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Our process for getting rid of bed bugs has been tested and fine-tuned for over a decade. To help you understand what goes into bed bug removal and extermination, we've broken our process into these steps:
We are proud to offer steam treatments as a low-risk option for getting rid of bed bugs in Denver. Bed bug steam treatments are capable of killing bed bugs at all stages of the life cycle in one treatment and is considered to be one of the best bed bug treatment in Denver.
First sealing off a room, we use special tools designed to effectively create pressurized steam that can penetrate surfaces. By using steam to heat surfaces above 120 degrees Fahrenheit, we rely on the heat to exterminate all bed bugs within range. From bed bug eggs to fully grown adults, our specialized technique will destroy the bed bug infestation at any stage. Not only is our steam approach to bed bug control in Denver extremely effective, but it’s also 100% safe for your loved ones and your home. Our bed bug steam treatments in Denver will kill every bed bug it comes in contact with, no matter where they’re hiding, including:
If there is something in the room that needs to be treated in the room that is not steam-safe, we will determine an alternate treatment option.
No, bed bug steam treatments do not cause damage to your home when used properly. However, not all surfaces or materials are safe for steam treatments. In this case, we do make sure to identify these materials within the treatment room and conduct a different type of treatment to ensure we kill all bed bugs without damaging any of your personal belongings.
Aprehend is an innovative bed bug spray that uses the bed bug's natural movement patterns against itself. Rather than relying on harsh chemicals to kill the bed bugs that come in contact with it, Aprehend uses a fungal spore (Beauveria bassiana), which is a natural enemy for bed bugs. These spores attach to bed bugs and are spread throughout the entire colony. After attached, the spores begin to grow and colonize within the bed bug, resulting in its death. Because the spore travels with the bed bug, the entire colony becomes infected and dies. Bed bugs die within 4-10 days of contact. The treatment remains for up to three months and should kill the entire infestation with just a single treatment!
Yes, Aprehend is safe for humans and pets to be around. Aprehend is non-toxic. It is a natural disease for insects but not for humans or pets. Although it is a fungus, the fungus cannot grow inside your home. It only grows when it comes into contact with bed bugs. To ease any concerns, Aprehend offers a great FAQ that answers any question you may have!
We’re asked this question a lot, and our answer is almost always “no”. DIY bed bug treatments rarely work to kill all bed bugs, usually resulting in killing a few bed bugs that were close at the time of treatment. Over time, bed bugs have become resistant to many of the common DIY sprays, and most do nothing to kill bed bug eggs. What’s worse, if bed bugs feel like their home is threatened, they will set out in search of a safer place to live, usually resulting in furthering the infestation throughout your home. Our bed bug treatments in Denver aim to contain bed bugs throughout the treatment, meaning that if a bed bug is in the room at the time of treatment, it will not leave the room.
While we don’t condone DIY bed bug treatments, there is no harm in conducting DIY bed bug inspections. A common misconception is that you can’t see bed bugs, but this is not true. Bed bugs can easily be seen by the naked eye. The problem is that they are master hiders, and only come out at night. However, bed bugs do leave physical evidence behind, including:
When conducting a bed bug inspection, inspect the mattress and boxspring first, as this is where you’ll most likely find signs of bed bugs. Pay special attention to the edges and seams of the mattress.
If you are concerned that you may be dealing with a bed bug infestation, call Triangle Pest Control today. Our Denver bed bug treatment consists of free, same-day inspections, so you can take comfort in knowing that your bed bug issues soon will be a thing of the past. No matter the bed bug treatment you decide on, our team of bed bug exterminators are here for you!
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