Bed Bug Treatment in Houston and Dallas
In recent years, bed bugs have made an unwanted and unwarranted resurgence. As parasitic insects, they feed exclusively on blood and are a huge annoyance to your health, home and everyday life, which is why scheduling bed bug removal at the first sign of infestation is crucial. The experienced bed bug exterminators at Stampede Pest control are determined to provide you with the best bed bug treatment so that you can reclaim your home.
How Do You Get Bed Bugs?
Bed bugs are excellent at hitching rides with you or your belongings, and can be contracted from almost anywhere that sees high volumes of visitors. Locations like hotels are significant hotspots, as well as movie theaters, airplanes, restaurants, subways and even buses. Having bed bugs doesn’t mean you or your home is dirty, it just means you’re in need of a proper bed bug fumigation. Having a thorough inspection and a rigorous, yet painless bed bug infestation treatment is the key to making you one less victim.
Bed Bug Infestation Treatment
Stampede Pest Control uses state-of-the-art products designed to eliminate adult bed bugs and prevent future infestations by removing the egg sacs. Our team will provide you with a pre-treatment checklist to help you prep your home for proper treatment, and then thoroughly inspect and treat every piece of furniture in the necessary rooms. After we disassemble, treat, and reassemble the furniture in your home, we make sure to treat the walls, baseboards, outlets and lights in the room. We know that bed bug removal is a complicated task, which is why we are with you every step of the way.
Finding the Right Bed Bug Exterminator
We know that bed bug pest control is a top priority for our clients and that it’s crucial to do the job right the first time around. With that in mind, cutting corners just to reduce costs will bite you in the long-run. At Stampede Pest Control, we provide the best service to clear out your home at competitive rates that won’t clear out your wallet.
Appearance: Adult bed bugs are 4-5 mm long, oval in shape and brown in color.
Habitat and Behavior: Bed bugs are nocturnal
Diet: Bed bugs are hematophagous or bloodsucking insects. Like mosquitos, bed bugs are attracted to their food sources by carbon dioxide. The common bed bug typically feeds on human blood.
Control: Bed bug removal requires a combination of insecticides and mechanical approaches. Vacuuming, heat treatment, mattress wrapping and more are common non-pesticide techniques to supplement your pest control company’s efforts.