Control Solutions 
Cover all types of pest and vermin control, 
01473 402654
Ipswich Suffolk
                         

Rats, Mice, Moles, Rabbits, Ants, Bedbugs, Wasps & Bees      

We at Control Solutions do not use just one type of spray treatment but two plus a dust and each one works in a different way so we gain  control in as little's time as possible. 

1. General insecticide for a quicker knock down.

2. Insect Growth Regulator (IGR) to stop young bb's taking a blood feed.

3. Powder ( DUST ) long term control with no insecticide.


Most people find bed bugs gross. Dealing with the pests can be a real nuisance, too. But ignoring an infestation could make efforts to eventually evict the bugs only harder. Much harder. Any delay also could put your physical or mental health at risk. So consider these reasons why it pays to heed signs of bed bugs.

1) Many people are allergic to the chemicals released when these insects bite. Victims can develop redness, swelling and other signs of inflammation around the bite marks. But that may not be all. Allergies can be serious. In a few people, bites may provoke life-threatening reactions. (Note that not everybody is allergic to bed bugs, though. So if you suspect you have bed bugs, even if you don’t have bites, you might need to check your home carefully for the insects.)

Bite marks visible several hours after baby bed bugs had fed on this hand.

2) Scientists have shown that bed bugs can carry many different types of germs in and on their bodies. The good news: There is no strong evidence yet that the bugs can pass on these germs to people. 

3) Even if bed bugs do not spread infections, they definitely can cause mental harm to some people. In 2012, researchers from the University of Montreal in Quebec, Canada, found that bed bug infestations can make people anxious and give them insomnia — trouble sleeping. This was true even in people who never had anxiety problems in the past.  

4) But perhaps the best reason not to ignore these pests: They won’t go away on their own. Bed bugs can live several months without a meal. During that time, they’ll just hunker down in some dark spot and wait for the next warm-blooded meal source to show up — perhaps you.