Bed Bug Treatment
Integrated Pest Management Approach to Bed Bugs
Most bed bug jobs are different and present unique challenges specific to their individual locations and also the type of structure. No matter how different the job, the ultimate goal is to rid your environment of bed bugs.
Hence, An RPS Pest Professional follows these protocols for EVERY bed bug job:
- Customer Education & Preparation
- Follow Up
First of all, Bed Bugs are difficult to totally exterminate. Consequently RPS has created a unique checklist for our customers. Our techs complete these checklists during the extermination process. Furthermore, by strictly following this checklist, our customers are more informed, understand the process, and therefor the treatments go smoothly and are more effective.
At the service, the Royal Fumigation Tech will have a copy of the inspectors checklist with all of the required information filled out. Technician will treat all areas noted on the checklist and in addition, any other areas noted on the inspector’s observations. As a result this will ensure that no noted infested areas are missed.
Heat will be the primary treatment in the majority of cases. The use of chemicals will be limited to the specifications and restrictions on the pesticide labels and includes: all synthetic pyrethroids, natural pyrethrum, and all organic materials. All must have bed bugs on the label. Once treatment is completed, he will review all findings with the customer. And finally, schedule a follow up treatment/inspection no less than 10 days and no longer than 14 days from the date of service.
Bed Bug services provided for:
- Apartments and Multi-Family Housing
- Student Housing
- Homes and Businesses
- Theaters; Stores; Showrooms
- THERE IS NO BED BUG JOB TO BIG FOR RPS TO HANDLE
In conclusion, RPS can go almost anywhere in the Mid-Atlantic Region and treat any size facility to handle your bed bug infestation.