As far as household pests are concerned, bed bugs are easily one of the most difficult pests to get rid of. These tiny creatures are hardy too – and are able to survive for up to 18 months without food. Also known as bed mites or bed lice, they make their homes in bedding, luggage and upholstery, and are commonly found in facilities where large groups of people live in close proximity. This means that hotels, hostels and apartment blocks are frequently at the mercy of these pests. Bed bug treatment requires a holistic approach; if you’re sharing your residence with these pests, it’s wise to use a reputable pest control provider in order to ensure that they’re completely eradicated.
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We’ll assess your needs and then advise on the best course of action to follow.
Whether you’re a private residence or manage a large commercial establishment, we’ll provide you with a unique treatment programme that meets your individual requirements.
We’ve trained every single one of our pest control technicians in safety best practice.
Our industry experts have shared their extensive knowledge with our technicians in order to ensure that every single client gets only the most effective solution possible. What’s more, every single technician uses PPE, or Personal Protective Equipment in order to ensure their safety.
Bed Bug Treatment Tips From The Experts:
Make your vacuum cleaner your best friend. Regular vacuuming of bedding and upholstery is the first step towards eliminating any bed bug infestations. Make sure that you get your mattress professionally cleaned at least once a year (this will also eradicate dust mites, mould and other organisms that contribute to respiratory ailments like asthma). Don’t let a suspected bed bug infestation become a major problem – contact a professional pest control company to assess the problem and advise on the best solution for your needs..
Waterloo Pest Control is committed to outstanding service delivery, making customer satisfaction top priority in our line of work. Pests, and rodents are known to spread disease and cause damage to building structures as well as product.