Residential Heat Treatment to Eliminate Bed Bugs

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Bed Bug Extermination

Axon is an industry leader in bed bug detection and elimination.

How to tell if you have bed bugs:

  • Redness or swelling in groups of 3 or 4 anywhere on the body
  • Small blood stains on your sheets, especially close to your pillows
  • Small black dots at the corner or outside edges of your bed
  • The smell of almonds in bedrooms and living areas


You can also be sure you have bedbugs:

  • If you have seen them
  • Bed bug detection dogs have confirmed their presence

If you suspect there are bed bugs in your home or business, call us.

Don’t give bed bugs a chance to breed. The sooner we treat the problem, the sooner you and your family will regain peace of mind.

  • Effective Pest Control

    With over 30 years of field experience, our professional exterminators will get rid of pests at prices you can live with. Plus our work is guaranteed.

  • Only the Bugs Go

    Other methods of ridding bed bugs mean disposing of furniture. With Axon’s thermal remediation, the only things to go are the bed bugs.

  • Environmentally Kind

    We care about the air you breathe and use only the safest methods to get rid of pests.

  • Safe Treatment

    Our treatments are safe for children and do not harm pets.


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Superior Service Recognition

Axon’s consistent service delivery, our expertise and solid reputation has earned us the status of Copesan Partner. An industry Achievement!

Copesan, specislist in pest solutions

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Heat treatment

One treatment gets rid of bed bugs

  • Scientifically proven
  • Only method to kill all life cycles stages
  • Re-occupy your space the same day
  • Environmentally friendly

Why heat

Thermal remediation

Heat vs. pesticides

Why Axon is the best at heat?

PACKTITE™ heat solution

Extermination Services

What you should know about bed bugs

Adult bed bugs are reddish brown and can grow  to more than 4 mm in length. They generally hide in the seams of upholstered furniture, mattresses, sheets, box springs and headboards and only come out at night to feed on human blood. Because you’ll almost never see bed bugs when you’re awake, an infestation can go undetected for weeks.


Bed bugs can be found in all environments, even the cleanest ones. They reach your property by hitch hiking on clothes, suitcases, makeup cases, second hand furniture and more. The longer you wait to treat an infestation, the more bed bugs will breed and multiply.



    Free Pest Identification

    1. Take a picture of the pest
    2. Attach the photo of the pest
    3. Describe the situation