bedbug treatment

The Best Bedbug Treatment for You

If you’re experiencing bedbugs, you’re surely desperate for a solution. You’ve experienced painful, itchy rashes, disgusting bedbug feces in your bed, and it’s possible your entire home has been overrun with the vermin if you let the problem go unchecked just a little bit too long. There are many bedbug treatments, and here are some of them and how they can benefit your home and your lifestyle.

Heat Treatment

As the least invasive treatment for any homeowner, heat treatment for bedbugs is often an extremely effective solution. No chemicals are used, and steam is the method to kill bedbugs and sanitize the area. It’s one hundred percent pet and child friendly, and poses no risk of toxicity in the home.

Chemical Bedbug Treatment

The most surefire way to rid your home of bedbugs, other than complete removal of infected areas, is chemical bedbug treatment. There are a plethora of types of chemicals, from DIY treatments to all natural professional treatments and everything in between. Homeowners can find DIY treatments in hardware stores and home improvement stores, and it’s important to be extremely cautious to follow every instruction as many DIY treatments can cause harm to small children and pets. Additionally, homeowners have the option of choosing a professional to apply chemical treatments, and this is preferable because an expert can apply treatment precisely and without causing harm to family members and pets through the potentially dangerous chemicals they often use.

Complete Removal

Complete removal is the last resort bedbug treatment. Complete removal entails removing any affected area, from carpet to beds to textiles. This is an incredibly invasive form of treatment and can be devastating to families and their prized possessions. It’s best to trust this to a professional, because it should be considered an absolute last resort after all other forms of treatment have been tried and have failed.

These are the three most common forms of bedbug treatment, and they’re usually the most effective. A professional will know which treatments or combination thereof will be the best for your unique concerns and situation.