Can you really get rid of bed bugs? Australians are heavily warned against bed bugs since they have staged their comeback in hotels. After being almost wiped out by toxic pesticides DDT years ago, now they have come back with a vengeance and any homes who fall victims to these bloodsuckers are in for a real fight.
Bed bugs are great hitchhikers and they can easily board luggage, aircraft seats and clothes. Once they have backpacked into you, they will stay in parts of your home where they will have an easy access to their main food source, you. This is why can easily find them on beds and even sofas.
How to get rid of bed bugs?
The easiest and most simple way is to just contact a pest control professional. Bed bugs are very difficult to eliminate and ordinary pesticides won’t kill them. You may even have to throw your bed or sofa for severe infestation. However, if you act as soon as you find the infestation and contact a specialist, there may be some chances that your bed can be saved.
To make the contractor’s job easier and faster, determine what rooms have been infested. In most cases, they will start off in one place, which is commonly your bedroom. But if you do not act now, it is mostly possible that they will go to different rooms too.
Most homeowners also think that once a bed has been infested by bed bugs that they automatically have to throw away the bed. While you can really throw away the bed, but there are ways that you can save it as well. Ask your pest control specialist how they can save your bed and eliminate all the bed bugs inside. They may have to seal the bed up which you may not be able to use for some time.
Make sure to ask your specialist how long before you can use the room once again and what they should do if the bed bugs come back after treatment. Make certain that you have a warranty for a certain period so that you can call them back for free in case these pests returns. The cost of pest control service Swanbank differ from one company to another so look for the best service and quote.