Bed Bug Removal Services

Bed Bug Extermination From McCauley Services

There is more than one way to kill bed bugs. That said, not all treatments or solutions work. Tossing out an infested mattress will not take care of these biting insects. Visiting the DIY aisle at the hardware store is not a great way to get rid of bed bugs either. When it comes to bed bug extermination in Little Rock or elsewhere in Arkansas, call McCauley Services. Our pest control professionals have the tools and know-how to resolve bed bug infestations in homes and businesses.

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Solutions For Homes And Businesses

At McCauley Services, we tackle bed bug problems in both homes and commercial environments. Our bed bug services include:

  • A thorough bed bug inspection & pest identification

  • Targeted bed bug treatments

  • Installment of mattress encasements

At McCauley Services, we are committed to providing you with the most effective bed bug removal in Arkansas. You can rest assured that we will take care of your bed bug problem no matter how severe the infestation. Contact McCauley Services today for complete relief from bed bugs in your home or business.

Do You Have A Bed Bug Problem?

Bed bugs are non-discriminatory pests. Hotels, hospitals, single-family dwellings and multi-unit housing complexes are all susceptible to these pests. Movie theaters, office buildings and other commercial establishments also see bed bug activity. They show up anywhere you find people. Besides bed bug bites, signs of bed bugs include:

  • Red blood spots on bedding and mattresses

  • Tiny brown droppings and shed skins on or around bed frames, nightstands and other furniture

  • Bugs hiding out in the cracks or crevices of furniture, behind electrical outlets, between flooring and on personal belongings


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Do I Have Bed Bugs?

October 6, 2015

During the 1960's. 70's, and 80's bed bug infestations were almost unheard of. But governmental control of the pesticide DDT and an increase in world travel have given new life to this creepy pest. Since their resurgence in the late 1990s, this pest…

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