential Pest Treatment Packages
  • Specialized Treatment for Mattresses
  • Intensive Bed Bug Control Treatment
  • Modern Technology & Equipment


  • Hills District
  • Northern Suburbs
  • Southern Suburbs
  • Northern Beaches
  • Manly
  • North Shore
  • Sydney Central Business District CBD
  • Sydney Inner City
  • Western Suburbs
  • Inner West
  • Sutherland Shire

Bed Bugs Control Quote

Contact our dedicated staff today for complimentary guidance on bed bug elimination or to set up an appointment. Speak with us now at 02 8880 7966!