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How can you hire effective Bed Bug Control Service

Bed bugs can hide in a crevice so tiny that they can go undetected. Once in your home they can be difficult to remove. An effective Bed Bug control starts with a thorough inspection by our Bed Bug experts. Although, we always bosch-heat-gunhelp people if they wish to carry out preventive pest control activities themselves. But in this case, we suggest people not try to perform a bed bug control treatment on their own, because this attempt will most probably be unsuccessful . It  will probably unknowingly drive the bed bugs deeper into their hiding places and make it much more difficult for the professional bed bug controllers like us to control Bed Bug later on.

Effective Bed Bug Control Pesticide From Bayer

Bayer has recently launched Temprid SC which works great for controlling bed bugs. It is odorless and very effective. Temprid SC combines the fast-acting, broad-spectrum control of beta-cyfluthrin with the systemic residual control of imidacloprid to provide premium performance and efficacy.

Use of Bosch Heat Gun 

As a basic step, we use highly effective and safe chemicals from Bayers. But, in addition to that, we also use highly effective Heat Gun from Bosch which blows air hot enough to kill the bugs and destroy their larvae. As preparation, we advise all to clean off the mattress and draperies of lint, dust and hair. Then we use the heat gun on both sides of the mattress, including the seams. We also use the heat gun on all upholstered furniture in your entire house, as bed bugs don’t just live in beds. We take special care on children’s mattresses, stuffed animals etc.

Damages by Bed Bug

  1. One Bed Bug can suck blood more than 6 times their body weight, in about 3-10 minutes.
  2. Adult Bed Bug can live upto 10 months.
  3. Adult Bed Bug can survive 80-140 days without food or water.
  4. Adult stage bed bugs in comparison to young ones can survive for longer periods without food.
  5. Bed Bug cannot walk on polished glass and other surfaces, and neither can they fly.
  6. Bed Bug bring with them mold that has a very pungent smell that is very obviously detected.
  7. Mattresses, pillows and quilts will have light spots of blood on them. This is an indication of Bed Bug.
  8. Black spots of their excreted blood are also visible while bed bug walks.
  9. Adults, nymphs and eggsof bed bugs are as big as grains of rice are visible.

