Bed Bugs Control
The best way to control bed bugs at home is through a comprehensive approach. Bed bugs can be hiding anywhere, behind picture frames, under your bed, or even in your closet; so merely spraying pesticides is not the solution. Bellow we have listed our approach to bed bugs control
When trying to control bed bugs at home:
• DO NOT spray bed bugs spray as a first step
• DO NOT assume bed bugs are only found in and around your bed
• Learn more information about Facts & Myths about bed bugs
Bed Bug Control
First you have to find the source of the infestation
Bed bugs are not only hiding in mattresses, they hide in fabric such as clothing or drapes, behind peeling paint, and in cracks in the floor. Using a bed bug inspection dog to pinpoint the source of a bed bug infestation is vital to a successful bed bug treatment. If a bed bug exterminator kills all known bed bugs in your home, but even one survives by hiding in your closet, you could be at risk for a full blown repeat infestation.
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Second - Preparation For Bed Bug Extermination
A good bed bug prep is just as important as a good bed bug extermination. Clearing clutter, emptying closets, and bagging laundry and personal items items helps to reduce the ability for bed bugs to hide and escape treatment. Keeping your personal items quarantined also makes it easier for a bed bug exterminator to apply any products, sprays, or other techniques for an efficient treatment of bed bugs. Learn more about how to prepare for bed bug extermination and make sure all of your bases are covered.
Third - Bed Bug Extermination
Bed bug extermination means eliminating every last trace of a bed bug infestation. There are a number of methods for bed bug treatment that a bed bug exterminator might use, including heat treatment, natural bed bug extermination, and using pesticides. Choosing which method of bed bug treatment is right for you will vary depending on your needs and the level of bed bug infestation, but getting a free consultation from a bed bug exterminator on our team is a great place to start!
Lastly - Follow up
It is extremely important to follow up after a bed bug extermination, and take preventative measures for bed bug control. Even though bed bug extermination kills bed bugs, the products and sprays do not always eliminate the bed bug eggs. Therefore, a follow up bed bug inspection and extermination is essential to a comprehensive treatment of bed bugs. We offer follow up exterminationas a part of our 3-Step Solution, because it is imperative to ensuring that the bed bugs are gone for good.