Singapore Bed Bug Removal and Heat Treatment Service
Innovative, effective and affordable services.
Global Green provides bed bug control and management services throughout Singapore. We offer comprehensive consultations, inspections and treatments to commercial and domestic clients in the metropolitan area. Our professional service team uses eco-friendly methods to produce exceptional results.
Bed bugs are becoming a significant problem in homes, apartments and hotels in Singapore. They are small, wingless insects that often hide in bed frames, baseboards, wallpapers and carpets. Draw to narrow cracks and crevices, bed bugs are nocturnal creatures that feed on blood. Their bites are itchy, painful and can cause infections. A key sign of infestation is blood spotting on mattresses and furnishings. They also emit a distinctly sweet and unpleasant smell.
Bed Bug Heat Treatment
Thanks to our bed bug treatments, you do not have to discard your infested furniture. However, you should be careful when placing infested furniture or mattresses in common areas, as they might spread the infestation to other homes.
Our licensed technicians effectively clean and treat furniture to remove infestations in Singapore properties. Firstly, they conduct a thorough inspection to identify the harbourage areas in your home. We then use a steamer machine to conduct the heat control treatment. The high heat from the steam will kill any bugs and eggs. Our diligent staff are trained to look out for eggs that are laid within the house and will have it removed during the control treatment. Next, they will spray with NEA approved and registered pesticides to eliminate adult bugs. Lastly, we will apply a misting removal treatment, using an ULV machine. All this will enable and ensure that the entire room is treated thoroughly.
At Global Green, we provide a second removal service after our initial treatments. This is followed by a two-week warranty to ensure that our client’s property remains clean.
“Female Bed bug can lay 1 to 5 eggs a day and may lay up to 500 eggs in a lifetime. A Bed Bug can live up to almost 1 year.”