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Bed Bug Inspections

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If you think you might have a bed bug problem, it’s likely time for a professional bed bug inspection, detecting them early is crucial to preventing bed bug infestations from spreading. Trying to seek out bed bugs on your own can be fruitless, seeing as these pests tend to hide in hard-to-reach spots. A bed bug inspection is the first step in getting rid of an infestation in your home. This step helps determine the severity of the bed bug problem, where the pests are located, and what the best method to get rid of them is.

Bug Out is your local leader in thorough, reliable bed bug control. Our team knows exactly where bed bugs like to hide and we have the tools and techniques to help you eliminate them for good. We are committed to helping to protect our North Carolina customers from this tricky pest

Challenges in Bed Bug Detection

Detecting bed bugs can be challenging due to their small size and elusive nature. They can hide in cracks and crevices, making them difficult to spot with the naked eye. Additionally, bed bugs are nocturnal creatures, making them even harder to find during the day.

What to Expect During a Bed Bug Inspection

During a bed bug inspection, our trained technicians will thoroughly examine your property for any signs of bed bug activity. 

How to Prepare for a Bed Bug Inspection

Before the inspection begins, it’s essential to prepare your home or business by decluttering and removing any obstacles that may hinder the technician’s ability to inspect thoroughly. Your bed bug exterminator will very likely provide you with a list of actions you need to complete to prepare for bed bug inspection. Common prep items include:

  1. Removing linens from bedding and other fabrics from your bedrooms, and washing them in the hottest water possible.
  2. Removing all personal items that are on furniture or on the floor.
  3. Removing everything from closets and drawers, and possibly removing books from shelving.
  4. Cleaning or laundering all clothing in the hottest water possible and storing them in clean storage bags for up to two weeks after treatment.
  5. Moving items and furniture away from the walls to give access to baseboards.

During the Inspection

Our technicians will carefully inspect common bed bug hiding spots, such as mattresses, box springs, bed frames, upholstered furniture, and baseboards. They will also use specialized tools and techniques to identify any signs of bed bug activity, such as live bugs, shed skins, fecal stains, and eggs


After the inspection is complete, our technicians will provide you with a detailed report of their findings. If bed bugs are detected, they will discuss treatment options and provide recommendations for eliminating the infestation.

Commercial Bed Bug Inspections in North Carolina

Whether you run a hotel or a school, commercial bed bug inspections are important to ensure your building stays safe from bed bug problems. A single infestation can quickly ruin your reputation, brand, and cause a decrease in customers. For this reason, it’s important to team up with a professional bed bug exterminator such as Bug Out who knows what it takes to treat this pest on a large-scale. The key to preventing a bed bug infestation from ever happening is to get regular inspections and preventative services. Learn more about the most common signs of an infestation.

Ready For Your Bed Bug Inspection?

The team at Bug Out has been providing effective residential and commercial bed bug inspections for years, and can help protect your North Carolina property against infestations To learn more about how to prepare for bed bug inspections or to schedule one, give us a call today!


You can conduct a visual inspection for bed bugs by thoroughly examining common hiding spots such as mattress seams, box springs, bed frames, upholstered furniture, and cracks or crevices near sleeping areas. Look for signs such as live bugs, shed skins, fecal stains, and eggs. Additionally, using passive bed bug detection devices such as interceptors and traps can aid in monitoring for bed bug activity.

When conducted by trained professionals using a combination of visual inspections and detection devices, bed bug inspections can be highly accurate. However, it’s essential to rely on experienced technicians who are familiar with the signs of bed bug infestations and use proper techniques to ensure thoroughness – that’s where the highly skilled experts at Bug Out can help!

The frequency of bed bug inspections depends on various factors, including your location, travel history, and previous experiences with bed bugs. As a general guideline, it’s advisable to schedule regular inspections at least once every few months, especially if you live in an area with a high incidence of bed bugs or have recently traveled. Additionally, consider more frequent inspections if you’ve had bed bugs in the past or suspect an infestation. Early detection is key!

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