In the mid-20th century, widespread use of pesticides led to a sharp decline in the bed bug population, leading many to assume that they were a thing of the past. However, more recent regulations on pesticide use and contents have led to these critters making a comeback. Fortunately, our team at The Dead Pest Society is here to provide the effective bed bug control services you need, and in this article, we’ll be going over some key things you need to know about the process.
There are two basic forms of bed bug control treatment: pesticide treatment and whole-room heat treatment. Our experts at The Dead Pest Society will cover each of them below.
In pesticide bed bug control treatments, your exterminator will use a combination of insecticides to eliminate these nuisances from your home. The most effective insecticide combos consist of a fast-acting contact treatment to get rid of the bugs on surfaces or items that you use the most, such as your sofa, a residual treatment to get inside your furniture and target bed bugs hiding there, and a dust insecticide to go inside other cracks and crannies, such as around your baseboards or inside your outlets.
Whole Room Heat Treatment
Another method used for bed bud control is known as whole room heat treatment, which uses heat instead of chemicals to kill the insects. Bed bugs can’t survive at temperatures over 118 degrees Fahrenheit, so exterminators raise the temperature of the affected room to between 135 and 145 degrees in order to eliminate them.
We at The Dead Pest Society hope that this article has been helpful. If you suspect that you have a bed bug problem, just give us a call to arrange for a professional inspection.