Bed bugs

Bed bug control in NWA and Mountain Home

Trusted pest control professional for infestation removal & prevention in Northwest Arkansas & Mountain Home

Although it was thought that bed bugs were completely eradicated for a while, this is not the case. In fact, there’s been a resurgence of them in Arkansas and we’ve commonly seen them in homes, hotels, dormitories, and more. While there are countless myths about do-it-yourself treatment methods and products, those typically do not work.

Fortunately, the Quality Pro Certified team at Hopper Termite & Pest offers fast, effective, and lasting bed bug control in Springdale, Fayetteville, Mountain Home, and the surrounding areas. Combining our 55+ years of experience and continuous training, we will locate the infestation, treat your property using eco-friendly methods, and return to ensure that the problem hasn’t returned.

Protection from bed bugs starting at $84/quarter


Premier Pest Prevention Plan

Year-round protection from stink bugs, other insects, and rodents, starting at $84 per quarter*. After a thorough interior and exterior initial service, we will preventatively treat the exterior of your home every three months to keep pests out of your home. There is no additional charge if issues with included pests pop up in between treatments.

This program covers most crawling insects as well as mice and rats.

*Prices will vary depending on the size of the property.

There may also be a higher initial price when starting services.


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Bed bug service FAQ

My home is clean! Why do I still have bed bugs?

Unfortunately, sanitation has nothing to do with attracting bed bugs. This is because they are attracted to blood meals. So regardless of whether your Springdale or Fayetteville home is sparkling clean or a pigsty, it can still attract these pests.

What are common methods of bed bug transmission?

Bed bugs are commonly found in places with consistent occupant turnover. Therefore, locations such as hotels, motels, apartments, dormitories, and more are often at risk for infestation.

Because bed bugs hitchhike in search of food, they tend to be transported via:

  • Bedding
  • Luggage
  • Clothing, especially second-hand items
  • Used furniture
  • Moving boxes
What are common bed bug habits and hiding spots?

Because it’s easier to remain undetected at night, bed bugs are active during the later hours and hide during the day in spots that are close to where people sleep. Because of their flat, round bodies, they’re able to fit between headboards and bed frames.

Other common hiding places include:

  • Mattresses
  • Box springs
  • Linens
  • Upholstery
  • Behind wallpaper
  • Inside picture frames

How to detect bed bugs in NWA & Mountain Home

Bed bugs are barely visible to the naked eye due to their small size. However, there are a few indications you have an infestation. If you notice any rust-colored stains of blood on your bedsheets, mattresses, or walls, this could be a sign that bed bugs are present. Additionally, their dried excrement might cause staining or dark spots in areas where they congregate.

However, the most noticeable sign that you might have bed bugs in Springdale, Fayetteville, or Mountain Home is their bites. Because they tend to feed on any exposed skin while people are sleeping, you often do not know you’re being bitten until much later. Symptoms of a bed bug bite include an itchy red welt or localized swelling, but some people experience little or no reaction.

This being said, the only sure way to determine whether you’re dealing with a bed bug infestation is to have our pest control specialists perform a thorough inspection of your property.

Schedule prompt & dependable bed bug control today

Once our Springdale and Mountain Home bed bug control specialists determine the extent of the infestation, we will personalize a comprehensive elimination program. This will include recommendations for treatment applications.

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