If you believe you have bed bugs, we need to get to work. Our first recommendation: Educate yourself about bed bugs and steps you can take NOW to fight back. Below, we’ll talk about the bed bug life cycle, how they infest, how they breed, how to kill them, and how to prevent bed bugs in the future. We’ll empower you with ways you can begin to control a growing bed bug problem before an exterminator arrives on-site.
How Do You Know You Have Bed Bugs
If you suspect bed bugs, Presidio recommends performing a self-inspection immediately. Get a bright flashlight and begin to look in “hiding places” around your bed. Check the mattress and its seams, crevices of the bed frame, screw holes in the bed frame, bedding, etc. Look for signs you have bed bugs. You’ll need to hire a bed bug exterminator if you find:
It is extremely important to act quickly and begin bed bug treatment if you find any of these, especially if you’ve had bed bugs in the past, before they continue to spread and lay eggs.
We have three service choices:
Heat Treatment – the very best and fastest way to eradicate bed bugs in your home.
Chemical Treatment – Good choice, more economical, but may take several applications.
Chemical/Heat Combo Treatment – Gives you the best of both worlds to get rid of bed bugs fast.