Bed Bug removal in London
Inoculand provides bed bugs pest control in London under through approached: spraying and heat treatment.
We use thermal eradication (Heat Treatment) using specialist technicians, solely dedicated to this form of treatment using the latest technology in thermal blasting.
It has been increasingly difficult to eradicate bed bugs using chemicals due to legislation changes and chemical resistance.
Our Heat Treatment
Inoculand heat treatment relies on themal blasting to raise the temperature of your home and the belongings it contains above 49º C in order to destroy every stage of the bed bugs life cycle.
A typical heat treatment would normally last between 4 to 6 hours. It is a 1-day 100% guaranteed bed bugs eradication service.
Bed bugs removal services in London
We also offer a pesticide based bed bugs treatment. Our approach to chemical forms of eradications has been overseen by our expert biologist.
We are experts in using the right formulation for the right environment taking into account any factor in an individual basis. These chemicals are potentially harmful and are heavily regulated.
Experts in bed bugs control
Bed bugs infestations in london treated with chemical treatments will require repeated visits in order to break the life cycle of the insects. Meanwhile, tenants will have to endure bed bugs activity while the treatment follows its course.
You need a sleeping person to draw bed bugs out to feed. If the property is untenanted the bed bugs will hence not get exposed to the pesticides.
Similarly, you cannot rent out an infested property. Landlords and hotel managers looking for a quick turnaround should only consider heat treatment as the solution as it is a 1-day guaranteed bed bug eradication process.
Spraying for bed bugs? yes, but carefully
As a pest control company we never take risk. We have now the heat treatment that should be the preferred treatment method whenever you have children, vulnerable people and pets.
General information regarding bed bugs treatments
What causes bed bugs?
Bed bugs are oportunistic and people pick them up without them noticing. Beyond that, not taking early notice is what will cause a heavy infestation to take place. Also, having a high turnover of tenants will increase the chance to get infested by bed bugs.
How to check for bed bugs?
The first signs to look for are bites on your skin. Then, to confirm the bed bug infestation, look for blood spots at the back of the headboard, at the feet of the bed, possibly on the crease of the mattress and bed sheets.
How to treat bedbugs?
Bed bugs are resilient. You stand little chance to achieve control using commercial products. The most efficient approach to remove bed bugs is the heat treatment. However, you can also achieve control by carrying out repeated visits using harmful residual insecticides and insect growth regulators.
Is there any shop where I can buy bed bugs sprays?
Some of Inoculand Ltd Pest Control clients have mentioned: bed bug spray Tesco, bed bug spray Asda, bed bug spray Boots, bed bug spray Wilkinsons and bed bug spray B&Q. However, Inoculand only recommends professional removal treatments.
How to get rid of them fast.
The only method that kills bed bugs fast is heat treatment. It is a 1-day 100% guaranteed bed bugs eradication service. Adult bed bugs, nymphs and eggs are all destroyed at once.
Can bed bugs jump?
No, bed bugs do not jump. You may actually have seen fleas instead of bed bugs.
How can I prevent a bed bugs infestation?
Bed bugs infestations are introduced by tenants in the home. Ideally, you would not bring infested articles in, so avoid second hand furniture and be careful with your suitcases while travelling. Take preventive steps such as: inspecting for signs of bed bugs infestations, steaming the items, hot washing the clothes and spraying with insecticides.
Bedbug bites Vs mosquito bites
Any bite will cause a skin reaction, that may not be different for bedbugs or mosquitoes. Most people start thinking they are mosquito bites, until they see blood spots on the mattress.
Can they fly?
No, bed bugs cannot fly. Sorry.
Do bed bugs itch?
No, bed bugs do not itch, but their bites do.
The main point about heat treatment is time, since it is generally carried out over 1 day. Another of its benefits is being pesticide free that will appeal to allergic people. Heat treatment is also the ONLY solution to treat an infested property without tenants living there (void property).
Inoculand Ltd Pest Control provides treatments for bed bugs.