Bed Bug Control in Katy, Houston and Sugar Land, TX

Bed bug infestations are on the rise in the Greater Houston area. They are easily transferred by people or their possessions in homes, hotels, college dorms and apartments. They hide in cracks and crevices during the day and come out at night in search of a blood meal.



Like all of our other services, Frontier Exterminating's bed bug treatment is guaranteed. Rest assured that we will come back for inspections and treatments until elimination is complete.

Frontier Exterminating is a member of the Better Business Bureau, a certified Quality Pro company (the Mark Of Excellence), and a Bed Bug Free* approved company. Our Bed Bug technicians have been through an extensive "Bed Bug Bootcamp" training course in New Jersey. *BedbugFREE is the establishment of a network of pest management firms throughout the United States that share a similar philosophy and approach to bed bug management as BedBug Central. BedbugFREE was launched in January of 2009 and will be adding new companies in new geographic regions on a regular basis. Some examples of the core philosophies that are shared among these companies include the following:

Commitment to Educating Clients about bed bugs. This includes having a variety of fact sheets available as well as communicating the findings and observations of bed bug services that are rendered.

Treatment methods that address all life stages including eggs.

Methods that do not rely exclusively upon conventional pesticides.

Utilizes different strategies specifically geared for addressing bed bug eggs that are not easily dealt with through chemical means (i.e steam, cryonite, vacuums, heat, fumigation etc.)

Use of high quality mattress and box spring encasements as opposed to treating mattresses with pesticides.

Thorough follow up program that is not based upon a minimum number of visits but rather is based upon the current status of the bed bug activity.

Well defined methodology for determining when an infestation has been eliminated.

Provide recommendations to property managers regarding the importance of including surrounding units in the scope of work in muti-occupancy settings.