Do-it-yourself bed bug remedy
There are plenty of off-the-shelves pesticide to kill the bed bug. Though this might kill any live presence, this hardly solve your bed bug issues. The target is to stop them from multiplying. Finding the bed bug eggs is key to solving your bed bug infestation. The bed bug eggs are well-concealed. This can be a challenging task for you. Hiring a pest control expert like us would still represent a smarter move.
Basic bed bug control tips
Getting a bed bug control program
Our bed bug control treatment has two different methods. One with chemical and the other without. Both are equally effective and will be able to eradicate the bed bug infestation. Depending on the infestation level, you might need three to four sessions to completely eradicate the bed bug infestation. Each session must be done within 7-10 days apart to break the egg cycle.
We always start off with thorough inspection. This is to understand where is their main harbouring areas are and to familiarise ourselves with your premise. A good inspection is key in exterminating the bed bugs.
Method 1: Misting Treatment
- Liquid insecticide
Spraying all the harbouring area to leave a residual effect.
This fumigation like treatment will ensure that all areas in your home are lightly coated with the residual once the chemical is dry up. This will enable the bed bug to be in contact with the chemical when there are looking for their next meal.
Method 2: Steaming
Another popular method is by steaming. The steamer carry heat to the affected areas and thus killing the eggs and any live presence. This process is eco friendly as there isn’t any chemical involved. However, it will take a longer time to thoroughly complete the bed bug treatment.