Bed Bug Pesticide Treatments In CT
While each treatment method has its own set of pros and cons, pesticide/insecticide treatments are consistently less expensive than heat treatments. If you need a specific price, we will gladly provide a free, no-obligation quote along with our professional recommendation.
Pesticide treatments are often the best choice for small infestations, especially when combined with canine bed bug inspectors, mattress encasements, HEPA vacuums, and other direct treatment options.
When the chemicals are administered by a certified professional, it is safe to reenter a home or structure that has been treated in as little as 4 hours.
Pesticide treatment for bed bugs will usually require multiple applications, with a waiting period of 2-3 weeks between each treatment. Each treatment will require some degree of preparation on your part, e.g. decluttering, removing delicate items that may be damaged by the chemicals, etc. All occupants, including pets, will need to be out of the home during each pesticide treatment and for several hours following each application.
Call BedBug Exterminators of CT
Heat treatments and pesticide treatments each have their advantages and disadvantages, but your bed bug exterminator will guide you through the options and help find the best fit for your needs. If you are in Connecticut and need a bed bug exterminator, give us a call for immediate assistance.