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Bed bugs

Bed bug Cimex lectularius on human skin.

Signs of a Bed Bug problem

Common signs of a bed bug infestation

Getting rid of Bed bugs

Why is it important to get rid of bed bugs in your home?

fast and effective Bed bug control

Abal Environmental's Bed Bug Control Treatments


Bed bug problems can spread very quickly in London because of its densely packed population.

Bed bugs survive by consuming human blood, so bites can be a sign that you have an infestation.

It is important to control bed bug infestations quickly, as bed bugs can lay between 200 and 500 eggs within 2 months.

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  • Shed skins - Bed bugs usually shed their skins after feeding to allow room for growth.

  • Excretion marks - small, black specks on mattresses/furniture where bed bugs are present.

  • Bites - Bed bugs are most active at night and are likely to bite you in your sleep. Bite marks are most likely found on the face, neck, and arms.

Is it important to treat bed bugs?

Bed bug bites can lead to skin rashes and other infections from scratching. Leaving a bed bug infestation untreated means that they will continue to lay eggs and multiply, and the infestation will only worsen over time.

signs of b/bugs

Abal Environmental's

Bed Bug 


1. Inspection

One of our experienced technicians will complete a thorough inspection of key activity areas.

2. Preparation

Before treatment can start, there are a number of preparations that need to be done. These include stripping off the beds and emptying all wardrobes.

3. Treatment

An appropriate treatment for bed bugs will be carried out across multiple visits.

An insecticide will be sprayed on all furniture, walls, and floors.

4. Assessment

The infestation will be monitored and reassessed on each visit. 

Steaming can be used in conjunction with the insecticide spray for persistent cases.

b/bug treatment


We now offer a ULV Disinfectant Service that is effective against all bacteria and viruses, including the coronavirus

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