Preventive Steps for Bed Bug Control

  1. Don’t throw away your mattress or furniture having problem of bed bug; this will not solve the problem.
  2. Moving rooms also doesn’t help. Bed bug will keep on your trail and wont stop following you. As long as you carry things with you. Once you get your house treated for bed bugs then you shouldn’t move for 2 months otherwise you will carry the bed bug problem along with you.
  3. Do not move decorative elements from one room to another. If you move your bedding or pillows to a different area then you are probably spreading the infestation. If your child cannot sleep without a stuffed toy then you should keep it within a warm drawer for 20 minutes.
  4. Do not try to perform a Bed Bug treatment on your own. This attempt will most probably be unsuccessful and will probably unknowingly drive the Bed Bug deeper into their hiding places and make it much more difficult . This should only be attempted by a trained professional.
  5. Try and reduce places where they can hide to a minimum and get rid of as much garbage and trash as you can. When a house has a lot of trash in it then it gives bed bugs easy hiding places; this makes finding them and treating the situation very difficult.
  6. Cleaning, washing, heat-drying and maintenance of your mattresses, pillows, beddings and carpets that touch the floor is necessary at regular intervals. Doing so will reduce the bed bug population in your home considerably. Bed bugs can hide their eggs in laundry baskets and tanks, therefore they should be inspected and cleaned before you begin doing your laundry.
  7. One effective way of Bed Bug control is that they can be killed with high temperatures, but it is important to be careful. Increasing the temperature of rooms will not solve any purpose; special tools and equipment are required to change the temperature to the required level. Things with Bed Bug infestations should be put in black plastic bags and kept in direct sunlight (at a temperature of around 110 degrees Fahrenheit) for about 3 hours for the most effective results.
  8. Do not let the Bed Bug spread, this is a gift that no one will appreciate and they are hitchhikers that do not leave. If you throw away objects with bed bugs in them without destroying said objects they will spread to other places and then there will be new victims to the unwelcome urges of the bed bugs.
  9. Try and lower the numbers of the bed bug army flanking your home to minimize the risk of bites. If you thoroughly vaccum clean the place then the bed bugs will not be fully eradicated but there will be some relief. For this reason, quilts, glasses, sofas and their mattresses, on all four corners and under the bed should be carefully vaccumed. Change the vacuum bag after each usage and place the used bag in plastic and seal them before throwing away.
  10. Rooms which have been attacked by Bed Bug need to be well cleaned and the trash needs to be demolished. Many things that people keep but do not use or would ever need to use, and tend to hoard such things for years. Objects that are left uncleaned for such a long time is perfect for festering and causing bed bugs to appear. Giving these old things away to charity is not wise and is borderline criminal behaviour.
  11. Bed Bug love trash because it allows them to roam around freely without fear.
  12. After Bed Bug control vacuuming all mattresses helps and bedding should be cleaned with hot water (120 degrees Fahrenheit) and dried in a warm dryer.
  13. Isopropyl Alcohol is a bottled spray that works on mattress seams, but there are chances of ruining wooden planks that have varnish or lacquer on them. Therefore, spray over a small area to check, alcohol has a knock down effect but there are no residual effects. Besides this, there is a dehydration effect and some effects also work on eggs after repeated treatments. If you are going for a journey or returning from one with a suitcase, you should spray it with alcohol and properly clean it and ventilate the room immediately. Remember that these are temporary solutions until a proper professional pest controller comes to help you with your pest problem.
  14. Try to use lightly washed mattresses and bed covers daily. Bed bugs are very agile and fast so instead of dusting or beating the mattress one should quickly wrap it into a plastic bag and wash it in laundry with warm water for Bed Bug control.

Our Unique Offer for Bed Bug Control

We will do a thorough inspection for the bed bug and then give you the recommendations. The seams, along beading, under buttons, and corner protectors if not previously removed. For metal framed beds if wooden slats are present; these contain many cracks for bed bug to hide in and lay their eggs. If the wooden slats are bolted to the bed frame, the bolts should be undone and the drilled holes inspected and treated. Bed bugs can also hide in coils of bed springs and inside hollow bed posts.

What all should be inspected for Bed Bugs

  1. The bed frame, bed head and bedside furniture should be checked in details for effective bed bug control.
  2. The drawers in tables and cupboards would be removed and examined for effective bed bug control.
  3. If bed heads are attached to the wall, they would be removed after consulting the customer.
  4. Other furniture in the room should be inspected, especially locations where luggage is placed, such as luggage racks. For these, close attention should be paid to the seams and buttons (if upholstered) and any wooden join (especially if constructed of chipboard).
  5. Other inspection sites include appliances such as telephones and audio visual equipment, books, power points and behind switch plates, underneath carpet edges and the straight edge that holds the carpet in place along with rugs, skirting boards, joins in floor boards and under floor boards, loose wall paper and paint, architraves, old nail and screw holes, ornaments, window casings and wall voids.
  6. Bed bug may be found higher on the wall in wall hangings, picture frames, wall mirrors, Venetian and vertical blinds, curtains and curtain rods, books, behind electrical conduit, cracks and joins in the ceiling, under ceiling mouldings and light fittings.
  7. Thorough treatment of the frame, slats and springs/ wooden panel of beds for effective bed bug control. To treat the mattress, apply a light mist to seams, tufts and folds but not to the entire mattress. Allow four hours to dry the spray. Ventilate the room while spraying and drying. Treat infested upholstered furniture in the same way as mattresses by lightly spraying only the edges and seems of cushions, furniture joints and the inside framework. Avoid treating sit on or arm rest areas. Do not treat the bedding (mattress and frames) of infants and infirm, but replace with non-infested items.
  8. Treatment of infested area with liquid chemicals. Treatment of baseboard crevices, closets, wood panelling and other places that harbour bed bug.
  9. If infestation is noticed in electrical connections like junction boxes, wiring casings etc. for effective bed bug control, we use small quantity of oil based chemical as a spot application. This can also be used by brushing at difficult to reach places like furniture joints.

