Bed Bug Pest Control
The resurgence of bed bugs has been a source of significant concern for the pest management industry and for society in general.
Controlling this pest—let alone eradicating it—is extremely difficult because bed bugs have become resistant to insecticides. Customers’ cooperation is often required for successful control.
If you think you might have bed bugs, you need to contact a professional pest control technician right away. An initial onsite inspection is necessary to identify and confirm the presence of bed bugs and to assess the severity of the problem in order to develop a treatment plan.
How it works
- Step 1: Inspection – The first step to taking care of a bed bug problem is to have a licensed technician complete a site visit. During this visit, the technician will confirm that bed bugs are present. They will also inspect the property to locate the areas that have been infected with bed bugs.
- Step 2: Pre-treatment prep – You will be given a checklist of items that need to be completed prior to treatment (Link to pre-treatment checklist). All steps must be completed 24 hours before the initial treatment is scheduled.
- Step 3: Initial treatment – The service technician will complete a treatment of all affected areas, which may take several hours.
- Step 4: Follow-up treatments – Bed bugs require a minimum of three follow-up treatments. The technician will conduct an inspection during each follow-up treatment to determine if bed bug activity is decreasing; affected areas will be treated appropriately.