Bed bug bites draw blood and can cause rashes, allergic reactions
and other problems. Bed bug feces and molted skin can cause allergic
reactions and trigger asthma attacks.
Bed bug infestations are difficult to control. Their populations will
increase as long as there is food available. Their tiny size (usually
under ¼ of an inch) make them difficult to spot and remove.
They hide in beds, rugs, walls and even TV’s
If you suspect bed bugs, call a professional immediately. You cannot
effectively control bed bugs yourself.
Bed Bug Elimination
Eliminating bed bugs can be done safely and effectively by a trained professional with
the careful treatment of safe chemicals, steam-based heat treatments and physical removal
with HEPA vacuuming.
Effective control is a four step process:
Preparation: To fully eliminate bed bugs, your home will need to be
properly prepared before the technician arrives. We will give you a complete
checklist of steps need to properly prepare.
Identification: Your bed bug control technician will review your property to
find the nature and extent of the bed bug infestation. The most important element
is locating all of the bed bug nesting areas.
Elimination: Your bed bug control technician will use head and steam treatments,
vacuum using special bed bug HEPA vacuuming machines, and use control products
in targeted areas (in wall voids, cracks and crevices, and other hiding spots).
Prevention: After the bed bug infestation is eliminated, your technician will
provide you with a complete review of your property, making specific recommendations
to prevent re-infestation. They will also check to make sure that no secondary
egg-hatching has occurred, and take any steps necessary to make sure the problem
does not re-occur.