Problem = Hotels, apartments, hospitals, and dorm rooms are common bed bugs homes. Although they are not known to spread diseases, they are a big nuisance. Bed Bugs are resistant to many different types of products, so a diversified approach is required.
Solutions = Sprays, dusts, and/or steam
The first step of bed bug treatment is preparation on your part. Before Leader Pest arrives for treatment, we recommend the following:
Strip the beds and launder all sheets, pillowcases, mattress pads, and blankets.
Remove everything from bedroom closets and place in sealed plastic bags.
Remove everything from dresser drawers, nightstands, and dressing tables, and place in sealed plastic bags.
Have all clothing and fabrics laundered (hot wash/ hot dryer cycle) or dry-cleaned.
Remove drapes and have them laundered, dry-cleaned, or replaced.
Discard cardboard boxes, shoe-boxes, paper and plastic bags, old newspapers, stacks of magazines, and similar items in all potentially infested rooms.
Vacuum all infested rooms, including the floor, mattresses, bed springs, couches, chairs, closets and closet shelves, shoes, inside dresser drawers and bedside drawers. Vacuum bags are to be placed in a sealed plastic bag and discarded outside. Do not reuse plastic bags.
All loose items that not discarded should be placed in a sealed bag in the infested room for inspection and treatment.