Anchorage(907) 441-1234
Eagle River(907) 696-1230
The Mat–Su(907) 863-1234
Kenai(907) 283-4090

Serving Anchorage, Eagle River, Mat–Su Valley,
and the Entire Kenai Peninsula

We're Alaska's bed bug experts!

Open 7 Days a Week

Bed Bugs are HERE and they are becoming immune to PESTICIDES

Eagle Pest Control is the first and only company in Alaska to offer Thermal Remediation® — a safe and effective treatment to kill bed bugs.

We are also a National Entomology Scent Detection Canine Association (NESDCA) Accredited Bed Bug Detection Team.

Why should you choose heat for bed bug eradication, besides the fact it is guaranteed?

Compare Heat Treatments to Conventional Treatments:

Heat Treatments Conventional Treatments
1 treatment Minimum of 3 treatments recommended. It can take up to 4 or 5.
100% effective at eliminating all bed bugs and their eggs It takes MUCH longer to achieve complete control with conventional treatments
Kills all adults, all nymphs and eggs Does NOT kill eggs, only kills adults and nymphs when they contact it
Room is available to use normally the same day as treatment! Room is out of service or on ‘watch’ for a minimum of 2 weeks, up to 6 weeks.
Non-chemical, non-toxic Intensive application, LOTS of pesticides used in combination
Kills bugs inside mattresses, box springs or wherever they are hiding. You have to do the laundry; you have to take you drapes to the dry cleaners. Costly mattress encasements required, Extensive steaming required, bed bugs die over time (it may take days)

Property Management Companies:

We work with the tenants so you can spend your time on other matters!

Home owners BEWARE:

If you are being bitten by bed bugs and you move from your bedroom to your couch they will FOLLOW! Bed bugs like to live within 12 to 15 feet of the “meals” (US). But they can travel up to 100 feet inside a building to get a meal.

According to the National Pest Management Association, there has been a resurgence of bed bugs (Cimex Lectularius) in the United States over the last two years. The Environmental Protection Agency held a Bed Bug Summit in April of 2009 in response to both public and industry concerns about the increase in bed bug infestations. And reports about bed bugs have been aired in every major news outlet and in newspapers across the country. Bed bugs are back.

Bed bugs are small, wingless insects that feed on people (or animals in a pinch). Bed bugs get their name because they like to hide in bedding and mattresses, but bed bugs can live on the nightstand, your headboard, luggage, clothing, carpets and just about any place where humans are regularly present. They are nocturnal and very hardy. They have the ability to live for up to a year without a meal. They travel by hitch hiking on you or on your clothes, luggage and furniture until they find a new source of food.

Bed Bugs are Becoming Immune to Pesticides

Eagle Pest Control is the first and only company in Alaska to offer Thermal Remediation®, a SAFE and effective treatment that kills all bed bugs and their eggs with HEAT! WE GUARANTEE IT!!

Eagle Pest Control’s specialized equipment raises the air temperature to over 135 degrees, killing ALL bed bugs and their eggs wherever they are hiding! Our equipment is perfect for homes, hotels, university dormitories, and property management companies.

Get your rooms or apartments back in service in 24 hours. BE BED BUG FREE IN AS LITTLE AS 7 HOURS.

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