Bed Bug Services in Omaha, NE
Although they're called bed bugs, they don't just live in beds. Clutter, baseboards, carpeting, sofas, and other furniture are all posh resorts as far as bedbugs are concerned, and at night your body can all too quickly turn into a bed bug all-you-can-eat buffet. If you suspect a bed bug problem in your Omaha, NE home or business, don't wait to get help: Reach out to Smith Pest Control immediately for bed bug extermination services.
Call in the Experts
Using state-of the art equipment and techniques, our professional exterminators will inspect your environment to identify the source of your infestation and determine the best course of action. We're committed to providing a quick, affordable, and effective solution to your bed bug problem, and we take every measure to protect your safety throughout the process.
If bed bugs have invaded your turf, it's time to put an end to them before they continue to wreak havoc. Call us today to schedule an appointment for bed bug extermination.
How do I get rid of bedbugs?
Because of the many places bed bugs hide, simply getting rid of an infected mattress will not totally get rid of them. To completely eliminate the bed bug problem takes an effort from both a pest control professional and those who live in the house. Every corner and crevice needs to be searched, and then a combination of chemicals and heat need to be choreographed. SMITH PEST CONTROL recommends that the day we come over to spray you have all clothes removed from drawers, floor, and closet and placed into plastic bags and tied shut. Remove all sheets, and blankets and bag those too. Anything that can be dried, put in a dryer for at least a half hour, throwing away the used bags (incase any bed bugs are still present). Don’t bring dried items back into the room until the pesticides have been applied and have had time to dry. Bed bugs now are much more resistant to chemicals than in the past, so over the counter solutions may not be strong enough and professional grade products are usually required.
How can I prevent this in the future?
Because bed bugs are hitchhikers and the increase of international plane travel and mass transit, they are a difficult pest problem to prevent. We recommend thoroughly searching any luggage and clothes after traveling and inspecting any used bedding, dressers, furniture, or clothes, being brought into a residence.
We do not believe in contracts because we believe in earning our next call from our clients through personable service and competitive prices while using only the highest quality products and proven pest control practices.