Steam Vapor & Chemical Treatment for Bed Bug Removal in New York City, Long Island, Westchester County or NJ
If a bed bug infestation has taken over your New York, New Jersey, Long Island or Westchester property, you’re not alone. The parasitic pests migrate by hitching rides on clothing, furniture or luggage.
In heavily populated areas, they can spread like wildfire. If they’ve invaded your space, you need to act quickly.
Attacking the problem with DIY measures isn’t your answer, because:
So what is your answer? Our team of professional NY and NJ pest management & control experts are waiting to tackle your bed bug removal with their proven, two-pronged approach.
The Power for Eliminating Bed Bugs With Steam & Chemical Treatment
Steam treatment is highly effective for controlling soft-surface bed bug infestations. Steam vapors penetrate fabrics 3/4 inches thick. They also kill pests hiding in cracks or crevices up to 2 3/8 inches deep. Steam heated to between 160 and 180 degrees F exterminates all bed bug stages — eggs, nymphs and adults. By driving the pests out of their deeper hideaways, it also exposes them to chemical controls.
Chemical bed bug treatment picks up where steam leaves off. EPA- and state-approved dusts, liquids and sprays work on hard surfaces where steam can’t. Dusts are best on furniture liquids could damage. Aerosols equipped with crevice tips are great at killing bed bug colonies in the tightest spaces. We use the smallest effective amounts of the least toxic chemicals. They’re chosen based on the strains of bed bugs you’re battling, the materials they’re infesting and the severity of the problem.
Most importantly, we protect the safety of your home, office or business and the people who use it. When we’re done, every:
Electric outlet and switch plate opening and anywhere else these pests love to call home has been steamed or chemically treated. By combining these two treatments, our expert staff makes sure all your bed bug-infested bases are covered!
Tools, Technology & Technicians You Can Count On for Your Bed Bug Treatment
Why should you call on us to eliminate your bed bug problem? Because you deserve the services of highly experienced, state-licensed technicians equipped with state-of-the-art tools and technology.
A bed bug infestation is no laughing matter. Your problem is our problem and we take it seriously. We’re waiting to help with the safe, effective chemical and steam treatments that will save your belongings and — just possibly — your sanity. So why not give us a call today?
Our Bed Bug Steam Treatment Process
Before getting to work, our technicians inspect your home or property. They’ll examine every inch looking for infestations or bed bug-friendly hiding places. If they confirm a problem, they’ll give you a list of preparations to make before your bed bug control treatment starts. These may include:
Finally, after your home, business or office is bed bug-free, we give you tips like these to keep it that way:
Standard Pest Managements’ Bed Bug removal and control program consists of Five steps:
Step 1 | Proper Identification
Proper identification of Bed bugs and acquiring Bed bug information sheet and Bed bug preparation guidelines.
See the Download section below.
Step 2 | Project Preparation
Client cooperation of bed bug removal procedure per Standard Pest Management preparation sheet.
Step 3 | Intensive Treatment
Initial extensive treatment and removal by trained Standard technicians includes:
Step 4 | Mattress Protection
Box springs are required for all box springs. Mattress encasements are strongly recommended.
Step 5 | Follow-Up Service
Follow-up Service can be conducted around 10 to 15 days later. This service is included in the initial service price but must be taken no later than 20 days after. It concentrates on areas around the bed. There is a charge for additional services after follow-up.
In cases of extreme Bed Bug infestation, then Chemical, Steam and BioPesticide treatments are available. Contact our office for details.
All occupants and all pets must be out for application and for two and a half hours following. Rooms should then be vented and aired out for a half hour before re-entry. Air conditioner must be off. In apartments with children under a year old, only steam can be used on crib and child’s room.