Naturally, a bug’s favorite meal is blood. And bed bugs are prolific in North America. Even if they don’t bite you, their saliva can cause itching and irritation on your skin. If you are visiting an area with babies, it is necessary to remove them as well because bed bugs have this tendency of invading from one place to another when overcrowded.
Which chemicals actually work to eliminate bed bugs? There are many products with the words “bed bug spray” on them that claim to kill these pesky insects. Our goal here is not to try and throw shade on different brands that manufacture these products. What we want to make sure folks understand is that professional bed bug exterminators are just a better option because we’ll be able to prove to you that you have a bed bug problem or not. Once we’re done we can recheck to see what the current conditions of the room are.
What Method Works Best For Exterminating Bed Bugs
There are essentially two main methods that we offer. You can use heat treatment or bed bug spray to be able to alleviate your bed bug problems. Heat treatment could potentially be regarded as the most effective procedure. There is no way that bed bugs or their eggs can survive at very high temperatures. That doesn’t mean though that using different forms of bed bug spray can’t be a good option.
Why Bed Bug Spray Could Be A Good Idea
If you have a less severe bed bug issue spray can or chemical extermination can be a good option for a multitude of reasons. Usually, the prepping process and the process of actually getting everything done is much quicker. You’ll be able to get back to the rooms in your house within no time. Ideally, you’ll just wait a bit to allow the odors and the chemicals themselves to dissipate. For the most part, this type of procedure is also going to cost less than full heat treatment. That’s certainly another thing to consider. Especially if your bed bug problem is not overly severe.
How Effective Are Your Services?
How Long After The Service Can I Return Home?
We’re not necessarily going to have to board off all of your home to provide any of our services. That being said, we would totally understand why you wouldn’t want to sleep on a particular bed for the time being. That time frame is usually more up to you. Once we’re done within a couple of hours it’s more your call if you want to sleep on the bed or give it a couple of days.
TREATMENT FOR BED BUGS
Common treatment of Bed Bugs is to use insecticides, although these may not always be effective. Bed bugs can also be treated by heating the infested items in a dryer on high heat for at least 20 minutes or encasing them in airtight plastic bags and placing them into 120 degrees Fahrenheit ovens for three hours.The best course of action is prevention when possible. Bed bugs can be found in homes, hotels, or even hospitals and any environment that allows for the transportation of people from one location to another.Weekly inspections of hotel rooms is recommended by many experts when traveling or if a person has an infestation at home as it is easier to detect them before they reproduce than after. Inspecting for bed bugs should entail looking in all of the nooks and crannies, including headboards, mattresses, dressers, couches and carpets.When traveling, always carry your luggage with you to avoid left-behind items which may become infested. Bed bugs also cannot fly or jump so they can’t go from person to person.It may seem like bed bugs are everywhere, but they do not transmit disease and cannot harm humans unless provoked with an allergic reaction to the saliva of their bites which is rare. Bed bug infestations can be turned around by a professional exterminator such as RALEIGH’S BEST BED BUGS EXTERMINATOR in as little as one day!