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More About Dallas Bedbugs

Cimex lectularius or bedbugs are one of the most feared pests in the world because they’re ectoparasites. These pests tend to feed primarily on blood. While they will accept canine and feline blood, they want your blood. They’ll stay close to their preferred food source, so they’re going to hide in your mattress and bed frame. Once you’ve gone to sleep, the bugs will bite you and suck your blood. Then, they’ll return to their hiding place, and you’ll never realize they were there. Since they’re only 3/16ths of an inch, they’re hard to spot and they won’t wake you when crawling on your body.

Causes Of Bedbugs In Dallas

Once you’ve figured out how bedbugs enter Dallas homes, you’ll know how to keep them out. How can bedbugs sneak into a home? The answers are plentiful, so you’ll want to learn about the most common methods. First and foremost, bedbugs may enter your home after you’ve obtained used items. The used items you purchased might’ve come from a home that was infested with bedbugs. If this is the case, bedbugs are likely hiding in the used items. They could be hiding in the clothes and furniture you purchased. Once these items reach your home, the bedbugs will invade your home as well.

Many bedbug infestations are linked to infested motels. Going on a vacation can be relaxing, but you have to worry about staying at a bedbug-infested motel. Pick the wrong motel and your luggage is likely going to be filled with bedbugs before the night is finished. Again, you’ll return home and the bedbugs will hitch a ride in your luggage. Bedbugs can travel a decent distance so living next to a home with bedbugs may cause your home to become infested too.

How Dangerous Is A Bedbug Bite?

Since bedbugs bite pets and humans, you may suspect that they’re one of the most dangerous pests. Thankfully, they’re not. Although they will bite you, they will not infect you with dangerous diseases. As a result, they’re less dangerous than mosquitoes and other pests, but they can cause other problems. A bedbug infestation will cause you to lose sleep and that can decrease your immunity and make you sick. Furthermore, they’re a nuisance and they’ll ruin your property’s value.

How We Eliminate Bedbugs

Bedbugs are elusive and very intelligent. They know how to stay hidden from their victims so you likely won’t notice an infestation until it has exploded. We use reliable canines to identify bedbug infestations sooner. Once we’ve confirmed that your home has bedbugs, we’ll help you choose the best treatment based on the size of your home and infestation. We offer the following services.

Manual Removals

We Recommend It For – Our manual bedbug removal services are not suitable for all situations. Instead, we prefer it when eliminating small bedbug infestations in one or two rooms.

What You Need To Do – You must clear your home to ensure our bedbugs have plenty of room to move. Furthermore, you may need to remove certain items to keep them safe.

Chemicals Used – We’ll inspect the situation to determine whether we need to use chemicals.

Heat Treatments

We Recommend It For – Heat is effective for removing bedbug infestation from a single-family home. Depending on the size of the home, the heat machines can eliminate all of the bedbugs in a few hours.

What You Need To Do – Not much. As long as our exterminator can move through your home easily, you’ll be good to go.

Chemicals Used – Heat doesn’t need chemicals, but we might use Diatomaceous Earth to improve the effectiveness of this service.

Fumigation

We Recommend It For – Fumigation is recommended for eliminating lots of bedbugs in large buildings. We think it is best for apartment buildings and motels.

What You Need To Do – You have to prepare extensively and make sure your tenants leave until we’re finished.

Chemicals Used – Our fumigation services use Vikane to eliminate bedbug infestations.

Could I Eradicate These Bedbugs Myself?

Ultimately, bedbug infestations are complex problems that require experience and knowledge to remedy. Unless you’ve been dealing with bedbugs for years, you may not know how to effectively fix the problem. Bedbugs hide in some odd places so you may not get all of them. You’ll also have to be careful when choosing treatments and chemicals. Some are dangerous and others are ineffective. We’re here to help, and we’ll eliminate the bugs while keeping you protected.

How Safe Are Your Bedbug Treatments?

We offer several reliable bedbug treatments we think you’ll like. Whether you pick heat, Cryonite, or conventional treatments, rest assured knowing our treatments are safe. We only use EPA-registered products because we want to give our clients greater peace of mind. Although they’re safe, they’ll still wipe out the bedbug infestation in your home. If you have any concerns, call our Dallas office so we can put your mind at ease.

The Cost Of Dallas Bedbug Treatments

Our clients are usually concerned about the price of our services. We sympathize with this because we know many exterminators charge too much. We try to provide fair prices by offering standing pricing. When our exterminator needs to use the standard services, they’ll determine the price based on the size of your home. Before the procedure begins, we’ll give you a bid price so you’ll know what to expect.

Avoiding Bedbug Infestations

Can you prevent bedbugs from sneaking into your home? You might be able to stop some but not all bedbugs. Although used items are more affordable, they’re riskier so you may want to stop buying used sheets, clothes, and furniture. Read reviews to make sure you pick a clean motel that will not have bedbugs. Fill in gaps and holes around your home to stop stray bedbugs from entering.

When Can Your Treatment Start?

Our exterminators can eliminate the bedbugs in your home rapidly, and we’re available around the clock. Call us today and we’ll do our best to contact you back in 48 hours or less.

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