Have you found bedbugs in your bedbug? If so, they might be confined to the bedroom. When dealing with bedbugs in confined areas, it may be possible to eliminate them using pesticides. We understand that many of our clients are skeptical of pesticides and they’re worried about their safety. Our technicians know how to use pesticides safely and effectively. We’ve developed our protocols based on the recent study performed at Purdue University. The study found that bedbugs can be successfully eliminated using pesticides, but several visits are needed.
At least two visits are required and the exterminator must wait a week or longer between visits. Our protocols can be found below.
- We’ll visit the home twice to thoroughly inspect and treat the dwelling for bedbugs
- For the last visit, we’re going to inspect the dwelling for bedbugs
- If necessary, we’ll treat the home a third time
- With our pesticide treatments, we have to wait at least 10 to 14 days between each visit
We wait 10 to 14 days between visits to ensure that any bedbug eggs in your home have hatched. Then, our pesticide treatments should eliminate the newly hatched bedbugs. Remember we only use pesticides specifically designed to eliminate bedbugs.