Central & Southeastern Ohio Bed Bug Prevention Treatment
Bed bug prevention treatment is important because Bed bugs can be introduced to a previously bed bug free area very rapidly and in many ways. When bed bugs come into an area they multiply and infest that area rapidly. Bed bugs can be introduced from a vacuum cleaner, the wheels of a house keeping service cart, luggage, clothing, and just about any other way that you can think of. For this reason, we offer a bed bug prevention barrier guard treatment to prevent the bed bugs from returning and beginning a new infestation in an area where bed bugs have been eradicated.
After heat treating an area to eradicate bed bugs, we can apply a bed bug prevention barrier guard treatment to prevent the recurrence of the insects should new bed bugs be brought into the home or workplace. The bed bug prevention treatment we apply is a non-toxic spray on treatment that emulsifies and dissolves the waxy outer layer of bed bugs that crawls across the treatment.
The Barrier Guard bed bug prevention treatment that we apply is naturally soy based, non toxic, no chemicals, non staining, hypo-allergenic, and has no odor. The non-toxic bed bug prevention treatment continues to kill bedbugs for up to 6 months after application. The bed bug prevention treatment is to be sprayed on upholstered furniture, beds and bedding, carpets and other fabrics and produces a barrier against re-infestations. Recurrence of infestations commonly occur when a someone brings new bed bugs into the treated location, or when an adjoining unit goes untreated and the bed bugs migrate from that unit to your freshly exterminated unit.
Barrier Guard bed bug prevention treatment is nontoxic to all humans and their mammal pets, however it is deadly to bed bugs. When a bed bug comes in contact with the bed bug prevention treatment, the waxy skin of the bed bug is dissolved. Therefore, if a bed bug crosses the path of a treated area, the bed bug will die, thus preventing newly introduced bed bugs from beginning a new bed bug infestation.