Bed bugs are one of the nastiest pests around. Getting a professional pest control team to deal with them as soon as possible is critical. The question then is what to do after bed bug treatment? The last thing you want is to worry about those blood suckers coming back or still hanging around. Here’s a guide of what to expect and what to do after a bed bug treatment has been completed. If you follow the right steps, you should be sleeping safe and soundly again in next to no time.
First off, bed bugs are not some cute little things that pop up now and then in your bed then go away again. They’re not something sweet and innocent from a nursery rhyme either. They’re a pest that can be quick to infest your place and bring with them all sorts of other problems. Bed bugs are tiny insects about the size of a pinhead who grow to the size of an apple seed by feeding on human blood. That’s right – they bite people and then suck human blood like disgusting little vampires. They’re usually active at night, but they inject an an aesthetic while they suck your blood so you may not even feel you’ve been bitten and sleep right through. You then wake up to find you have itchy bites and wonder where they’re from. The trouble is that bed bugs are hard to find because of their small size and their ability to hide.
Bed bugs can cause a number of health problems to you and your household. The impacts can be anything from;
The most important thing to do if you think you have bed bugs is not to panic. Calling a professional and trusted pest control team can give you immediate peace of mind. They should be able to take you through the steps in eliminating the bed bugs as well as what to do AFTER the bed bug treatment. The first thing to remember is that bed bugs can be treated and the second is that the effects of any treatment won’t be immediate.
What happens both before and after a bed bug treatment is almost more important than the treatment itself.
After treatment, remember that there is still work to be done. Stay focussed and continue to follow the pest control advice.
There is a chance that some bedbugs may have lived through the treatment. Your bed bug problem could actually seem to be worse after the treatment, but don’t worry. It’s normal to see more bed bugs, and there are clear reasons why this can happen. The pest control treatment makes them more active. Bed bugs can smell pesticides and other dangers to them that have been sprayed near their ‘home’. Now they are panicked and are out and about trying to find a new place to live. Treatments aren’t magic that kills every bed bug straight away. Seeing bed bugs after treatment is actually a good sign. It means more bed bugs are coming into contact with the deadly chemicals. Try to carry out as little from the bedroom as possible. If you can keep things to one bag for a while, then you’re limiting the chances of spreading bed bugs.
As you can see, there’s a lot to know about what to do before and what to do after bed bug treatment. You need to be able to trust a professional team who can take you through every step in the process and answer any questions you have. That’s where Jacka Bros Pest Control standout from the rest. They know all there is to know about bed bug treatment as well as pest control for termites and ants, rodents, spiders, even wasps and bees. The best way to send a pest on their way is to give Jacka Bros Pest Control a buzz today. You’ll be set for a pest-free tomorrow.