Bed bugs have been all over the news lately, and with good reason. Outbreaks in major cities have brought renewed attention to these nasty pests, as well as to efforts to get rid of them. Most pest control companies arm their exterminators with chemical insecticides, but bed bugs can actually adapt to pesticides over time. In an effort to provide more effective bed bug treatments Pestmaster® Services, a leading Integrated Pest Management (IPM) company, is leading the industry charge by offering its clients Eco-Freeze liquid nitrogen treatments for the elimination of bed bugs.
Bed bugs are small, parasitic insects that feed on human blood. These insects prefer the habitat of houses and especially beds and other areas where people sleep. Bed bug bites can cause skin rashes and allergic symptoms, not to mention the psychological effect their presence can have. Once in your home they can multiply at alarming speeds, with females able to produce 1 to 5 eggs a day and as many as 500 in a lifetime. Once an inspection reveals the presence of bed bugs the question becomes how best to get rid of them. In such situations Pestmaster® Services advises you to consider freezing your bed bugs into submission.
Pestmaster® Services Eco-Freeze liquid nitrogen treatments eliminate bed bugs and their eggs in a shorter time frame by rapidly freezing them using extreme cooling properties.
Pestmaster® Services mission has always been to provide the most effective pest management services with an earnest concern for the environment.This goal has led them to consistently be out front of the industry in terms of new, effective, and environmentally conscious pest control.
Just thinking about bed bugs is bad enough, and for those infested with them the nightmare is all too real. You need a bed bug treatment that provides effective and LASTING treatment, and Eco-Freeze is just that treatment. Consult with your local Pestmaster® Services office today, and eliminate the scourge of bed bugs from your home once and for all. Pestmaster® Services Eco-Freeze liquid nitrogen treatments may not available at all locations.