Bed Bug Fumigation

With bed bugs reaching headlines in the news daily, the mass amount of information regarding these pests and how to bed bug fumigationeradicate them can be overwhelming. While fumigation is known to be 100% effective for eliminating these pests in a single treatment, there is still alot of confusion about what exactly bed bug fumigation is…

What is bed bug fumigation?

Fumigation is a method of pest control that completely fills an area with gaseous pesticides—or fumigants—to suffocate or poison the pests within. This method also penetrates the structure itself, affecting pests that inhabit the physical structure, such as bedbugs, carpet beetles, powder post beetles and drywood termites.

Where can bed bug fumigation be used?

Bed bug fumigation is utilized for control of pests in stand-alone buildings (full-structure fumigation) and can be used for multi unit buildings (commodity fumigation). It can also be utilized on cars and watercraft.


You can eliminate bed bugs using containment fumigation for bed bugs  (i.e. truck/trailer containment) for the contents of your apartment/townhouse or brownstone. If you have a free standing structure such as a stand-alone home or building that needs treatment, we can refer a trained fumigation specialist that has the knowledge and expertise to safely and successfully eliminate bed bugs with 100% guaranteed effectiveness.

Bed Bugs and Beyond’s network providers  offer the most advanced method of containment and structural fumigation, with over 22 years of hands on experience. In order to kill bed bugs with 100% success, you must kill all bed bug life stages, most importantly the egg, which Sulfuryl Fluoride (a.k.a. Vikane) attacks during the fumigation exposure process. Bed bugs can be widely dispersed throughout a structure, infesting tiny cracks and crevices as thin as a business card. There is a high risk of resurgence if all bed bugs and eggs are not killed within a single treatment.

Fumigation for Bed Bugs  is performed by using a sealed, tented or chamber fumigation method. This has proven to be the most effective way to kill bed bugs and other pests, in all stages of life. This includes those that cannot be found through visual inspection since the fumigant penetrates cracks and crevices to reach bed bugs where they live and hide (The gas finds and kills bed bugs so you don’t have to).

See how our detailed step by step process works:

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Check out the Video below to see common misconceptions between Bed Bug Fumigation and Bed Bug “Bombing”

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