Bed Bugs

Effective Bed Bug Extermination in Hong Kong | Expert Solutions

Other Companies Will Tell You That Bed Bugs Treatments Are Not Easy. We will Not.


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Discover why you should contact us NOW for bed bug extermination in Hong Kong:

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    Guaranteed 100% success rate.

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    Up to 1-year warranty

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    unlimited visits.

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    Safe to you and your loved ones.

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    Unique Techonology; "Heat Treatment" (The first company in Hong Kong using this technology).

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    Exclusive use of Silica Gel

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    No need to throw your furniture.

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    No need to wash or pack all your clothes.

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    Most competitive prices in Hong Kong

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    24/7 top-notch support and monitoring

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    More than 10 years of experience killing bed bugs.

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    Over 10,000 successful cases.

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    World-class team of experts. Extensively recognized by mainstream media (e.g. SCMP and HKFP)

Benefits Of Using Our Service

Not necessary to throw your furniture.

No need to wash your clothes.

Not necessary to put your belongings in plastic bags

No need to do anything basically!

Let our professionals help to get rid of bed bugs.


How Our Bed Bug Extermination Process Works:

Contact Us Today for Expert Bed Bug Extermination in Hong Kong! Don’t let bed bugs disrupt your sleep and peace of mind. Rely on our dedicated team eliminate these pests from your property. Schedule an appointment and regain a bed bug-free environment!

Exclusive Bed Bug Extermination Treatments in Hong Kong

HEAT TREATMENT (exclusive technology)

Utilizing our heat treatment process, we raise the temperature of your entire home or office to a level comparable to a sauna, reaching a minimum temperature of 60°C in every corner simultaneously for three hours. This method effectively eradicates 99% of bed bugs, including their eggs, which cannot survive at a temperature of 48.9°C.

It is important to note that heat treatment differs from steam treatment, which some pest control companies may offer as an alternative. Steam treatment only targets limited areas of your home or office at a time, allowing some bed bugs to escape and leading to incomplete eradication. At NoBedBugs HK, we ensure the most effective method is used to eliminate bed bugs and prevent future infestations.

Our heat treatment technology is exceptionally effective in bed bug extermination, especially in the densely packed living environments found in Hong Kong. If you suspect a bed bug problem, contact us today for a tailored solution to protect your home or business from these pesky pests.

Heat Treatment Aftermath

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Before the Heat Treament

A thorough inspection is conducted to determine the extent of the infestation. In this particular case, bed bugs were found on the mattress.

Heat Treatment by Nobedbugs-HK

During the Heat Treatment

By using the Heat Treatment we reach a minimum temperature of 60°C in every corner. This method effectively eradicates 99% of bed bugs, including their eggs

Heat Treatment Aftermath


Aftermath: 99% of the bed bugs are eradicated during the Heat Treatment process. We provide follow-up visits to ensure the success of the treatment.


The Dust Application Treatment involves the use of our exclusive Silica Gel insecticide, which boasts a 100% proven kill rate and is the only product of its kind available in Asia.

During this treatment, our exterminators will apply the Silica Gel insecticide in areas where bed bugs are likely to hide, such as cracks and crevices. The insecticide works by dehydrating the bed bugs, causing them to die within a few days.

The duration of the treatment varies and typically takes an average of 3-4 weeks to achieve complete eradication, depending on the severity of the infestation.


Implementing our “CryoKill Treatment” involves targeting designated areas infested with bed bugs, such as bed frames and mattresses, by producing extremely low-temperature blasts.

This technology instantly kills the bed bugs while remaining safe, clean, and environmentally-friendly. After the application, the product evaporates within a few minutes, leaving no wet surfaces.

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What do bed bugs look like?


Scientifically known as Cimex hemiptera, bed bugs are a common household pest found in Hong Kong and many other parts of the world. Having a clear understanding of their appearance can greatly assist in promptly identifying and addressing infestations.

  1. Size and Shape: When fully grown, adults typically measure about 4 to 5 millimeters in length, featuring an oval-shaped body.

  2. Color: Bed bugs are generally reddish-brown in color, which tends to become darker and more reddish after they feed on blood.

  3. Body Segmentation: These insects have a distinct body structure consisting of three segments – the head, thorax, and abdomen.

  4. Wingless Insects: Despite being wingless, bed bugs possess reduced and non-functional wing pads on their thorax.

  5. Bed Bug Life Stages: Bed bugs undergo gradual metamorphosis, progressing through five nymphal stages before reaching adulthood. During these stages, the nymphs resemble smaller versions of adult bed bugs, but they are lighter in color and may lack the characteristic reddish hue.

Identifying Bed Bugs Infestations:

To identify a bed bug infestation, it is crucial to look out for the following signs:

  1. Live Bed Bugs: Spotting live bed bugs, particularly in and around sleeping areas, serves as a clear indication of an infestation. These pests often conceal themselves in mattress seams, headboards, bed frames, and nearby furniture.

  2. Fecal Stains: Bed bugs leave behind dark brown or black fecal stains on sheets, mattresses, or upholstery. These stains usually resemble small dots or smears and are a result of their digestion process.

  3. Bloodstains: Accidental crushing of bed bugs after they feed can leave small bloodstains on bedding or clothing.

  4. Cast Skins: As bed bugs grow and molt through their nymphal stages, they shed their exoskeletons or cast skins. These discarded skins are translucent and can accumulate in areas that are infested.

If you suspect a bed bug infestation in your home or business, it is advisable to seek professional bed bug extermination services to effectively eliminate these pests and restore a comfortable, pest-free environment. Contact The Experts Now!


They are most commonly found hiding in:

Boxspring 34.6 %
Couch/Chair 22.6 %
Mattress 22.4 %
Frame/Headboard 13.4 %
Walls/Ceilling/Others 7.19 %

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