Bed Bug infestation is a rising epidemic and is quickly becoming a major health problem. Bed bugs are blood-feeding human ectoparasites that impact public health in many ways and are considered one of the most difficult pests to control in buildings. They predominantly inhabitboxsprings, mattresses, pillow cases, bed frames, tufts, folds, and buttons on mattresses, backpacks, rugs, shoes, furniture such as desks and chairs, behind wall paper, clocks and pictures, cracks in wood floors, under the edge of carpet etc. and propagate in large numbers.Although bed bugs do not transmit infectious diseases, there are numerous health risks that are associated with their bites and infestation.Humans may experience several allergic reactionsto the bites of bed bugs. Along with health problems, they can also cause mental anxiety and give you sleepless nights which can exacerbate the situation.
Just like roaches, bed bugs lay eggs intermittently in clusters which are more difficult to kill than adults and nymphs. Bed bugs regenerate infestations when even one pregnant female survives the treatment.This is why it becomes highly essential to exterminate every single one of them from the core and that is exactly what we specialize in.
We do a thorough inspection of the premises to detect the affected areas and inject them with advanced bed bug killer chemicals. As decimation of the eggs is close to impossible, we conduct a second round of bed bug treatment to destroy the newly hatched bed bugs.Detection is the key to successful bed bug management; and our technicians are experts at finding an infestation and radically extirpating it.
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