Addison's 3-in-1 Bed Bug Extermination

Addison Pest Control is the bed bug specialist. We have never failed to eliminate a bed bug infestation.

Addison Pest Control is the bed bug specialist. We have never failed to eliminate a bed bug infestation.

You want…

  • To quickly eliminate a bed bug infestation, stop the bed bug bites and sleep peacefully in your own bed...

  • An affordable, professional, honest and warrantied bed bug exterminator...

  • An environmentally conscious treatment that is safe for the whole family, including your pets.

Here’s what to expect:

  • Answers to all of your questions

  • A no-obligation quote over the phone in seconds

  • Flexible scheduling with 24/7 same-day service throughout the GTA.

  • No hidden service fees or follow up costs.

Addison has...

  • Decades of experience

  • A trusted track record

  • All-inclusive warranty

  • Comprehensive customer service

  • Rigorously trained technicians

  • Tried and tested extermination methods

  • The safest, most effective insecticides


Service Area

Downtown Toronto, Midtown, Chinatown, the Annex, Little Italy, Harbourfront, Cabbagetown, Summerhill, Forest Hill, Rosedale, the Junction, Parkdale, Bloordale,  Scarborough, North York, Brampton, Mississauga, Vaughan, Markham, Pickering, Hamilton, London and beyond!

Our process


Step 1: Bed Bug Heat Treatment


  • Physical


  • Handheld bed bug heat treatment gun.


  • Direct heat applied locally to beds, couches, chairs and any other area of bed bug concentration.


  • Heat Kills Bed Bug Eggs.

  • No damage to furniture.

  • Instantly kills all bugs and eggs treated.

  • Avoids pesticide resistance.


  • No residual protection.

  • Only kills the bugs and eggs that are visible and accessible to technicians.

  • Not sufficient without other complementary bed bug extermination techniques.


Step 2: Bed Bug Powder Treatment


  • Physical + Chemical


  • Power duster


  • A fine silica dust insecticide is injected into all crevices and wall cavities through electrical sockets and gaps underneath baseboards.

  • Electrical items, such as a power bars, stored close to or underneath the bed are also treated with powder.


  • Cuts up the bed bug abdomen.

  • Coats the insides of the wall cavities to create a protective powder barrier around your home.

  • No bed bugs can spread to or from attached houses, adjacent apartments or condo units.

  • Essential lasting protection.

  • Fully approved by the Ontario Ministry of the Environment, safe and non-toxic for humans and animals of all shapes and sizes.


  • Only suitable for crack and crevice treatment.


Step 3: Bed bug spray treatment


  • Chemical + Residual


  • Precision surface sprayer


  • A fine mist of residual spray is applied to the backs, sides and bottoms of box springs, mattresses, bed frames, couches, chairs, baseboards, door jambs and floors throughout the home.


  • Kills bed bugs on contact and remains active as a protective surface treatment to continue to kill bed bugs as they come out of hiding.

  • Keeps your home and furniture protected for up to 6 months.

  • Fully approved by Ontario Ministry of Environment, safe and non-toxic for humans and animals of all shapes and sizes.

  • Fully approved by the Ontario Ministry of the Environment, safe and non-toxic for humans and animals of all shapes and sizes.


  •  If used improperly, may promote pesticide resistance



Beware of Discount Pest Control

Low quality or low concentration surface sprays don’t work

  • Many budget companies use watered down insecticides with only 10 to 14 days of protection.

  • The tip off is when they offer to do a “follow-up spray” two weeks after the first treatment.

  • While this may seem extra thorough, bed bugs may remain hidden without feeding for up to four weeks and new eggs can hatch up to two weeks after that point.

  • By this time the cheap treatment will have long worn off and the new population will be free to re-infest your home.

  • These budget services can breed pesticide resistance in the bed bugs in your home, making future treatments increasingly challenging.

Beware of Bed bug Heat Treatments  

Unlicensed companies that use industrial heaters turn your home into an oven for several hours. This method is extremely dangerous and ineffective.

We have seen this method cause:

  • Infestations to spread throughout an entire building

  • Extensive damage to furniture

  • Repeated recurrence of an infestation no residual protection.


If you suspect you have a bed bug infestation clear and complete information is the first step to getting rid of them. Here are a few facts, myths, and tips that will help you to make a well informed decision about what to do next.


Identifying Bed Bugs at different stages in their life cycle.

Identifying Bed Bugs at different stages in their life cycle.

Bed Bugs are parasites:

  • They feed exclusively on mammalian blood.

  • Bed bugs will hide and lay eggs as close as possible to places where we  sleep or sit for more than 45 minutes per day.

  • They seek out hiding spots that are dark, sheltered, undisturbed and as close as possible to the sleeping surface

  • Bed bugs will only infest the closets, dressers or bookshelves, kitchens and bathrooms when an infestation has become severe.



Bed Bugs CAN be eliminated.

  • Don’t believe the horror stories about unbeatable infestations, skyrocketing pest control fees, throwing out precious furniture, eviction or endless bed bug recurrences.

  • Most of these stories are the result of irresponsible or ineffective pest control companies

  • DO NOT throw out your bed! This will NOT eliminate the infestation.

  • Efficient, safe and complete bed bug remediation requires a varied, thorough, professional treatment.

Check out our treatment process above for more details about our method.



Bed Bugs can infest anyone, but not everybody reacts to bites

  • Not everyone reacts to bed bug bites.

  • The bites are allergic reactions to chemicals in bed bug saliva that they inject as they draw a blood meal.

  • Up to 30% of people show no skin reaction to bed bug bites.

  • Any home can become infested with bed bugs

  • Cleanliness, new furniture, new buildings do not protect you from bed bugs

  • If you have less clutter and check your mattress often you will be more likely to spot an infestation in the early stages.



Bed Bugs are stealthy pests:

  • Can infest for months without being seen

  • Can hide deep inside a crevice in the bed frame or box spring, inside boxes and storage under the bed, or even inside a wall socket or power bar.

  • Emerge when we are asleep

  • Pick up on increased CO2 output, increased body heat, decreased body mobility and ambient darkness which tell them it is safe to come out of hiding and feed.



Bed Bugs don’t spread disease

  • Unlike mosquitoes and ticks, bed bugs DO NOT transmit communicable diseases.


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