BED BUG CONTROL & TREATMENT IN CONCORD
Get a Good Night’s Sleep Again, with Bed Bugs All Gone
Bed Bugs are not only back, but are becoming quite common. Schools, hotels, movie theaters, and even single-family homes find themselves with serious bed bug infestations these days. Attracted by the carbon dioxide emitted while humans sleep, bed bugs can be relentless, and put your whole family in a horrible situation.
Since 2014, our Company has been exterminating bed bugs exclusively. We have experienced unprecedented success which usually stops bed bug bites on the first day of service using a special method along with a non-toxic spray, and then eradicates the bugs for years thereafter, without using harmful pesticides. This is because our revolutionary three step method adds some features that we feel have been left out of other methods. In fact, we started out asking ourselves “what are WE missing” and “what are THEY missing?” Then we filled in the gaps. We never stop asking that, especially in those few cases where we do not get control right away.
Our Three-Step Bed Bug Removal Process
Fortunately, Bed Bugs All Gone offers a three-step process for bed bug treatment in Concord:
- We decontaminate the beds by steaming or baking (heating) the frames to kill any bugs in them. We also put cloth encasements around the mattresses and box springs to trap any bugs in them so they will never bite you again. Then we spray all the bed parts with our material that kills bugs even if they can get on the bed. It is now a fortress.
- We isolate the beds from the rest of the room with special isolators under every leg that prevents bugs from walking up on the bed. We also position the bed so that there is an air gap between it and any walls or furniture. Since bed bugs cannot jump or fly, they cannot gain access to the bed. Now it is an Island Fortress.
- We surround this Island Fortress with a Virtual Minefield of ten million particles per square foot of our special material on the rugs below the bed. This kills any bugs that approach the bed seeking a meal for well over a year which is why we can offer a 15-month warranty. In fact, experience seems to show us that our material can do this for many years. It is not a toxic pesticide, but rather a substance (esterase) which is an enzyme that dissolves through the bug’s waxy coating. In just a few hours after they walk over it, they lose all their moisture and die of heat stroke.