Bed Bug Removal Westchester
Quality Bed Bug Inspection and Bed Bug Treatment in Westchester County, NY
If you are known as the best bed bug exterminator in Westchester County, you may want to have a lot of potential clients wanting to know why your services are so different. Westchester County Pest Control uses proven effective comprehensive bed bugs exterminating process throughout the area.
Our exterminators are capable of effectively finding and controlling your bed bug problem in a way that is also non-evasive. If you choose to rely on a visual inspection from our exterminator or a bed bug inspection by our bed bug dog, they will both be able to identify even the smallest to the biggest bedbugs problem.
Eco-friendly, organic and green bed bugs extermination process, such as the use of heat or freezing them, works just as well as using chemical products. We are happy to be able to offer a variety of bed bug treatment methods based on our assessment.It’s important that you recognize your bed bug problem when you begin to notice a skin rash, musty smell or stains on your mattress.
The Rise of Bed Bug Infestation
With the bed bug population thriving in the U.S., it is best to arm yourself with as much information as you can with bed bug removal Westchester NY. In early American history, bed bugs had been a problem. Integrated into children’s nursery rhymes; bed bugs plagued the U.S. with their bloodthirsty crimes.
However, just after WWII, the bed bug epidemic was dissolved, and bed bugs were obliterated. But in recent decades world traveling has become commonplace and the use of some effective pesticides being banned and others since becoming useless with the new generation of bed bugs having a tolerance for it. But thanks to the persistence of professional pest control and modern advances, bed bug are being dealt with accordingly.
Bed bugs are extremely tiny, brown and have flat, roundish bodies. However, just after a blood fest, their bodies become swollen, and they appear red. Bed bugs are also nocturnal, and during the daylight hours, their cleverness for finding hiding places is impressive. In smaller numbers, bed bugs stick closely to their meal source and will be found along the headboard, bed frame, box spring, mattress, and bedding.
They prefer the confines of a hole, crack or crevice where they can be safely tucked away. As bed bug populations grow, they will spread throughout the room, hiding in other furnishings, behind baseboards, door frames, and window frames, under wallpaper, behind outlet covers and switch plates, picture frames, in closets; and most anywhere they can.
Being excessively tiny, bed bugs can be easily transported. They can hitch a ride in purses, briefcases, backpacks, luggage, and even in the folds of clothes. Bed bugs can be found infesting airplanes, buses, trains and other public transportation, schools, medical facilities, offices, churches, movie theaters, and lodging establishments. Bed bugs are capable of being introduced to your home or business quickly and can begin to overpopulate their new home in no time.
Bed bugs leave behind itchy, elevated red blotches, which can also burn. Their bites are usually found in a line. Along with their bites, you may notice blood stains adorning your sheets and pajamas, along with their rusty colored fecal matter in the sheets. Piles of a molten skin or recently shed exoskeletons might be found close by.
Although bed bugs have not been linked to spreading any known diseases in the U.S., it is optimal you invest in the professional extermination of bed bugs to ensure all bed bugs and their bed bug removal of viable bed bug eggs are fully eradicated.
Don’t Wait to Call Professional Help
When you have bed bugs, our exterminator will need to look in every area of your living space or your home or building to find the smallest bed bug eggs and the tiniest bed bugs. We train our exterminators to see the signs and actual bed bugs. Our dogs and their handlers are NESDCA (National Entomology Detection Canine Association) certified, which means they have the necessary qualifications to handle the job of finding your bed bugs and eggs.
Sometimes, we have people contact us because they think they have a problem with bed bugs but in reality, their problem is with spiders, fleas, carpet beetles or mites that they think are bed bugs in their home, building, hotel or apartment.
Your furnishings, such as your armchairs, desk chairs, table legs, clothes, clutter, and corners of rooms need to be closely evaluated and treated because these are where we often find bed bugs. They need to be treated so that don’t begin showing up in other parts of your property.
With nearly ten years of experience in the bed bug industry throughout the Westchester County area, we assure you that our exterminators and associates will be able to discuss our bed bug control process with you in detail.
When it has been confirmed that you actually have bed bugs, we will quickly come to your aid and get you the help that you need without your even having to go anywhere. Westchester County Pest Control exterminators will treat your pest problem in a few visits and this doesn’t require much from our clients. We will even leave them with a mattress cover to protect their beds. Since 2009 we have maintained our NYPMA (New York Pest Management Association) certification as bed bug specialists in Westchester County New York.
Effective Bed Bug Treatment
At Westchester County Pest Control, we understand that in order for us to be effective in treating bed bugs, we must be determined and committed. You should be the same way when it comes to making sure you can get the best results possible.
Our Westchester County exterminators are quick to respond to your service requests because they understand just how quickly this type of problem can escalate. Don’t take your time about contacting us or the problem could become far worse than it already is.
Westchester County Pest Control will be able to provide you with instructions on how to avoid the spread of a bed bug infestation. These are a few of the things they will instruct you about:
- De-cluttering rooms
- Enclosing things in your home or business
- Washing clothes
- Disposing of infested items
Controlling the problem is as important as actually treating the problem and this is why our exterminators will also advise you on how to do this. After treating your infestation, they take the time to explain the source of your problem and how you can avoid re-contamination.
Another inspection is performed after the job has been completed and a follow-up inspection, 30 days after treatment. We always make sure the job has been completely destroyed. This is how we live up to the expectations of our customers.
How We Determine When Our Canine Dog Has Found Bed Bugs
Whenever our canine dog scratches on an item in your home, this gives us proof of bed bugs or eggs, in your home. You may wonder what happens after we find your bed bug problem.
Our exterminator will then have to access the problem to determine how big or small it is. Unfortunately, bed bugs can land in your suitcase when you are traveling through airports, hotels or subways without your knowing it, and build a small nest.
Our exterminators try to identify the extent of the activity of your bed bug problem (this is decided by the number of rooms that are being used as livable space). Once identified they can select the right type of bed bug treatment to use to solve your problem before another cycle of bed bugs appear.
We perform an inspection, make an initial call to administer treatment. After the first treatment, there is a third and final process. This is when we treat your entire home for bedbugs. The bed bug process that we use allows us to be sure that no matter if the bed bugs are young, old, newly hatched or fleeing, that we eliminate them and sterilize their entire hiding space.
Thirty days after your problem has been resolved, we will follow-up to make sure that no sign of your bed bug infestation has returned. Westchester County Pest Control always stands by our work.