Bed Bug Control
Bed bugs are extremely hard to eradicate without experience and proper training and do-it-yourself bed bug products aren’t recommended and are rarely successful. There’s a strict code of practice that must be followed when carrying out bed bug work.
If you think you have an infestation, call SAYFER as soon as possible to arrange a bed bug assessment.
The eggs are about the size of a grain of salt and are laid deep into the smallest of cracks and crevices. Bed bug treatment and removal is a highly specialised field requiring a very invasive procedure. A thorough inspection of every inch of the room is carried out with furniture taken apart and reassembled, carpet pulled up around the edges and bed heads taken off walls etc.
How SAYFER treat Bed Bugs in your home
The SAYFER team of technicians will use a vacuum with a fine tip nozzle (HEPA quality filter) to remove bed bugs and eggs. The very small tip means that it can get into small cracks and crevices where they hide. Your trained technicians will then treat and dispose of the vacuum bag to ensure nothing is left behind.
The SAYFER team can also use Steam Heat to kill bed bugs and the eggs. The steam produced by the steamer has a low vapour flow and high temperature that heats up infested areas to a minimum temperature of 80 degrees Celsius. This is an effective way of killing bed bugs and their eggs.
Can Bed Bugs be controlled another way?
Nonchemical methods are considered to be management tools only. They can be utilised to reduce the bed bug population but without insecticides it is unlikely to solve the bed bug problem. Chemical treatment should be applied underneath carpet edges under the straight edges and also along the seams of mattresses. Insecticidal dust and aerosols are used when your technical team are unable to treat areas with liquid chemicals.