OH NO!
YOU MAY HAVE BED BUGS?

SIGNS OF BED BUGS IN YOUR HOME

Don’t ignore these pests as they won’t go away on their own. Bed bugs are not only difficult to get rid of, but they are also hard to find. We recommend that you hire a professional pest control company at the earliest sign of bed bugs. Bed bugs spread fast – each mature female bed bug can lay as many as 500 eggs in their short lifetime. On The Fly will thoroughly examine your home or business to determine whether you have bed bugs. If the inspection confirms an infestation, will be able to review and recommend multiple solutions that are available to bring your bed bug problem under control. We take a sensitive and sympathetic approach and recognize how emotional and stressful a bed bug infestation may be.

DARK FECAL MATTER SPOTS

SKINS AND MOLTS

EGGS AND EGGSHELLS

LIVE BEDBUGS

BED BUG TREATMENT OPTIONS

Treatment will usually begin at the focal point of the infestation, which is generally the bed in an infested room. This will be followed by careful treatment of all items in the vicinity, including baseboards, floor/wall junctions, tack strips under carpets, behind electrical outlets and switches, cracks in walls and floors, items hanging on walls, and relevant structural voids

BED BUG FUMIGATION

While not our first choice, bed bug fumigation is also an option in a few select situations. Fumigation uses materials in a gaseous state, which can penetrate all items placed within a fumigation space and is able to kill all stages of bed bugs present during the exposure period

BED BUG HEAT TREATMENT

This environmentally-friendly process has now been adopted in the industry for bed bug control. Heat treatment is widely regarded as one of the most effective solutions for bed bugs. Portable heaters, either electric or propane-fired, are used to gradually heat the ambient air within rooms to above 120º F while monitoring with strategically placed temperature sensors and infrared thermometers. This high temperature is then held for 1 ½ to 3 hours or more depending on the level of infestation, and relative level of clutter in the treated rooms

  • Heat treatment is a low risk option for customers (and their pets), and the environment due to the minimal use of pesticides.

  • The service can be completed in just one day rather than over the course of a few weeks, and it’s effective against all life stages of a bed bug

FOLLOW UP SERVICE

On The Fly will ensure that there is a follow-up with every customer. Our current standard practice is for at least 2 follow-up visits after the initial corrective service, to include inspection and treatment as needed. We provide this service to ensure that we have effectively resolved your bed bug problem

BED BUG FACTS

  • Bed bugs can live several months without a meal, settling down in some dark spot and waiting for the next warm-blooded meal source to show up – perhaps you

  • Bed bugs find their way in via luggage, furniture, box springs, mattresses or clothing

  •  The first signs of infestation are often small reddish or brownish spots on linens and mattresses

  •  You may have swollen, red, itchy welts, often lined up in a row

  • Pinholes in drywall or wallpaper

  • Bed bugs prefer to live in cracks and crevices, nightstands, headboards, pictures, carpet and along baseboards

  • You can see adults easily when they’re not in hiding

Questions, comments, or concerns? Let us know!

RESPONSIVE TEAM

On The Fly’s level of responsiveness in serving our customers can be evaluated from three perspectives: speed of service, sensitivity to customer concerns and awareness of changes in the general needs of your change in enviroment.

  • Speed of service
  • Sensitivity to the environment
  • Aware of the customer concerns

For more information or to schedule a treatment today
call 760-360-7733.