Traditional Chemical Treatment
How do they work
Chemical treatments combine various types of insecticides to eliminate bed bug populations. This treatment method involves the application of insecticides throughout an infested unit, with particular attention towards cracks and crevices along the structure and furniture where bed bugs typically hide (e.g. beds, sofas, carpets, baseboards, walls).
Traditional bed bug chemical treatments require greater participation from homeowners, due to the more potent nature of insecticides. Preparation guidelines must be followed as closely as possible to ensure the safety of residents and for optimal treatment results.
Ocupants and pets must vacate the infested unit for a minimum of six hours or longer if they are pregnant, nursing, have health issues or are young children. Pre and post-treatment instructions will be issued to homeowners prior to the start of a traditional bed bug chemical treatment plan.
Bed Bug Chemical Treatment
At 1st Pest Control, our Certified Pest Control Technicians are highly knowledgeable in the identification and removal of bed bugs. Our chemical treatment program comprises of a two-part treatment, placed two weeks apart. At your request, we are able to conduct a chemical treatment in conjunction with a mechanical treatment; the combination of the two methods provide a highly effective treatment against bed bugs and their eggs.
If you suspect a bed bug infestation in your home, the best starting point is to have an inspection completed. Click here to learn more biopesticide treatments.
Traditional chemical treatments do not require a visual inspection, however it is highly recommended as a method to effectively locate all harbourage sites of the bed bugs within your unit.
For more information on our traditional chemical treatments, call 1st Pest Control today. 1.844.PEST.CANADA.