The use of professionally trained bed bug pets can help accurately find and identify the presence of bedbugs in your home. This will allow you to give targeted solutions to currently identified bed bug hot spots. This new environmentally-friendly method has been widely adopted by the pest control industry for effective bed bug extermination.
Bed Bug Treatment can be executed using a few straightforward approaches. One strategy is to treat the visible areas such as baseboards and furniture legs. It is advisable to treat small high-traffic locations to ensure that all possible hiding spaces are filled first. This should then be followed up with vacuuming up and washing any bedding and furniture thoroughly to remove any eggs and to prevent re-infestation. In addition, bed bug treatment products containing residual insecticides are often applied on exposed bedding and furniture to prevent further infestations, including bed bug treatment for carpets and the baseboards of furniture.
Other bed bug treatments include fumigation and heat treatment. Fumigation involves spraying a concentrated pesticide on cracks and crevices in a room and surrounding areas to encourage the insects to leave the area and not return. Heat treatment involves using an excess amount of heat to destroy any live eggs and pests within reach and also sprays a fine mist of pesticides onto cracks and crevices to encourage movement and retreat. Each of these strategies should be implemented carefully to avoid spraying too much or killing too many bugs.
While bed bug fumigation methods may sound relatively straightforward, it is advisable to enlist professional assistance to achieve a successful bed bug treatment. Pest Control companies know how best to implement fumigation to achieve the most effective extermination results. They also have the appropriate equipment and know-how to make sure you’re working with the safest pesticides available. Plus, pest control companies use high-quality bed bug fumigation equipment to guarantee complete safety.
Bed bug treatment can also be achieved with the use of dust treatments. Unfortunately, most people don’t know that dust and airborne particles can be just as harmful as actual pests themselves. Bed bugs take dust and dead skin cells with them as they travel throughout the night. While you may think that dusting off the bed and furniture would eliminate any problems, it is actually more detrimental because bedbugs will utilize these dust particles when searching for warm, sheltered places to hide. Bedbug dust is particularly insidious because its presence is often unnoticed until it becomes too late.
The last, and certainly the most extreme, form of bed bug treatment is poison. Poison is used to kill insects, but is rather hazardous to humans. Insecticides can be lethal, so unless you are an expert on insecticides or work in an area that is regularly infested by these blood-sucking bugs, you should never try to use poison. Instead, hire a reputable pest control company to treat your home’s visible bed bug problem. Pest control companies know how to spot the signs of an infestation and can use methods to get rid of pesky bugs that might be hiding around the house.