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Bed bugs are a pest that you need to take care of as soon as possible. It is not only difficult and time consuming, but it can be hard for people who don’t have the necessary skillset to find bedbugs in your home. We recommend hiring someone with experience at On The Fly Pest Control company if there ever seems like an infestation could arise because they will thoroughly examine your property from top-to-bottom before making any recommendations on how best handle this problem so that it doesn’t get out of hand!
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
It’s not our first choice, but bed bug fumigation is sometimes a good option in select situations. Fumigation uses materials that are gaseous and can penetrate everything within a space without harming it; this means all stages of the insect will be killed during exposure to these substances.
One of the most effective solutions for bed bugs is heat treatment. This process is environmentally friendly and has been accepted in the industry and can be found as a widely regarded solution due to its success rates. Portable electric or propane fired heating equipment heats up rooms gradually, then monitors with strategically placed temperature sensors that reach about 120 degrees Fahrenheit before being heated for an hour or so depending on how bad infestation levels are and what level clutter/furniture density there is inside those treated areas.
Heat treatment is an environmentally-friendly and surefire way to get rid of bed bugs for good! Heat treatments are used by professionals in the pest control sector, as it’s a proven low risk solution that doesn’t use pesticides. Heat can kill all stages of life within hours—in just one day rather than over several weeks like other methods do.
We are committed to not only resolving your bed bug problem, but also ensuring that we do so in a timely and productive manner. We employ an intensive follow-up process which includes at least two visits after the initial corrective service (with inspection and treatment as needed,) to ensure that you’re satisfied with our solution for any future problems.
Bed bugs will survive even after weeks of not eating any meal. They have a lot of time to wait for the next meal. Bed bugs sneak into your home through luggage, furniture and clothing. They are sneaky little creatures who start to show themselves by leaving small reddish or brown spots on linens and mattresses. If you have a bed bug infestation then in addition to the spotted evidence they leave behind, you may also get swollen red itchy welts lined up one after another like an army marching along the border of your skin that are often called “breakfast,” lunch” and dinner.” You might notice tiny holes in drywall or wallpaper from where these nocturnal pests live during daylight hours as well such as at nightstands near baseboards around carpeting underneath pictures hanging on walls not too far off ground level.
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.