Bed Bug Treatment Options2018-08-24T11:17:01-07:00

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Bed Bug Treatment Focused on How You Live

Each bed bug infestation is unique. Our recommendation for bed bug treatment takes into account the number of people affected, the location(s) of the bed bug infestation, the possible source of the bed bugs, the age, health, and mobility of the occupants, the intensity of the bed bug problem, and your ability to participate in bed bug control, and your budget.

Each bed bug treatment recommendation is fine tuned to your particular situation. The general bed bug treatment options are below.

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  • Type of Treatment: Steam, Chemical, and Mechanical as necessary
  • Duration: Average of 2 on-site visits.  As many treatments as needed
  • Cost: Economical
  • Bed Bug Control: Reduction after initial service (1-12 days); Max control after 2nd/3rd service
  • Your Preparation: Few preparation requirements
  • Your Responsibility: Follow instructions to control and prevent re-infestation
  • Cons: Requires scheduling of minimum 2 visits and a high level of client/occupant cooperation
  • Type of Treatment: Vikane® (gas) Chemical
  • Duration: 2 nights/ 3 days
  • Cost: Most Expensive–Best Investment
  • Bed Bug Control: Immediate (immediate control of bed bugs, also kills Drywood termites)
  • Your Preparation: Bagging of all consumable items and cosmetics
  • Your Responsibility: Follow instructions to control and prevent re-infestation
  • Cons: Only for entire structures, not individual units

*Not all treatment options are available options are available in all locations.

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