How Do I Protect Myself from Bed Bugs in Public Places?
Bed bug infestations don’t develop in public places such as offices, classrooms, movie theaters, or department stores very often. But these place can be great transfer hubs for bed bugs to hitchhike a ride into your home. Read on in today’s blog from Bed Bug Heaters to learn helpful strategies to protect yourself and reduce the spread of bed bugs.
Ways to Combat Bed Bugs
If a bed bug is found, you should inform facility staff immediately. They should take point for any control efforts. Remember, discovering a single bed bug does not mean there’s an infestation. A treatment plan will only be implemented if a true infestation is found with breeding bed bugs.
The facility staff should alert everyone who works in the building. They should let everyone know how the situation will be handled. This information will help everyone know to take extra steps to avoid infestations in their homes. Open communication about the problem will also curb speculation and rumors.
Use a Heat Treatment from Bed Bug Heaters
A heat treatment is the easiest, safest, and often the most affordable bed bug treatment. To kill bed bugs with heat, the room or container they are in must be higher than 113°F to make sure the sustained heat gets to the bugs no matter where they may be hiding. This can usually only be achieved with special equipment.
Bed Bug Heaters has your solution. Bed Bug Heaters has a wide variety of units, so you can find the right one to handle your bed bug problem. For more information, give us a call at (937) 506-6940 or contact us online today.