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Conventional Pesticide Treatment

The traditional method for the elimination of bed bugs, conventional pesticide treatments target the insects where they are likely to dwell after bed linens and clothes have been laundered. The baseboards, along with cracks and crevices in the walls are sprayed with an EPA labeled pesticide. Some furniture may also be treated, including bed frames, bureaus, and nightstands. This treatment it doesn’t’ kill the bed bugs eggs it only kills nymphs to adult.


Pesticides alone should not be used to control bed bugs Sprays will cause bed bugs to scatter making eradication more difficult the most effective program for eliminating bed bugs is one that utilizes Integrated Pest Management (IPM). IPM is the use of all possible methods in a logical combination that minimizes risk of pesticide exposure, safeguards the environment, and maximizes effectiveness. Facilities should have a pest management plan in place, to deal with pests including bed bugs, before they are a problem.

Target, Spot or Partial Heat Treatment

For our customer who wants to go with this treatment option we combine steam, and HEPA vacuuming to kill or eliminate the eggs and we spray after for prevention which keep killing any remaining and new pests that coming to the treated area for 40-60 days. We highly recommend this treatment option for multi-dwelling units to combine with any kind of treatments as preventive measure including heat treatment since heat doesn’t prevent the structure from re-infestation. All our pesticide Products Active ingredients approved for use against pests in the Canada under the control Pesticides Regulations.

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We will always meet or beat 10 % any competitor’s price. Just provide us with a written estimate and instantly save money. Our prices simply can’t be beat! . We are specialized in Commercial building Apartments, Hotels and Motels, and Camps and Schools . A big discount for Multi units with Pesticide treatment Plan.

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