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In some cases, the exterminator may decide that it is pertinent to use conventional treatments to get rid of bedbugs in a home. Small bedbug infestations can be dealt with successfully using pesticides. Researchers at Purdue University found that exterminators can effectively eliminate bedbugs using pesticides, but they’ll need to visit the home twice. Furthermore, there needs to be considerable time between each visit.
This gives the bedbug exterminator plenty of time to inspect and treat the home. Our company believes in taking this one step further. We will visit your home three times.
- During the first two visits, we will inspect and treat your dwelling.
- If we find bedbugs during the third visit, we’ll treat the home again.
- We make sure that our conventional treatments are spaced out by 2 to 3 weeks so the bedbug eggs will have plenty of time to hatch. It generally takes bedbug eggs 10 to 14 days to hatch.
When working with us, you can rest assured knowing you’re going to be protected. If you decide that you want to take advantage of our conventional, chemical treatments, we’ll use pesticides that are designed to eliminate bedbugs. In addition to this, we’ll only use the precise amount needed to get rid of the bugs.