Found Dead Bed Bug After Heat Treatment

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What to Expect After Bed Bug Treatment Having bed bugs is no picnic, but once you've called in the professional exterminators you expect it to be over. In the world of these tenacious little parasites, however, nothing is black and white, and there may be a lot of follow-up, even additional treatments, needed before life is back to normal.

This is a bed bug infestation that was found in an apartment during a heat treatment that the Milpitas Heat Division of Clark Pest Control was performing.

Barring any obstacles to treatment, the bed bug infestation in your home should be eliminated by the 3rd visit or sooner. Reasons why you may still see bed bugs after our treatments are that bed bugs are capable of getting into many environments that are inaccessible for treatment.

Pesticide treatment to eliminate bed bugs may be unsuccessful if other resting areas such as hampers or furniture are missed, recommended label rates of application or timeframe are not followed, or bed bugs developing resistance to the chemical. When Treatments Don't Work.

In large infestations, bed bug harborages and aggregation sites are not only filled with live bed bugs, but also with their debris, dead bed bugs, molted skins, hatched egg shells, and feces. It is often difficult to distinguish what is alive from what is dead in a messy harborage, particularly after treatment.

Since you cannot see all of the bugs or all of their eggs, you need this sort of a treatment since heat can hunt them down for you. There will be no need to locate their nests when your entire home has been heated up until it is a death trap for these bugs. You will need to get a heater and have it put in your home.

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