There are a few things more unsettling than finding bedbugs in your home. When your living space is invaded and your safety is at risk, we prioritize your safety and will work tirelessly to restore your Peace of Mind.
These tiny creatures multiply at alarming rates and are extremely hard to get rid of, which is why we strongly discourage self-attempted removal. That’s why our primary weapon against bedbugs is a process that nature has provided. By spraying a spore that is deadly to bedbugs onto key areas that bedbugs travel and harborage we are able to provide a 100% kill.
Safe to humans and pets, odorless, and non-toxic a one-time application will kill bed bugs within 3-7 days of their coming into contact with it. Better yet is our method continues to provide you with residual protection is the spores can live up to 90 days killing bedbugs that might be introduced into your home again.
An additional method of treatment to kill bedbugs is the use of HEAT. In situations where it is appropriate, we raise the temperature of a room and its contents to a level that is deadly to bed bugs. This method can achieve bud bug elimination in less than 24 hours.
If you suspect a bedbug infestation in the works in your home or commercial property, then contact us today for a consultation.
Bed bugs have been a growing issue in recent years, and news of bed bug infestations are getting more and more common. According to the EPA, the rise in recent bed bug infestations may be attributed to an increase in travel, lack of knowledge about preventing infestations, and increased resistance bed bugs have developed to pesticides.
It may be difficult to know whether you have a bed bug infestation, as they are very small and good at hiding. If you are allergic to bed bugs, you may exhibit signs of an allergic reaction and develop sores or welts on your skin. If you are unaffected by bed bugs, you may no show symptoms at all.
Bed bugs are tiny, nocturnal creatures, and you may not ever see them unless you look. They range in size from ¼” to 3/8” long and are red or brown in color. They tend to stay close to their food source, and hide in the seams of mattresses, in the edges of carpeting, in bed frames, in window and door casings, and other cracks or crevices where they can hide.
They also leave behind trace of their existence, and you may see rusty or reddish stains, dark spots similar to a marker spot, or tiny eggs or eggshells.