When people get a bedbug infestation problem, the first resort is usually to buy a bed bug sprays in your local home improvement store to solve the issue. However, such a move is fraught with difficulties, and even dangers – from running afoul with regulations and the law to contaminating the house and essential stuff. Therefore, it is prudent for you to trust a professional bed bug exterminator with the work, and here is why:
Professional bed bug exterminators use approved pesticides to flush, dust, spray and vacuum your residential or commercial area, in effect killing the bugs while maintaining the safety of your guests, pets, and family.
Green Steam Treatment
With most of Orlando’s extermination regulations designed to protect the environment, you can never go wrong with a green steam bed bug treatment from the professional exterminator. The method is 100% eco-friendly. The option mixes steam with proven, custom-blended, eco-friendly product mix designed to eliminate bed bugs without harming the environment. The option helps you eradicate the bed bug infestation issue without leaving ecological footprints.
Heat treatment uses specially designed equipment to raise the temperature in your home to about 50 degrees Celsius to banish bed bugs without having to use any chemicals. This method kills bed bus quickly and efficiently even in hideouts. The heat treatment option is often used to treat bedbug infestation in schools and hospitals where the use of chemicals is strictly forbidden. But even some residential clients prefer heat treatment as their best option seeing as it is very effective and less hazardous.
Your best bet in banishing the bed bug infestation from your palace is to hire the professional pest control company. Call the Exterminators: 647-496-2211, we come with an assortment of tools and methods that assure success – without incurring the risks of contaminating and harming the environment, pets, children, and family. Feel fee to check out our selection of bed bug control products such as mattress covers and bed bug monitors.