Conventional Bed Bug Treatments

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Treatment Methods May Include:

  • Pesticide Dusts
  • Crack & Crevice Injection / Spot Treatment
  • Mattress Encasements

Preparation Requirements:

The areas scheduled for treatment must be cleared of all clutter to allow the technicians easy access for inspection.

The Wil-Kil representative will provide and review the preparation checklist with the Client prior to service.

Advantages:

  • Treatment is quickly instituted once preparation is complete.

Disadvantages:

  • Extensive preparation is required prior to each treatment for best results.
  • Repeat treatments are usually necessary and may take up to a month to achieve complete success.
  • We offer no warranty with conventional bed bug treatments.

As with any bed bug treatment, re-introduction is possible after conventional treatments. No bed bug treatments, conventional or heat, have a residual effect that prevents reintroduction. The best way to prevent reintroduction is to do regular inspections and to alter habits to stop the spread of bed bugs.

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