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Bed Bugs
General Information
Treatment Options
Frequently Asked Questions
  • Bed Bugs

    Bed Bugs are small insects that feed on blood, usually at night. Bed bugs have made a resurgence in recent years mainly because of:

    Bed Bugs are about the size of an apple seed. When a bed bug bites you, it will usually leave a large itchy welt. Some people do not experience any of the usual symptoms of having bed bugs. An inspection by a trained and licensend exterminator is important for uncovering infestations when there are no symptoms.

  • Bed Bug Information

    Bed bugs leave reddish brown fecal matter on mattresses and sheets, which is usually a sure sign of infestation. Adult female bed bugs can lay up to 2 eggs per day, each egg being the size of a spec of dust.

    Bed bugs thrive in warm weather and in warm homes causing them to multiply and mature faster under such favorable conditions. However this doesn't mean that cold weather is bad for bed bugs. According to the University of Kentucky, when temperatures reach below 55 degrees farenheight, bed bugs can persist without feeding much longer in the cooler temperatures.

  • Treatment Options

    Eliminating bed bugs is not a one-size fits all procedure. Individual may require different treatment options depending on the severity of the infestation. What has worked for someone in the past is no guarantee of effectiveness with someone new. We approach each job with all of the knowledge, technology, and solutions that may be required to eliminate bed bugs. Below is a list of some of the services we offer to combat bed bug infestations.

    Bed Bug Treatment

    We come in and find out how the rodents are gaining access to your structure. Once rodent entry ways are found technicians will close all entry ways.

    Preventative Treatment

    Poor sanitation is the #1 cause for rodent infestation. We offer sanitation modification programs to help food and water sources that attract mice and rats. We will eliminate food, water, and harborage.

    Steam and Extraction

    All of our Intensive Rodent Eradication treatments are customized to the specific needs of our customer. Treatment may include a variety of solutions such as rodenticide injections and baits, glueboards, external stations, and other option designed to eradicate rodents and reduce their populations.

  • Frequently Asked Questions

    1. How do I get rid of a bed bug infestaion?
      1. Request an Inspection from your Exterminator to verify bed bug activity.
      2. Once verified, Complete a Pre-Ttreatment Bed Bug Preparation.
      3. Exterminator will treat 3 times, every seven days for 2 weeks.
      4. Keep all household items Bagged until the exterminator gives you the all clear after the Final Treatment.
      5. Call immediately if you notice more bed bugs.
    2. How can I tell if I have bed bugs?
      • Beg Bugs are very Small and Brown.
      • They leave little brown spots (fecal matter) on the corners and crevices of beds and bed frames
      • They bite and leave welts while you sleep.
    3. How did I get bed bugs?
      • Overnight stays in bed bug infested areas.
      • By using Used/second hand furniture.
      • Buying Reconditioned mattresses
      • Migration of bed bugs from one infested dwelling to another
      • By using public areas such as bus stations, movie theaters
    4. How long will it take to get rid of the bed bugs?
    5. It depends on the situation.

    6. How can I prevent a future bed bug infestation?
    7. There is no 100% guaranteed method to prevent bed bugs.

      • As stated earlier, bed bug awareness is the first step to avoiding infestations.
      • Avoid purchasing used items.
      • Avoid picking up items that have been discard curbside.
      • Perform routine inspections after traveling or having guest over.
      • Know the signs.

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