You don’t have to be a pest management professional to understand why it is easier to treat a mild pest infestation compared to a full-blown infestation. A confined infestation is not only easier to eradicate than a widespread one, but it’ll save you on treatment expenses. Why make things harder and more expensive for yourself, especially in these trying financial times? In addition to all of this, mild and more confined bed bug treatments can likely successfully be treated with conventional treatment solutions.
Pesticides have not only been long used in the pest industry but they have been extensively studied as well. So, there is plenty of evidence backing these claims. However, the real problem with these types of treatments is, they usually require multiple visits. Most of the time, when treating with conventional methods, you’ll need at least two visits. What makes matters even worse is, you have to wait considerable time between each visit, usually anywhere from 10 to 14 days. This is kind of a good thing though because it takes bed bug eggs anywhere from 10 to 14 days to hatch.
This helps ensure that you get your infestation cleared up fully. When utilizing our conventional pest management solutions here is what a typical layout will look like:
- Pre-Treatment Visit – That first visit will consist of our tech evaluating and assessing the property. He or she will scour the property looking for signs of pests along with the potentials for the pest’s presence. Remember, if you have pests, they are they for a reason.
- The Second Visit – This visit will be all about the application of the pesticides
- Post-Treatment Visit – In most cases, this will be the last visit. It will likely just be a check-up visit to reevaluate the area to make sure we have the problem cleared up. If the problem persists, we will reapply the treatment.
If no signs of pests are detected after the third visit, our tech will sit you down and help you devise a prevention management plan. It is just as important to prevent pests as it is to remove them from the home. Prevention might be more important. Whatever the situation, you can give our Akron offices a call any time of the day or night. Whether you have concerns, questions, or just want to learn more about our conventional treatment solutions, you can give us a call today at our Akron offices.