How to Get Rid of Bed Bugs
Serving Santa Fe | Taos | Albuquerque New Mexico
Experiencing a bed bug infestation can be a frustrating and psychologically stressful situation. Dealing with bed bugs can disrupt your sleep routine, cause mental distress, and in some cases can even be the source of physical allergic reactions from the bites themselves. Finding another place to sleep is not always a solution and avoiding the issue altogether can make the infestation worse. We know that being infested with bed bugs is an overwhelming situation, especially when you begin to think about the process of exterminating them.
Enlisting Professional Help to Exterminate Bed Bugs
It’s no easy task to try and rid of bed bugs yourself. Even if you find yourself taking every measure of prevention—laundering bed sheets and clothing, reducing clutter, dismantling bed frames, and thoroughly cleaning—it’s likely you will still be left with bed bugs. The process of eliminating the bed bug population is complex and even the most seasoned pest exterminators will be put up to the challenge—but it is possible! Here at New Mexico Pest Control, we will bring our years of experience and knowledge to the task and can guarantee the total elimination of bed bugs from any infested environment. Our exterminators use proven methods of bed bug management to rid of bed bugs for good, and we pride ourselves on using eco-friendly solutions that are safe for your family.
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How we Treat Bed Bug Infestations
Depending on the area and the extent of the bed bug infestation, treatment options may vary. New Mexico Pest Control offers a variety of treatments that are either chemical or thermal. Some of our chemical options include dust, liquid, and aerosol products, and are expertly administered in areas of high infestation around the house or property. There are a number of areas your pest control technician will focus on in treating the bed bug infestation:
- Wall outlets, baseboards, and door and window frames.
- Headboards, mattresses, box springs, and bed frames.
- Upholstered furniture, nightstands, and dressers.
- Chairs, desks, cabinets, and dividers.
- The back of any items hanging on the walls.
- Closets and lockers.
- Any and all other suspected areas that could be harboring bed bugs.
What Happens After we Get Rid of Bed Bugs?
After thoroughly administering treatments to the areas infested by bed bugs, your exterminator will provide you with a full report describing the treatment. Instructions on how you can protect your home or facility from further infestations will also be provided. To ensure we’ve done our job correctly, we will schedule a follow-up visit with you approximately 7-10 days after the initial treatment. During this appointment, your technician will carefully inspect all of the treated areas for further signs of bed bugs and retreat any spots where activity may still be present.
Ridding Yourself of Bed Bugs For Good
As mentioned previously, controlling and managing a bed bug infestation warrants the help of trained experts. It is a tough job that may require follow-up treatments until the bed bugs are gone for good. The professionals at New Mexico Pest Control understand how frustrating bed bugs can be, and will work with you to ensure total bed bug elimination. Call us today for a free quote on exterminating your bed bug infestation!Back to Bed Bug Exterminators – Control – Removal