Why choose Able Group?

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Rapid response
Our bed bug exterminators can reach your property 30-90 minutes after you call*, every day of the year with no call out charge.
Experience
Experienced
Our bed bug removal experts have almost 30 years’ experience removing bed bugs for both domestic and commercial business owners. 
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Free quote
Our expert advisors can answer your calls and provide you with a free quote at a fair and competitive rate from one of our local bed bug removal experts.
Accredited
Accredited
Our work comes accredited by the industry's relevant trade bodies, with our bed bug removal service being highly recommended by many of our satisfied customers.
£205
+ VAT
Subject to site survey
Years experience

30

Years experience

Jobs completed

13,009

Jobs completed

Engineers

15

Engineers

Average price

£422

Average price

Check out the price of our local pest control services within Canning Town

We have been offering quality bed bug removal services in the Canning Town area for over 30 years. In the past 12 months the average price of a bed bug removal job is £422.

In the last 12 months the price for a job in and around Canning Town has ranged from between £126 and £907.

* Data has been extracted from our local database for the past 12 months

Professional bed bug removal services

A bed bug infestation in your business or home can cause you to revert to panic stations. A hotel or care facility must react with haste to stop the spread of the infestation, as this can lead to a loss of customers, consumer trust and income.

Able Group offer both a domestic and commercial bed bug treatment service that can be arranged at a time that suits you, day or night. Although bed bugs do not transmit disease, it is important to know if you have them. Bed bug bites can be incredibly irritating and distressing. In some cases, even becoming sore and itchy. Bites can vary in appearance from person to person, some people have no reaction to bites, whilst others can develop a severe rash with minor itching. These can occur anywhere on the body but are most commonly found on the neck, hands, arms and legs. The bites often result in annoyance due to the itchiness and in some cases loss of sleep.

A bed bug infestation can make your premises unsafe, especially if you are handling food. Our bed bug exterminators are fully committed to solving your bed bug problem efficiently, and always adhere to strict health and safety regulations. We're available to get things sorted, with years of experience in all aspects of pest control and extermination, your business can be running smoothly again in no time.

Identifying a bed bug infestation
Looking out for bed bugs
A few indications suggest bed bugs may be present in your home, but first, you may be wondering what bed bugs look like? Spot the signs early and look for black dirt on flooring and walls. They are round-bodied, reddish-brown to black in colour, roughly about 5mm in length.
Check your mattress
A common sign of a bed bug infestation includes identifying dark marks on your mattress, often accompanied by a sweet, sickly scent. Adult bed bugs produce this odour with their scent glands when they feel disturbed. Small dark blood spots can also be seen, as well as the bed bugs themselves, which are visible to the human eye.
Eggs and exoskeletons
Bed bugs leave behind molted shells in which they have shed. They do this at each of the first five stages of their lives. If you have a bed bug infestation, it is likely that small, white eggs can also be seen where they have been inhabiting.
Bed Bug
Most common type of bed bug

Cimex Lectularius

The Cimex Lectularius feeds on human blood. Other species exist, but this one has adapted to human environments. Its preferred habitat is a heated home or property where they can infest beds and sofas.

The species is most active at night, often hiding away during the day, although it is not uncommon to find active bed bugs in the day time. For this reason, they are not exclusively classed as nocturnal.

Preparation for bed bug treatment
Preparing the area 
One of the most important things to do before a bed bug infestation is treated, is to remove any furnishings, bed covers and clothing, placing this in a sealed plastic bag and removing from the room.
Treating the area
Our pest controllers will assess the area and ensure that it is prepared for treatment. We will then effectively treat the area using certified pesticides, making sure your entire property is treated.
Evaluate and prevent
After approximately 8 hours, you will be able to enter your pest treated property. Our experts will ensure you are given the best advice to help you prevent an infestation from occurring in the future.
Other precautions
Bed bugs are mainly spread through travelling. A simple precaution to take when you return from holiday is to make sure that you open your case outside, to ensure there are no bed bugs in your suitcase or bed bugs on clothes. Other ways you can prevent an infestation includes minimising the number of hiding places for bed bugs in your home, or why not ask one of our experts to perform a routine check to treat the home and prevent a bed bug infestation professionally.
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Clients we have helped
We deliver planned and reactive bed bug treatment services that are second to none to a range of businesses nationwide.
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Bellway homes
Engie FM
Havens Hospice
Johnstones
Jollies Pest store
Toolstation
Trust Ford
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