Bed Bugs Control
Bed bugs are small insects that feed mainly on human blood. A newly hatched bed bug is semi-transparent, light tan in colour, and the size of a poppy seed. Adult bed bugs are flat, have rusty red coloured oval bodies, and are about the size of an apple seed. Bed bugs need a blood meal to grow and lay eggs. A female lays 5-7 eggs per week and iffed, will lay 200-500 eggs in her life. Eggs take about 10 days to hatch. Bed bugs are fully grown in 2 to 4 months and can live as long as a year.
Bed bugs can cause different kind of health problems such as skin rashes, psychological effects and allergic symptoms. The problem can be very serious if the bed bug situation is not under control. Since bed bugs usually live in dark crevices and their eggs can be nestled in fabric seams, it is hard to spot them without help. They can hide in your bed, personal belongings, or even on you.
If you think that you might have a bed bug infestation, you should notify us immediately before the situation gets serious. Early detection can help get rid of them much faster and easier. Call us today to schedule a free inspection appointment @ +91 984-5622-259 or email@example.com
Bed Bugs Spray Technologies
Spray liquid insecticides:
1, Spray around and under the bed and along the baseboards near the bed. After removing the drawers from the furniture, the inside of the cabinetry should be sprayed as well as the bottom and sides of the drawers. Do not treat the inside of the drawers. If needed the clothes in the drawers should be removed and laundered.
2, Spray around the inside of closets, door frames and doors.
3, Spray molding at the top and bottom of the room. Spray around windows.
4, Spray seams of drawers, both top and bottom. Spray dressers from below. Spray where dressers touch the floor.
5, Spray where the bed touches the floor, spray chairs and underneath chairs.
6, Spray all baseboards, loose plaster, behind bed frames and headboards, beneath beds and furniture, and bedsprings and bed frames. Do not apply to furniture surfaces or mattresses where people will be laying or sitting unless using a product labeled for that type of treatment. Infested bedding should not be treated, but should be removed, placed in sealed plastic bags, and taken for laundering and drying at high temperature.