Get Professional Bed Bug Removal Service For Your Home Or Business
Discovering you have an infestation of bed bugs is bad enough, but sometimes it is very difficult to even discover a bed bug infestation until it’s much too late. Bed bugs are not only small insects that are hard to find, but they also like to reside in areas that we simply don’t check or in furniture we don’t move around. The most common places are areas in the bedroom, hence their name bed bugs.
And almost like a virus that spreads, bed bugs and their eggs get everywhere and this can cause their colony to flourish and grow rapidly. The reason this happens is that the female bed bugs lay up to 12 eggs per day and these eggs hatch in only 10 days. Now you can see why these bed bugs multiply so rapidly and can be a big problem in very little time.
If you just discovered you have an infestation with bed bugs, simply call The Restoration Doctor right now and get a free evaluation over the phone along with a fair price to eradicate your bed bug problem for good.
How Do I Know If I Have A Bed Bug Problem Or An Infestation Of Bed Bugs?
All bed bugs leave their common signs that alert us to their presence. The most common sign, and one that means you got a problem, is when the bed bugs bite. And yes, this is where the saying “don’t let the bed bugs’ bite” comes from. Although bed bugs are insects that can bite you, when they do bite, you don’t typically feel it on your skin. However later that day, there will be a redness that develops from an allergic reaction on your skin. The intensity of the bites can help you determine the level of infestation of bed bugs you may be dealing with.
Another way of knowing you have a bed bug problem is signs of their eggs, bodies and bloodstains. Dirty environments, hoarding and not keeping your rooms clean are an easy way to have a bed bug problem. We have been seeing many cases in the Detroit area of residents whose bedrooms become prime real estate for bed bugs to flourish.
Bed bugs are great travelers so it is very easy for them to find their way into your home. If you or the company in your home has been on a bed with bed bugs, then it is very likely that they caught a ride over to you house and starting sleeping with you. It is a disturbing thought that bed bugs are as contagious and can spread as fleas are for dogs, but it’s true, and this isn’t a fact you can hide from and shove under your mattress. Stop ignoring this problem because it will only get much worse and bed bugs are very hazardous to your health.
How Do I Get Rid Of Bed Bugs?
Typical extermination companies use chemicals and evacuate you from the premises to poison and kill the bed bugs along with your health. The exterminator knows that these chemicals aren’t good for the insects and they aren’t good for you. Sure, the poisons and toxins they use to kill bed bugs may work, but what are the consequences to your health? Furthermore, when you hire any exterminator there is no discretion or hiding the fact that you have a big nasty problem in your home or business and that can be both embarrassing and devastating to your family’s reputation and your company’s business.
The Restoration Doctor believes that discretion is of the utmost importance when dealing with bed bugs and their eradication. The Restoration Doctor also strongly believes that your health and reputation needs to be thought of before we just come out there and destroy your environment with a bunch of chemicals.
The Restoration Doctor utilizes highly effective heat treatment to eradicate your bed bugs for good. Heat treatment is the safest, most natural method for killing bed bugs and permanently destroying their infestation. We are certified and highly trained to apply this heat treatment with our commercial grade equipment and precise application method. We also will move some furniture and perishables that have to be placed outside of the treatment area. There will be zero damage to your property or your health after we eradicate ALL bed bugs from your home or business.
The Restoration Doctor doesn’t stop there either. After the heat treatment, we also do an extremely professional and very thorough detailed cleaning of the area to remove any contaminates and to sanitize the area. The Restoration Doctor guarantees you will be extremely satisfied with our service, that we offer you a 100% satisfaction guarantee on all bed bug service calls so you can rest assured that your job will be done right and perfectly the first time. However, it is very common that a bed bug re-infestation can happen because of people being carriers and may be bringing them back into the environment. In this case, we would offer you a maintenance program for retreating the infected area.
For More Information On Bed Bugs: http://www.extension.umn.edu/garden/insects/find/bed-bugs-in-residences/
Hospitals, restaurants and hotels are a few of our customers that need bed bug removal and we understand their discretion. Our company name is The Restoration Doctor so we won’t alert your patrons of having a bed bug issue they need to worry about.
Is It True That Hotels And Traveling Can Give Me Bed Bugs?
Yes, absolutely! You can get bed bugs from anywhere and anytime you share a bed or other furniture with other people. Also from anytime you lay down to sleep in an area that isn’t as clean as it should be. The Restoration Doctor has actually two clients from this one area of concern; the hotel owner and the traveler.
Hotel owners, we understand your clientele can bring in any number travelers when they check in and not all of them check out. Also we understand that cleaning every single room after every single visit in all the nooks and crannies just isn’t as realistic as everyone expects. So please, if you do discover a bed bug infestation, don’t hesitate to call The Restoration Doctor. The Restoration Doctor is a discreet service and we have the expertise to get all the bed bugs gone from your hotel for good.
If you travel and visit hotels frequently, The Restoration Doctor recommends every time you check into your room to do a thorough inspection. You won’t regret taking the time to ensure that you aren’t going to be sleeping with any bed bugs but you also won’t be taking them home with you. Simply inspect around the headboards and the mattresses at the next hotel you stay at and at your home. Remember to keep your luggage outside of your home and the hotel until you are certain that there aren’t any bed bugs that can catch a ride with you. With these simple tips you can sleep tonight with the peace of mind that you don’t have a bed bug problem.