Bed bugs are troublesome household pests. They’re sneaky, hard to find, and can pose potential health risks for you and your family. Armed with bed bugs control services capabilities backed by science, over 10 years of experience, and state of the art tools and products, we are well-equipped to assess your bed bug problem and mount a strategic response to rid your home of the pest and provide maximum protection.
Other helpful things to know about bed bugs include:
- Bed bugs are very easily introduced, or re-introduced, to any area of your home. In order to prevent a bed bug infestation, you can vacuum frequently, invest in a mattress cover, and inspect second-hand items before bringing them into your home.
- Bed bugs do not like and cannot survive in extremely hot environments.
- Eggs can lay dormant in your home for up to seven weeks before hatching. Vacuuming them can actually cause them to hatch early and also pulls them from the environment. Always empty the filter after vacuuming if you suspect you have been infested.
- Sleeping in the same room that is infested is actually vital to treatment. When you discover an infestation in bedroom A, then start to sleep in bedroom B, you risk infesting bedroom B as well.
- Bed bugs bite. The bites are often itchy, red, and in a line, and usually disappear with time. Hydrocortisone creams and antihistamines may speed recovery, but any further medical attention should not be necessary.
Method of Treatment
The method of using steam to defecate bed bugs is a highly effective technique which, requires a bed bug steamer to be used to kill the parasite, upon contact. The tiny creatures are intolerant to any heat above 50C degrees, which causes them to die as soon as the steam is directed to them. The steam penetrates hard to reach areas such as cloth mattress covers and box springs, defecating bed bugs that live deep inside these materials.
Our chemicals are utilized for getting the most excellent effect. When applied correctly and efficiently, it gets to be one of the most successful methods of managing bed bugs. While, there are different brands of chemicals in the market, the chemical use for this task is a pyrethroid based E.P.A. recommended insecticide.