Bed Bug Treatment Tips

Bed Bug Treatment, or Eradication, as it is also known, is one of the most important steps in removing infestations of this pest. The most effective short answer to the question is that it depends. If it’s been three months since your last treatment and if it hasn’t been following up with live insects (new skin, new bikes, new fecal material or other casts) of new infestation, then unfortunately, it’s probably been treated and that means that the infestation still exists. It’s just waiting for the next opportunity to reenter your home and re-infest. Feel free to visit their website at Bed Bug Treatment Houston for more details.
Bed Bug Treatment can be carried out in two ways, either by humans or by chemicals. For human bed bug treatments, we generally use insecticides. These insecticides are designed to either eradicate adults and eggs, or to disrupt life cycles (so that adult insects won’t be able to reproduce). Insecticides are often sprayed on furniture (covers and mattresses are often covered in them), in ceilings, under carpet and in visible areas. In order to get the full effect of an insecticide treatment, a treatment should be performed over a period of time, typically several weeks, with lots of follow-up maintenance to ensure residual effect and to prevent future infestations.
Some people like to tackle bed bug treatments themselves. This can work fine, as long as the infested furniture is not seriously damaged. You can check out some useful resources at our website to help you safely eliminate furniture from potential bed bug infestations, including pictures of proven bed bug treatments, and other helpful info. Once you’re done eliminating furniture from your home, take the precautions necessary to avoid re-infestations by treating carpets and floors (with the appropriate pest control products) carefully and thoroughly.