Professional Conventional Bed Bug Treatment
The basis of conventional pest control is a chemical pesticide. Unlike organic and natural pesticide formulas, chemical pesticides are “inherently toxic,” according to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
A study conducted by researchers at Purdue University revealed that pesticides can fully eradicate bed bugs in at least two separate visits. However, the two treatments must be separated by at least two weeks.
Our conventional pesticide bed bug protocol is as follows:
- Initial inspection of the impacted property
- Initial treatment of conventional pesticides
- Follow-up inspection of the impacted property
- The second treatment of convention pesticides, separated by 2 to 3 weeks
- Post-treatment inspection of the impacted property
The separation of two weeks between the initial and second treatment is to give the eggs time to hatch. It takes between 10 and 14 days for bed bug eggs to hatch, which is where the two-week separation comes into play.
Conventional pesticides have been the subject of multiple research studies. The studies focus on the effectiveness of conventional pesticides for the infestation of various insect species. Our conventional pesticide is suitable for the following insect species:
- Brown Marmorated Stink Bug “BMSB” (stink bug)
- Boxelder bug “boxelder bug”
Why Hire Us!
Our conventional pesticides range from natural to organic to chemical-based formulas. We encourage our clients to take the time to decide which pesticide formula they prefer. If you are concerned about the environment, we suggest an eco-friendly pesticide. However, chemical-based pesticides can be applied with minimal environmental and human health risks. By evacuating the home before and after chemical pesticide treatment, it is possible to keep our clients out of harm’s way.
We only choose brands that have been approved by the EPA.
We are a locally owned and operated pest control company in Oklahoma City.
If you have any other pest control issues, please check out other services.