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Bed Bugs Treatment - How To Get Rid of Bed Bugs

 

Troubled by Bedbugs? Get Rid of Bedbugs. Our Bedbugs Treatment Guarantees Results, Giving You A Good Night’s Sleep!

 

Bedbugs are deemed to be bad roommates as they cause severe itch and discomfort to anyone in the household. These tiny ‘blood sucking’ insects can cause sleepless nights by biting you and sucking blood whilst you are asleep.

Bedbugs are a major international problem and are the number 1 pest in the world now.  It is becoming a huge problem for many PCOs (Pest Control Operators) and they are generally considered to be one of the hardest bug infestations to get rid of in homes and established properties.

Many household and business owners are asking, ‘So how do we get rid of this pest?’

Appearance of Bed Bugs

Bedbugs are flat, reddish-brown, oval insects about 4 – 5mm long. They become swollen and reddish after feeding on human blood.

Control of Bed Bugs

Bedbugs harbour in cracks and crevices during the day and come out at night to feed. They are attracted to their hosts primarily by carbon dioxide, secondarily by warmth and also by other chemicals. They can be introduced into a structure via second-hand furniture or in the belongings or luggage of someone who has been living in a bedbug infested environment.

Upon a thorough inspection of your property, PestBusters will carry out treatment against Bedbugs in all infested areas and items. Bedding items should be dried thoroughly before re-use. Infant and sick persons bedding and bed frames should not be treated. They should be replaced with un-infested items.  After insecticide treatment of the house, a high standard of cleanliness must be maintained for a long-term management of bedbugs.

Proposed Bedbugs Treatment

  1. Preparation
    1. DO NOT remove any items from your rooms or property. We will inspect loose items and place them in garbage bags. These should be stored away during the treatment.
    2. Bed linens and pillow slips will be inspected and placed in garbage bags. These must be washed separately in hot water (temperature of 60°C and more for 20 minutes and above).
    3. For property owners, you are required to standby one Engineering/Maintenance staff to open or remove fixtures for thorough inspection.
  2. Treatment
    1. PestBusters method of treatment is much focused and site specific targeting bedbugs and their eggs which have been observed during our thorough inspection.
    2. We will spot-treat all crevices in the furniture, beds, mattresses, walls, doorframes, window frames etc. with aerosol and our specialized pesticide that is only meant for Bedbugs.
  3. Others
    1. Ventilate the area by opening the windows and door for at least 1 hour before resuming normal activity.
    2. For a complete eradication of bedbugs, two or more treatments are recommended. This will be made known to you after our thorough initial inspection of your premises.
  4. Prevention
    1. Carry out periodic spring cleaning and dispose all unwanted items to reduce clutter and minimize the pest harborage.
    2. DO NOT use second hand furniture.
    3. Getting used clothing and other items from neighbors, thrift stores, sales, flea markets, etc carries a risk of bringing bedbugs into your home.
    4. DO NOT take items left at curb side for free.
    5. Consider a periodic Bedbug control preventive maintenance program by our professionally trained PestBusters specialists.

 

So are you troubled by Bedbugs and can’t get a good night sleep? 
Consider calling PestBusters at 6288 2828.

We can get rid of your sorrowful sleepless nights with our professionally trained specialist. 

 

Common BedBug (Cimex lectularius) and
Tropical BedBug (Cimex hemipterus)

Bed bugs treatment. How to get rid of bed bugs

 

Trivia: After feeding, the bedbug’s weight increases as much as 5 times.

Good night, sleep tight. Don’t let the bed bugs bite.

Vampires are not just creatures of myth, they do exist – they just don’t wear capes and (more recently), sparkle in the sunlight. Like vampires, bedbugs are almost immortal, able to survive over a year without a single blood meal. They are not usually seen, creeping around silently in the darkness, consuming your blood.  The only evidence to suggest that you have been bitten is the occasional rash and bloodstained sheets, which by that time the bedbugs are already far and long gone. Is it even possible to destroy an enemy that has almost mythological powers, shrouded in mystery akin to the deadly vampire?

 

Strength of the Bedbug:

Tiny, flattened body

Hardy, able to survive over a year without food

Saliva contains anticoagulants and anesthetics

 

Weakness of the Bedbug:

Unable to survive > 600C

 

Modus Operandi:

Lurks in tiny cracks and crevices during the day

Finds its prey by detecting heat signatures and carbon dioxide emission

Injects anticoagulants and anesthetics while feeding so as to remain undetected

 

Targets of Interest:

Warm blooded vertebrates (preferably humans)

 

Visual Appearance:

4-5mm in size

Reddish-brown in color

Wingless

Oval-Shaped

Flattened Body (Before feeding)

Red and rounded (After feeding)

 

Reproduction Cycle:

Breeds whole year round

Females must have a blood meal before laying eggs

Lays about 2 eggs a day, 200 in a lifetime

Lays eggs in cracks and crevices, furniture or walls

 

Special Traits:

Bites follow a linear pattern of 3 bites, sometimes referred to as “breakfast, lunch and dinner”.