Frequently Asked Questions on Bed Bug Control

When I discover that I have bed bug problem, what Do’s & Don’ts I should be following?

  • Don’t throw your mattress or furniture; this will not solve the problem.
  • Moving from one room to another will also not help as they will keep following you and wont stop as long as you carry things with you. Once you get your house treated for bed bugs then you shouldn’t move for 2 months otherwise you will carry the problem along with you.
  • Do not move decorative elements from one room to another, and if you move your bedding or pillows to a different area then you are probably spreading the infestation. If your child cannot sleep without a stuffed toy then you should keep it within a warm drawer for 20 minutes.
  • Do not try to perform a bed bug treatment on your own, because this attempt will most probably be unsuccessful and will probably unknowingly drive the bed bugs deeper into their hiding places and make it much more difficult for the pest controllers to solve these problems. This should only be attempted by a trained professional.
  • Do not try to freeze them at all, if you try to freeze them and then take them out into a normal room temperature, then they come straight back to life.
  • There is no merit in panicking. Bed bugs are difficult to eradicate but this is not a completely impossible goal. Do not through away objects that are infested with bed bugs because through treatment they can all be salvaged.
  • Try and reduce places where they can hide to a minimum and get rid of as much garbage and trash as you can. When a house has a lot of trash in it then it gives bed bugs easy hiding places; this makes finding them and treating the situation very difficult. If there are bed bugs in your mattresses, there are bug proof mattresses available in the market with the help of which it will prevent the bugs from coming out at night and showering you with bites.  Be careful that this product has been satisfactorily tested and certified and should work properly at least for a full year without any wear and tear.
  • Cleaning, washing, heat-drying and maintenance of your mattresses, pillows, beddings and carpets that touch the floor is necessary at regular intervals. Doing so will reduce the bed bug population in your home considerably. Bed bugs can hide their eggs in laundry baskets and tanks, therefore they should be inspected and cleaned before you begin doing your laundry.
  • Bed Bugs can be killed with high temperatures, but it is important to be careful. Increasing the temperature of rooms will not solve any purpose; special tools and equipment are required to change the temperature to the required level.  Things with bed bug infestations should be put in black plastic bags and kept in direct sunlight (at a temperature of around 110 degrees Fahrenheit) for about 3 hours for the most effective results.
  • Do not let the Bed Bugs spread, this is a gift that no one will appreciate and they are hitchhikers that do not leave. If you throw away objects with bed bugs in them without destroying said objects they will spread to other places and then there will be new victims to the unwelcome urges of the bed bugs.
  • Try and lower the numbers of the bed bug army flanking your home to minimize the risk of bites.  If you thoroughly vaccum clean the place then the bed bugs will not be fully eradicated but there will be some relief.  For this reason, quilts, glasses, sofas and their mattresses, on all four corners and under the bed should be carefully vaccumed. Change the vacuum bag after each usage and place the used bag in plastic and seal them before throwing away.
  • Rooms which have been attacked by bed bugs need to be well cleaned and the trash needs to be demolished. Many things that people keep but do not use or would ever need to use, and tend to hoard such things for years. Objects that are left uncleaned for such a long time is perfect for festering and causing bed bugs to appear. Giving these old things away to charity is not wise and is borderline criminal behaviour.
  • Bed Bugs love trash because it allows them to roam around freely without fear.
  • After vacuuming all mattresses and bedding, they should be cleaned with hot water and dried in a warm dryer.
  • Try to use lightly washed mattresses and bed covers daily. Bed bugs are very agile and fast so instead of dusting or beating the mattress one should quickly wrap it into a plastic bag and wash it in laundry with warm water to eliminate the bugs.

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