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To date; bed bugs are not known to transmit any diseases to humans. However, reactions to their bites vary on a case by case basis. Some humans have no reactions to bed bug bites while others experience uncontrollable itching and reddish welts in groups of 3 or more in an almost straight line.
Sometimes yes but it is not recommended since you are not a professional technician. Attempting to eradicate the bed bug issue yourself may have the adverse effect and cause the issue to spread which causes more harm.
No, bed bugs thrive wherever the host (you) spends the most time within the home, school, office etc.
Yes, the surest way to ensure bed bug eradication after you suspect you have an issue is to contact management or your Pest Control company for an inspection. Do note that preparation is key on your part; you would receive a preparation sheet which should be followed step by step to ensure the best outcome. If it is determined that bed bugs are present, a trained and experienced technician who pays keen attention to detail and is knowledgeable can surely solve your issue.
There are many baits and traps which can get rid of the mice within the home but to prevent them from re-entering it is recommended that you schedule a rodent proofing. This involves locating and sealing all entry points that rodents use to gain access throughout the structure.
The targeted pest determines the frequency of treatment. A thirty to sixty day treatment window is recommended for general maintenance. The rule of thumb is prevention is better than cure.
Yes; our company uses eco-friendly and non-toxic products that can be used around children and pets.
Termites usually swarm during the early spring season. They are sometimes confused with flying ants. Other tell-tale signs include seeing mud tubes on the structure, darkening, blistering and soft wood within the structure. A professional should be contacted to determine if your suspicion of termite presence is correct and make recommendations for treatment if necessary.
Keep shrubs low, turn over or discard any empty containers on the property. Discard old tires or debris on the grounds. Ensure gutters are cleared and are not retaining water, conduct regular property inspections to ensure that there is no pooling of water in the surrounding areas.
Fruit flies sometimes hitch a ride from your produce that you purchase from your local grocery store or farmers market. Broken screens and open doors give easy access. Fruit flies have a heightened sense of smell which allows them to easily locate rotting and fermented fruits.