Fumigation for Bed Bugs, is this My Best Option?

Fumigation for Bed Bugs, is this My Best Option?

Discovering a bed bug infestation is frustrating. It usually begins with a few bites that you may ignore, until it gets so bad that you can’t take it anymore. It’s not only a great inconvenience to deal with, bed bugs are resilient little pests, making them difficult to remove.

What makes a bed bug infestation so hard to eradicate is that their living situation is the same as yours. Bed bugs live in couches, beds, suitcases, and clothes. When dealing with a severe bed bug infestation in your home, many people turn to what we call in the pest industries, the nuclear option – fumigation. Specifically, bed bug fumigation.

The bed bug fumigation process works like a termite fumigation: Tent, Inject Gas, Destroy.

Yes, spraying, vacuuming, and steaming may work, although it is difficult to be bed bug free after one treatment if at all.

But what if you didn’t have to douse your home with liquid chemicals to deal with your bed bug problem?
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Holiday Travel Tips : Bed bug prevention for travelers

Holiday Travel Tips : Bed bug prevention for travelers

The holiday season is fast approaching. Soon, many of us will be packing our suitcases and hopping on planes, trains, and automobiles to visit our loved ones across the country. As local exterminators, we have a determined interest in making sure that no additional pests hitch a ride home with you.

Below you will find our bed bug prevention tips for travelers, to help you avoid bringing home bed bugs. We only want you to come back home to Florida with great memories, and maybe a few extra pounds from all the delicious holiday meals and treats.

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How effective is heat treatment for bed bugs?

How effective is heat treatment for bed bugs?

Here at PestMax® we always strive to treat your infestations with environmentally friendly pest control methods whenever possible. This means limiting our use of pesticides. One situation where no one wants to use pesticides is on personal items that you wear, sleep on and lounge in. Unfortunately, bed bugs don’t care about your personal space, and those are their favorite places.

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