Bed Bugs Follow up

bed bugs Solution

Although bed bugs are not the most threatening pests that can infest a home, their presence is nonetheless a constant source of disgust and irritation. Bed bugs cannot pass on diseases in the same manner as other biting insects such as mosquitoes, but that is little comfort to their victims, who are the ones waking up to the signs of their nighttime feeding. Such signs can include red spots, welts, and even localized swelling. In more serious cases, bed bug victims might even experience itchiness, burning sensations, and even inflammation of the surrounding area. Even though these symptoms are not dangerous to most individuals, learning that bed bugs have been feeding on their blood can prove to be both aggravating and humiliating.

Our latest solution to this particular pest problem is something that we call the Bed Bug Follow Up. Most efforts to eliminate bed bugs infesting a home fail because the chosen method is unable to kill all specimens found therein. Although there is an initial improvement, that brief spot of hope soon fades as the bed bug population recover from both breeding members and concealed eggs missed during the extermination. The Bed Bug Follow Up is a simple but nonetheless effective method that attempts to sidestep this problem rather than confront it head-on.

In short, we begin our efforts with an initial spray of pesticides intended to kill as many of the bed bugs infesting a home as possible. However, instead of relaxing and then congratulating ourselves for an incomplete extermination, we estimate the life cycle of the bed bugs and then schedule a second engagement sometime between 7 to 14 days later. On that second occasion, we spray the home a second time to kill whatever bed bugs survived the initial extermination plus those that have hatched from concealed eggs. In this manner, we ensure a more thorough extermination that is sure to remove the bed bug infestation in a home.

Of course, this thoroughness is not the only benefit to the Bed Bug Follow Up. Since we are planning on making multiple trips to ensure the bed bugs' removal, we can use less dangerous pesticides during the process. Stronger formulations are more effective at killing pests such as bed bugs, but that same effectiveness also makes them potential dangers to the people living in the homes. Babies, children, and pregnant women are but some of the people who might experience complications as a result of living in homes that have been sprayed using the harsher pesticides that other Dubai exterminators use. Not to mention that family pets such as cats and dogs are also at risk of suffering from said chemicals. In contrast, our Bed Bug Follow Up is not only effective at removing bed bug infestations, but also safe for the families who will be living in the homes after the exterminations.

bed bugs dubai

While Dubai is currently under heavy development towards becoming a world-renown resort and travel destination, it is has also developed an increasing bed bug problem, for which most pest control companies haven't yet found a solution. While traditionally these bed bugs were found in the busier neighborhoods that surround the area, the pests have made their way into the multi million dirham communities in Dubai's tourist district...

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bed bugs treatments

If you find that your home has been infested with bed bugs, there are a number of treatments that can control the problem. Alcohol spray can be used to kill bed bugs and their eggs on the spot. Steam is also another effective method. Using a steam machine to spray mattresses, bedding, cracks, carpets...

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bed bugs places

Beg bugs are sneaky little creatures. They can run extremely fast and generally go unnoticed until the infestation becomes severe. Infestations are normally first noticed when the bugs leave a dark brown trail of blood after being squashed. For more severe infestations, dark spots begin to appear along the sides of the bed...

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bed bugs bites

Bed bugs bite humans because they feed on human blood. Bed bugs are nocturnal. They frequently hide in your bedding and the seams of your mattress set during the day. At night, they leave these hiding places to feed on human blood. They may climb from their hiding spots in your bedding...

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bed bugs come back again

Bed bugs are pernicious pests that can return even if you've called in pest control to exterminate them. Sometimes, this is because some of the bugs or their eggs survived the extermination. Other times, it is because you've brought more home with you...

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bed bugs inspection

Bed bugs are a growing problem around the world today. They often enter your home through your luggage if you have been traveling and staying in hotels. Bed bugs spread from guest to guest in hotels, infesting the bedding and other areas of each room...

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bed bugs infestation

Bed bug infestations can be annoying and a terrible nuisance because they are hard to find and hard to kill. Bed bugs rarely have to do with lack of housekeeping. People often unknowingly bring bed bugs into their home by way of infested purses, backpacks, furniture, shoes and clothing...

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bed bugs home remedy

One of the main problems a pest control service encounters is bed bug infestations. Bed bugs are a nocturnal insect that feeds on blood. Bed bugs seek out warm-blooded hosts to feed on. Bed bugs have adapted to hide in small enclosed places until they are active. Bed bugs are about 1/8 of an inch large....

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