Have you seen any bed bugs around your home or office lately? Bed bugs are found in places all over the world. To exterminate bed bugs effectively and quickly, people sometimes need to call for professional help. At MedPro Pest Control of N.J., we offer a range of services for handling bed bug infestation, from the initial inspection and extermination, to long-term treatment plans designed to keep you (and your family) safe from further attacks. Bed bug extermination in NJ, NY and PA. If you have a bed bug problem, call us right away to come and take care of it so that it doesn’t get out of control. There are decent ways to get rid of bed bugs and there are bad ways. The exterminator that comes to your house every two weeks is not treating your problem. We will treat your home with integrated pest management techniques that will eliminate the source of the problem from returning.
Bed Bug Extermination In Nj
Get an inspection.
- Get an inspection. The first step in any bed bug extermination is to find out if you have a problem or not. Many people may think they have a bed bug problem and are actually dealing with something else. For example, itchiness may just be dry skin or eczema, while small black dots on your sheets could be mites or tiny specks of dirt. Only a professional pest control company can accurately diagnose whether you have bed bugs and how bad the infestation is.
If you suspect that you have bed bugs:
- Look for signs of infestation – blood spots/fecal stains on sheets, mattresses, box springs and other furniture; live adult insects crawling around at night; molted shells from hatched nymphs under baseboards; skins from molted exoskeletons discarded behind dressers/bed frames ; egg casings laid near the mattress seams- these are all things that indicate an active infestation!
Try a home remedy.
There are a number of home remedies you can try before resorting to the use of harsh chemicals. Essential oils, such as eucalyptus oil and peppermint oil, have been shown to repel bed bugs. Diatomaceous earth is an abrasive powder that is toxic to insects but not harmful to humans, so it’s great for getting rid of pests without using harsh chemicals. Rubbing alcohol can be used on surfaces where there are small amounts of bed bugs; 1 part rubbing alcohol mixed with 9 parts water is effective at killing these pests if sprayed directly onto them or their hiding places. By steaming your furniture and mattresses, you will kill any eggs or larvae that may be present in those areas (this should only be done by professional exterminators). Hot water can also be used against bedbugs: fill up your sink with hot water (hotter than 120 degrees Fahrenheit) and place an old towel into it—the towel will absorb excess moisture while cooling down so that you don’t burn yourself when removing it from the sink after steaming—then set your mattress on top of this makeshift rack and allow heat from steam coming off your mattress to penetrate deeply into its fibers where many bedbugs like to hide themselves away during cooler seasons!
To keep those pesky bugs at bay during winter months: freeze things!
Use heat treatment.
Heat treatment is an alternative to dry ice blasting. Heat treatment offers many advantages over dry ice blasting, including:
- A quicker solution
- More thorough results
- Safer for the environment and people in your home or business than dry ice blasting
Use key pesticides when necessary.
If you have a severe infestation and the methods above do not work, you may need to use pesticides. However, pesticide use should be a last resort; do everything possible to prevent using them by using the other methods above first.
Pesticides come in different varieties and with different strengths. It’s important that you follow all directions for proper usage of any pesticides that you buy or are given by professionals who specialize in bedbug extermination services. Some pesticides are stronger than others and require certain precautions when handling them. For example, some pesticides must be used with full protective gear like gloves and masks while others can be sprayed directly on surfaces without protection beyond wearing common clothing that covers skin completely (no short sleeve shirts or short pants). Some chemicals require ventilation systems after application so they don’t linger in the air too long which could potentially harm someone’s health if they breathe it in too long after application has occurred.
You should also consider whether or not there are pets or children who might come into contact with any bedbug treatment chemicals before deciding what kind of chemical control method will work best for your situation (if at all). For example: Dogs usually aren’t affected by many common insecticides used against pests like fleas because their fur does not absorb these substances easily but cats can get sick from ingesting such toxins so it’s probably best not to let kitty play around any treated areas until after everyone else has left those areas alone for several hours after spraying has occurred during treatments.”
Contact a professional exterminator.
You cannot do it on your own. You may think you are being thorough and careful, but unless you know what to look for and how to get rid of them, youâ€™re likely to just spread the infestation around. This is where a professional exterminator can help!
They have the right tools and chemicals. To properly exterminate bed bugs, it takes a lot of specialized equipment (like heaters) as well as powerful chemicals that will kill these pesky bugs but keep their eggs from hatching before they reach adulthood in another month or so. This requires years of experience in dealing with bed bug infestations every day since these insects are extremely difficult to eliminate completely by yourself no matter how much research or effort you put into it.. A professional will use only EPA approved pesticides that work quickly at killing both adult stages as well as any eggs laid by those adults during their last feeding before death; otherwise those eggs would hatch at least once into a new generation of dangerous pests within just 2-3 weeks after laying them!
Bed Bugs must be completely eliminated in order to feel safe in your own home again
Bed bugs are notoriously difficult to get rid of. Even after a thorough treatment, the best approach is often to do multiple treatments over time. This is because bed bugs can go dormant for long periods of time and then become active again when they sense food or warmth. If you have a large infestation, it may take several treatments before all the eggs hatch and your home is safe again.
But don’t let this discourage you! If you follow the steps below—and hire a professional exterminator if necessary—you can get rid of your pesky intruders once and for all.
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