Bedbugs are blood sucking insects that are irritating due to their itchy bites and are very hard to get rid of because they can hide in very tiny spaces. They are nocturnal creatures and they find you when you are sleeping from your body heat and by the carbon dioxide that you breathe out.
In order to treat bedbugs effectively, it is advisable to treat other parts of the house as well because bedbugs are known to spread around and can often be spotted hiding in living room sofas and even cracks or hollow posts in furniture. If you leave just 1 bedbug survival after treatment, you are going to have a problem again in a few weeks time.
Some Fact Of Bedbugs
1. They have no wings and they cannot jump.
2. They can survive without food for 80 to 140 days.
3. They breed the whole year round and they can lay about 2 eggs a day.
4. You do not feel their bites because their saliva contains anticoagulants and anesthetics.
5. Some people may experience allergic reactions to the bites and may feel burning sensations or experience swelling.
6. In heavy infestations, you can often find them even in wardrobes, electrical sockets, behind wall photos, and even loose wallpaper.
7. Bedbug infestations are not caused by unclean environments. They are brought in by shoes, clothing, luggages, etc.
Our bedbugs specialists have achieved NEA’s highest qualification for pest control and they are well-equipped with the knowledge on bedbugs. They will conduct an initial inspection to find the dwelling spots of the bedbugs and to assess the extent and severity of the infestation.
Flushing Out and Residual Coating
Our specialists will then use pesticides specially formulated for bedbug control to force the bedbugs out of their hiding spots and come into more contact with the pesticide, allowing for the pesticide to effectively kill them. When the pesticides are dried, they will form a residual coating that will continue to destroy bedbugs that come out from their hiding spots later on. The pesticides used are specially selected for effectiveness and safety to humans and pets. The pesticides are also odourless and stainless.
Our specialists will then use a misting equipment to atomize the pesticide into a fine mist so that the pesticide will be able to reach bedbugs that are hiding in tiny cracks and crevices. This method also allows for the residual coating on more surfaces and it is still safe for humans and pets after it has dried.