Welcome to Dayton Bed Bug Control

Serving the Dayton Ohio Area

Dayton Bed Bug Control is a locally-owned pest control company with a special focus on environmentally-friendly bed bug control. Our family is now in its second generation of providing high-quality pest management services to the people of Dayton and the surrounding area.

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News and Special Offers

Seeing ants in your home?  Call today for a free estimate by phone. No long term contracts required!

by Jarrod Kelley
Jan 12, 2018 10:37:34 am.

Google Plus link from heat treatment in Greenville 12/11/17





by Jarrod Kelley
Dec 11, 2017, 10:10 am.

Seeing ants in your home? In the winter? These cold blooded insects enjoy your warm home just like you. Call today for a free quote to get rid of these unwanted guests. 

by Jarrod Kelley
Dec 08, 2017, 10:05 am.

Fighting fleas on your own?  Call and ask how we can quickly rid your home of these little biters.

by Jarrod Kelley
Nov 05, 2017, 03:22 pm.

Here is a link to a picture from a recent bed bug heat treatment performed in Shelby County. Call us today if you are dealing with these annoying biters!



by Jarrod Kelley
Nov 02, 2017, 10:24 am.


by Jarrod Kelley
Nov 01, 2017, 09:42 am.

Call today to schedule a fall treatment.  Don't let bugs move in with the cold weather!  Most services available same or next day.  

by Jarrod Kelley
Oct 21, 2017, 03:41 pm.


by Jarrod Kelley
Sep 29, 2017, 10:11 am.

Call today about next day flea service!  Don't wait to rid your home of these summer time biters!

by Jarrod Kelley
Aug 17, 2017, 02:52 pm.

Bald faced hornets have arrived!  Call us to deal with these aggressive nuisance to your home. 

by Jarrod Kelley
Jul 06, 2017, 07:44 pm.

Many pest control problems can be efficiently treated with a one time service, so no length service agreements necessary.  Contact us today to see how we may be able to help!

by Jarrod Kelley
Jun 07, 2017, 10:52 am.

Many pest control problems can be efficiently treated with a one time service, so no length service agreements necessary.  Contact us today to see how we may be able to help!

by Jarrod Kelley
Jun 07, 2017, 10:52 am.

The dramatic rise of bed bugs that we've witnessed in the past decade convinced us that the people of our region needed a company that would take the time to become experts in all aspects of bed bug elimination.

Bed bugs are unlike any other pest problem, and effective bed bug extermination requires a detailed understanding of their life cycle, biology, and habits. When the "bed bug renaissance" took the pest control industry by surprise, even seasoned exterminators found that they had to "go back to school" and invest in new products and equipment in order to provide high-quality, reliable bed bug elimination.

At Dayton Bed Bug Control, we've made that investment, and now we're ready to serve you with the highest-quality, most effective bedbug-control services available, using environmentally-friendly technology that minimizes or eliminates the need for insecticides.

Heat Treatment for Bed Bugs

One of the most exciting services we offer is bed bug control using heat treatment. After years of testing, we've become convinced that for most folks, heat treatment is the preferred method of bed bug control, and we've invested in state-of-the-art, purpose-built, computer-controlled equipment to make sure that it's done right. You can read more about it here, but here's the abridged version of why we like using heat to control bed bugs.

Many fans, heaters, regulators, and other specialized equipment used for bed bug heat treatment control

Our family has always been committed to an environmentally-sound approach to pest control commonly known as IPM, or Integrated Pest Management. IPM is a scientific method of pest control that, among other things, seeks to minimize or eliminate the use of pesticides in favor of non-chemical control methods. It actually had its origins in agricultural pest control, but we were early adopters of IPM for structural pest control.

When the "Bed Bug Renaissance" began about a decade ago, it took us all by surprise. Most exterminators in the United States had never even seen a bed bug in real life. We all had to literally go back to school to learn how to kill them. And what we learned was that it took an awful lot of chemicals to effectively eliminate a bed bug infestation.

We didn't like that; and so we started looking for a better way.

The better way turned out to be heat. Using heat to kill bed bugs eliminates the need for insecticides in most cases, and minimizes it in the rest. It also makes it easier for customers to prepare for the bed bug treatment because only living things and very heat-sensitive items (candles and crayons, for example) need to be removed from the house.

You can learn more about the advantages of heat treatment for bed bugs here, or just contact us to arrange a no-obligation consultation.

Other Pest Control Services

Picture of a suburban house

In addition to effective bed bug control, we also continue to offer the comprehensive set of pest control services that our family has been providing to the people of Central Ohio for more than two decades, all delivered with the emphasis on honesty, integrity, and quality that have earned us the trust of an entire generation of loyal customers.

Our services include:

Bed Bug Control in Private Homes, Apartments, Condominiums, Hotels, and Motels

General Residential Pest Control

Pest Control for Businesses

Carpenter Ant Control

As a locally-owned, family business, we have no "home office" to answer to. That means that we're able to develop individualized plans to suit the needs of every customer. In addition, when you hire us to do your pest control, you know that the owner's only a phone call away. We live here. We like it here. And we're here to stay.

Please take your time exploring our site, or contact us for a prompt, professional consultation regarding any pest problems you might be experiencing.

Thanks for your interest in Dayton Pest and Bed Bug Control!

Hours of Operation

Our office hours are 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, and 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m on Saturday.