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Bed Bugs, K9 and Thermal Heat Treatments in Savannah,Ga.  Areas

Savannah BedBugs - Bed Bugs Treatments and Detection using K9. Call   912-421-8040  

We provide K9 Bed Bugs inspections
and Heat Treatments in Hilton Head, SC.

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For Residential, Commercial, Multi-Unit Properties ask about our K9 sweep service and stay on top of the issue.
Our K9 team can give you an estimate for an accurate inspection in Hilton Head, SC.  Afterwards we can provide a proper successful treatment plan for the situation. We only use electric Thermal Remediation Equipment which is the best way to eliminate bed bugs. We can also use the dogs for post treatment to make sure they have been properly eliminated. This is very helpful on rental properties.
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Bed Bug Information for
Hilton Head, SC

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Tenants can easily transfer bed bugs into your property. At that point it is very difficult to determine who left them behind. it may be a few weeks or months before they are discovered. We have monitors and inspections that can discover bed bugs before your tenants do.

   Our Treatment takes one day and you will be bed bug free immediately afterwards.There is some cooperation needed between the tenant and the crew. There is a prep checklist that you can view that gives you a list of things we need them to help us with to prepare for the treatment.

We schedule a date for treatment. Setup usually takes about a half hour. It usually takes about 1-2 hours to heat to kill temperature. While we are waiting for heatup we do some interior treatment and setup the beds and furniture. We then bring in fans and point them towards beds, furniture,drapes,closets,etc.  This simulates a convection oven in your home  Once kill temperature is reached we hold it for 3-4 hours. So it typically takes 5-6 hours for a treatment.

When finished with the process we set the beds back up putting encasements on all mattresses and boxsprings. We take notes of the amount and sizes so we can send the proper encasements to the jobsite with the technicians.

We have completed thousands of heat treatments successfully. 

Tjhe hardest treatments we have is where there are a lot of bed bugs and a lot of clutter. This is a bad combination because this gives the bugs so many places to hide. Cleaning up clutter and ridding yourself of unneccessary boxes and clothing that is never used.  This is a good opportunity to clean and discard items that you are not going to need. Be careful however because some of these items may be infested and you don't want to give or donate infested items.

Bed Bug Heat Treatments are somewhat expensive in that they take so long and you must be very thoropugh to win the battle.

If you live in the Hilton Head, SC area and need bed bugs services  

Call  912-433-3671 

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Hilton Head, SC
We also provide Bed Bug Information classes for large groups of Tenants, Management, or Maintenance Departments.
Contact us to make appointment and schedule.

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Here is a great article by Paul J. Bello

PJB Pest Management Consulting, LLC
770-500-0460
(Click Link Below)
Over 201 Things You Should Know About Bed Bugs

A common concern with bed bugs is whether they transmit diseases. Although bed bugs can harbor pathogens in and on their bodies, transmission to humans is considered unlikely. Their medical significance is chiefly limited to the itching and inflammation from their bites. Antihistamines and corticosteroids may be prescribed to reduce allergic reactions, and antiseptic or antibiotic ointments to prevent infection. Though not known to carry diseases, bed bugs can severely reduce quality of life by causing discomfort, sleeplessness, anxiety, and embarrassment.
In some cases bed bugs can be visually detected in the folds and creases of mattresses,in bed frames,box springs,night stands and behind baseboards around the beds. They will also hide in couches and furniture in other areas of the house where they can get a blood meal. Bed bugs create a lot of waste. Dark blood spots and shed skins are easier to find than the insects themselves.We use the Sensor Bed Bug Detection Dogs to detect them in hidden areas. This gives us the know location of activity and allows us to use less pesticides and also do a better job eradicating them.

A thorough inspection requires dismantling the bed, and standing the components on edge so that upper and lower surfaces can be examined. Things to look for are the bugs themselves, and the light-brown, molted skins of the nymphs. Dark spots of dried bed bug excrement are often present along mattress seams or wherever the bugs have resided. Box springs afford many places for bed bugs to hide, especially underneath where the fabric is stapled to the wooden frame. Oftentimes the underlying gauze dust cover must be removed to gain access for inspection and possible treatment. Successful treatment of mattresses and box springs is difficult, however, and infested ones may need to be discarded or encased in a protective cover. Cracks and crevices of bed frames should be examined, especially if the frame is wood. (Bed bugs have an affinity for wood and fabric more so than metal or plastic). Headboards secured to walls should also be removed and inspected. In hotels and motels, the area behind the headboard is often the first place that the bugs become established. Bed bugs also hide among items stored under beds.

Elimination

Thermal Heat Units are used to heat the rooms or entire structure up to 135 degrees. Bed bugs cannot withstand the heat and it kills all stages of this insect. In many instances we use pesticide residual to help with total elimination of bed bugs.

Call us today for an inspection and or treatment at 843-476-4301 or email us at


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How To Avoid Having A Bed Bug Infestation At Your Home!

1. Be careful when bring in any used furniture or clothing from another source.

2. When traveling do not place your suitcase on the bed. Use the stand and take it away from the wall at least a few inches.

3. When you come back home leave your suitcase out in the garage and take all of your clothes and put them straight into the dryer. Dry them for 10 to 15 minutes and the heat will kill all stages of Bed Bugs.

4. You can use a blow dryer or steamer to treat your suitcase.

Here is a checklist of items that should be removed for Heat Treatment 

Click here for a resident preparation checklist .  Bed Bug Heat Treatment Preperation Checklist

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