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Our technicians can eliminate a wide assortment of pests, including bedbugs. Bedbugs are ectoparasites meaning they’re going to consume blood. They primarily thrive by consuming human blood, but they can eat animal blood too. Bedbugs are small pests that rarely reach 3/16ths of an inch. They’re reddish-brown, oval, and flat.
You’ve likely wondered why bedbugs are interested in entering your home. Bedbugs invade for one reason and that is human blood. They’re eager to suck your blood so they’ll do anything to enter your home. Bedbugs can use several tricks to enter your home. For starters, they can be found in motels across the country. During a motel stay, the bugs may climb into your luggage and stay there. As a result, you could take these bugs home with you. Bedbugs can be hiding on used furniture and clothes too. If you are going to buy used items, you’re taking a risk. The bugs hiding on these items could travel home with you.
Be cautious when buying used items because you might take bedbugs home with you. Finally, these pests can travel from one residence to another.
How Dangerous Are Ordinary Bedbugs?
Bedbugs aren’t dangerous in the conventional sense. They bite, but they don’t transmit illnesses or inject venom. They can create some problems though. For instance, they could prevent you from sleeping at night. A lack of sleep could make you more vulnerable to sickness.
Ways To Fix An Infestation
Once you’ve found bedbugs in your home, begin working to find a solution. Work with us because we’ll take care of every step. We’ll start by thoroughly inspecting your dwelling. Once we’ve done that, we’ll put together a solution that works well for your unique situation. We offer several treatments, so we’ll find one that works great for you.
We offer manual bedbugs services. We recommend this to our clients when we need to remove bedbugs from one or two rooms in the home. You must complete a list of preparations before we can use our manual services in your home. Our manual services do not require chemicals to be successful.
We also provide highly efficient heat treatments. The method is one of the best because it can eliminate all bedbugs in the home in just one visit. When heat is used effectively, it can wipe out all bedbugs in the dwelling. It only requires one visit and one treatment. However, we’ll visit again to make sure the bugs are indeed gone. Our heat treatments do not need chemicals.
Finally, we also offer fumigation services. It is best for eliminating large infestations in bigger buildings. Although the preparation requirements are slim, the evacuation period is extensive. Residents must remain away from the home for 24 to 48 hours. Our fumigation services rely solely on Vikane or Sulfuryl Fluoride to kill the bedbugs.
While you can find certain DIY methods for bedbugs, many of them are not reliable. We think it is best to let a professional handle the problem for you. DIY methods are too risky and inefficient. Instead, you should depend on our highly reliable methods.
Our technicians go above and beyond to ensure that you’re going to be satisfied with our services. Our methods are designed to be as safe as possible. For instance, we only allow our qualified technicians to fix the problem using EPA-registered products. Furthermore, they’re trained extensively to ensure you’ll receive satisfactory results. Call today to learn more about our safe bedbug solutions.
We understand you’re worried about the costs. Ultimately, the cost of our service depends on the size of your home. Our technician will analyze the situation and find out how much it’ll cost. Once this happens, you’ll receive a bid price. The price always depends on the size of the dwelling.
Preventing Invasions Again
It is pertinent to do what you can to prevent these pests from invading your residence once again. Be cautious when staying at motels and purchasing used furniture. Take steps to protect yourself and prevent these pests from invading.
When Can You Begin?
Call our office so we can begin. We’ll call you back within a day or so.