Bed Bugs, Oh No!
If you’re experiencing bed bugs, you need help, stat. There are many DIY treatments, but none as effective or safe as professional bed bugs extermination. DIY treatments can involve harmful chemicals that can be lethal to pets and small children without extreme care, and it’s best to leave this to the professionals at hand. If you’re dealing with a bed bug infestation, here’s the best way to handle it with a professional exterminator.
The old verbiage, “Where there’s one there’s others,” is incredibly true when it comes to vermin. They love to hide and multiply, and if you’ve seen two or more insects, spiders, or rodents, it’s likely they’ve multiplied far beyond what you’ve seen or noticed. An infestation is much easier and cheaper to manage if you catch it early, and it’s important to do so before it’s too late.
Find Your Exterminator
If you don’t already have an exterminator on hand, it’s best to trust your loved ones and friends for advice. Your exterminator will be entering your home and using potentially harmful chemicals around your loved ones, and you need to trust the person who’s doing it. Ask around with friends and family for a great exterminator who they trust. If they’re of no help, Yelp and other review sources are a great backup plan.
Communicate Your Needs
A great professional bed bugs exterminator will listen to your every concern. They’ll want to know if you have pets or small children, if you have any concerns about their forms of treatment, and they’ll want to know a detailed description of your current concerns. They’ll be as concerned as you are about your issue, and they’ll respond professionally and take it as seriously as you do.