Bed Bug Control

 

Everyone's heard of bed bugs, and they know the creatures are bad news. But, if you're like most people, you don't really know what bed bugs are, what they do, and how to tell if you have a problem at your home or business. Since we deal with pests every day, and are bed bug experts, allow us to explain how to deal with them.

Bed Bugs are Hitch Hikers and that they can be picked up anywhere. People who travel have a greater chance of bringing them home.

What are Bed Bugs?

What Bed Bugs Do

Infestations

Typically, bed bugs like to hide where they can easily access their victims. That's often in a mattress or box springs, which is how they got the name. You can also find them in couches, luggage, clothing, or other items. What's difficult about these creatures is they don't have a nest like ants.
Contrary to popular belief, bed bugs are not attracted by messy or unclean conditions. In fact, you can get an infestation in an immaculate hotel or house. Look for the bugs, plus little dots of blood, eggshell casings, and bed bug excrement trails in your bedding, on walls, and elsewhere. Once you find an infestation, you can clean the affected areas, but that won't remedy the problem entirely. You need a bed bug exterminator to ensure complete removal and control.

Bed Bug Heat Treatment Advantages

We sometimes use a variety of methods to kill bed bugs and keep them away. One of the simplest, yet most effective involves heat. We heat the structure to 135 degrees, a critical temperature that will eliminate the infestation.
Thermal remediation, as it's sometimes called, will not only kill the bedbugs that are causing an annoyance, but will also kill bed bugs in every other stage of life, including the eggs. That means you don't deal with any more bed bug problems, and instead can just enjoy your property.
What's more, heat treatment only needs to be done once, making for a convenient solution.
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