Not sure if you may have a bedbug infestation? We offer full home bedbug inspections.
In order to complete a thorough bedbug inspection, all bedding, sheets, pillows should be removed from all mattresses and boxsprings throughout the home as well as all clutter and stored items cleared from the closet, and bedroom floors prior to inspection.
At each inspection, we will provide a detailed BEDBUG INFESTATION SERVICE & INSPECTION REPORT.
With chemical treatments alone, all floors, outlets, cracks, and crevices are treated with liquid and dust chemicals throughout the structure. A lot of in-home preparations will be required prior to the first scheduled service. Examples include laundering all clothing, sheets, bedding, curtains and other fabric personal items in very hot water, drying in hot dryer of 120-130 degrees, sterilizing all other personal belongings with 91 % rubbing alcohol, vacuuming all floors, cracks, crevices, decluttering all areas where treatment is necessary, and many other preparations prior to service. Some mattresses, upholstered items, and other items inside the unit that are infested may be asked to be discarded from the property during the chemical treatment process.
Click here to see our Chemical Treatment Preparation Checklist
- ALL preparations must be completed prior to the initial treatment.
- NO people or pets inside unit for a minimum of 4 hours after treatment.
- Follow-up treatments must be done every 7-10 days until unit is cleared by our inspectors.
Customer will receive a documented
BEDBUG INFESTATION SERVICE & INSPECTION REPORT
upon completion of initial and all follow-up treatments.