Experiencing a bed bug infestation can be a frustrating and psychologically stressful situation. Bed bugs can disrupt your sleep routine, cause mental distress, and in some cases can even be the source of physical allergic reactions from the bites themselves. Finding another place to sleep is not always a solution and avoiding the issue altogether can make the infestation worse. At Ehrlich Pest Control, formerly Connor’s, we understand that infestations can be overwhelming, especially when you don’t know how to get rid of bed bugs from your property. Keep reading for our top tips on how to treat for bed bugs.
How to get rid of bed bug infestations in your home
Trying to get rid of bed bugs yourself is no simple task. Even if you find yourself taking every measure of prevention—laundering bed sheets and clothing, reducing clutter, dismantling bed frames, and thoroughly cleaning—it’s likely you will still be left with bed bugs. You may be wondering how to get rid of bed bugs naturally, but complete removal always takes the help of an expert.
Eliminating an entire population is complex, even for the most trained professionals. Our exterminators are proud to bring our years of experience and knowledge in totally eliminating bed bugs from any infested environment. You can trust we know how to get rid of bed bugs once and for all!
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How to treat for bed bugs
Depending on the area and the extent of the bed bug infestation, the best treatment option for your unique situation may vary. Some of the areas your bed bug exterminator will focus on in treating the bed bug infestation include:
- Wall outlets, baseboards, and door and window frames.
- Headboards, mattresses, box springs, and bed frames.
- Upholstered furniture, nightstands, and dressers.
- Chairs, desks, cabinets, and dividers.
- Closets and lockers.
- Any and all other possible areas that could be harboring bed bugs.
How to get rid of bed bugs–for good!
After thoroughly administering treatments to the areas infested by bed bugs, your expert technician will follow up with you and provide a full report describing the treatment. After treatment, we will provide you with thorough instructions on how to protect your bed and home from future infestations. To ensure the job we’ve done is effective, we will schedule a follow-up visit to check the effectiveness approximately one to two weeks after treatment.
At Ehrlich Pest Control, formerly Connor’s, we know how frustrating bed bugs can be and are dedicated to working with you to keep bed bugs out of your home for good. For more information, call us today!Back to Bed Bug Exterminators, Control & Removal
How to Get Rid of Bed Bugs in Virginia
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