Bed Bug Removal Options in Colorado
August 25, 2016
Getting bed bugs is a nightmare. If you are currently dealing with these blood-eating pests, we're not telling you anything you don't already know. You've seen how disturbing they can be. But for those of you who have not yet dealt with bed bugs, you have a few things to look forward to, many sleepless nights, red rashy welts on your skin, insect parts and blood stains in your bed, the pungent smell, and a feeling that you are somehow unclean. Well, we're here to tell you, you're not unclean. Bed bugs don't infest dirty places. They live where they can get a blood meal. The only reason these pests seem to show up more in cluttered dirty homes is because it is easier for them to go undetected when there are more places to hide; but make no mistake, these resourceful and resilient pests can avoid detection in even the cleanest and most well-kept environments and drive even the tidiest person to the edge of insanity. So, let's put this bed bug thing to bed and look at some ways to get rid of them.
It is sometimes possible to take care of bed bugs with a low-cost solution. It consists of the following measures:
Detailed inspection to determine the location and severity of the infestation. This inspection will also address adjoining rooms to ensure that the bugs have not spread.
A targeted treatment of EPA approved chemicals will be applied to bed frames, mattresses, box springs, furniture, baseboards, and switch covers.
Mattress encasements will be put on mattresses to keep new bugs from infesting the mattresses and to prevent any bugs within from coming out to feed.
Depending on the size of the infestation, a series of follow-up visits may be scheduled to ensure complete eradication of all bed bugs. These visits will be scheduled within 14 days of the original treatments and will be conducted by the original service technician.
Bed Bug Heat Treatment
If your infestation is widespread, or you want the convenience of having all those infesting bugs destroyed in one day, a heat treatment is the best option. While this treatment option costs more, it is worth every penny. Heat radiates through beds, furniture, and even walls to kill bed bugs where they hide.
If you live in Colorado, trust EnviroPest to get rid of bed bugs safely and completely. Our QualityPro certified staff has the education and experience to make sure your nightmare goes away--and a treatment option that will fit your budget.