Top 10 Bed Bug Infested Cities

August 16, 2019

With bedbugs a growing problem world-wide, no city is immune, but some are already worse off than others. According to Terminix Pest Control and based on the number of services rendered by the company in each city over the last year (between April 2018 and 2019), these are the most highly-infested bedbug cities.

  1. Philadelphia, PA
  2. New York, NY
  3. Dallas-Fort Worth, TX
  4. Indianapolis, IN
  5. Cincinnati, OH
  6. Los Angeles, CA
  7. Cleveland, OH
  8. Washington, D.C.
  9. Chicago, IL
  10. Boston, MA

For residents of these cities, the list is alarming and a good reminder that both a bedbug prevention and an eradication plan is necessary. Unluckily for us, Cincinnati is number 5. We cannot sit back and let bed bugs take over our homes and community.

Heat has proven to be the most efficient means of killing bed bugs, other insects and arachnids, and their eggs. Our customers love this technology because it is also a non-chemical method. Our techniques are completely safe to your home, furniture, and belongings when properly applied. In almost all cases you will not need to throw any of your furniture, carpeting, or clothing away after treating an infestation with heat.

When you need emergency bed bug service, TRS Extermination utilizes discreet, portable electric and propane heaters, and fans specifically designed for the efficient killing of all insect pests, especially bed bugs and their eggs. Heat is so much more than just a superb solution for bed bugs. Every living organism has a thermal death point. When treating for bed bugs, we denature allergens and may also kill bacteria, mildew, and viruses. We will kill all insect pests in the treatment area and disinfect and deodorize your home at the same time. Call us at 513-604-6332 to find out how TRS Extermination will keep you bed-bug free!


Don’t take our word for it

Read more reviews for TRS Extermination on GoogleOur experience with TRS was nothing short of impressive. After our older twin boys came home from school with bites near their wrists, and we did some investigating for similar bite marks online, we feared they might have brought beg bugs home with them into our house. TRS was able to come out, and did confirm the bites looked to be from bed bugs. However, after an extremely thorough inspection of our whole house, we were told no activity was detected. Rather than just ending with that, however, the amazing representative from TRS gave our family some helpful tips on what to do for the next couple weeks to limit the chances that our kids would bring anything home with them from school (assuming that is where the bites came from). We couldn’t be happier with the outcome of our inspection, and we feel confident knowing how thorough of a job TRS did inspecting our entire house!

Charles Mirus
5 Stars: ★ ★ ★ ★ ★
December 5, 2019


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