Unfortunately, this is a common question that more and more people are asking in your area. It is probably no secret that more and more homes are becoming infested with bed bugs. As a matter of fact, there’s been a resurgence of the bug throughout the entire United States. Since you are here, it is most likely something you are considering as well. Maybe, you just suspect your home is infested. Whatever the situation is, a bed bug problem is a major threat. While the bug doesn’t pose any physical dangers or won’t do any structural damage to the home, it doesn’t mean you want them roaming around at free will.
Believe it or not, the bug can be a major mental drain. There are some individuals that become so enamored with the bug they find themselves unable to sleep in the infected room. Unfortunately, this will only cause more problems because the bugs will follow you to other rooms. Therefore, it is imperative to always stay ahead of the situation. That’s exactly what our office is here to help you do.
We not only successfully eliminate bed bugs from properties, but we give the local residents the tools and knowledge they need to keep their homes bedbug-free for the future. This is just one of the many things that set us apart from the competition. This and the fact that we combine cutting-edge technology with tried and tested pest management methods. In fact, it’s something that is entirely necessary these days.
A lot of exterminators might not be willing to tell you, but bed bugs have grown more resilient to treatments that used to be effective at eliminating them. Therefore, our firm and techs are always willing to adapt. Wherever the situation takes us, we are willing to go. It oftentimes takes special techniques and tactics to entice these bugs out of their hiding spots. We are equipped with the very skills for the task. With all this in mind, there is only so much we can do from the office, behind our desks. We must get out to the property to properly evaluate it.
After doing so, our tech will provide you with the best options. Along with setting up lures in the home, our lead exterminators have a whole arsenal of tools that can be implemented to detect these pesky pests. Our cutting-edge carbon monoxide lures generate and mimic human body heat while you are sleeping. They lure the bugs in and trap them in a dish or glue paper. Whether you are interested in an in-home consultation or want to speak to a qualified pest management pro, give our office a call.