PROFESSIONAL BED BUG TREATMENTS:

ULV FOGGING

This is the distribution of a chemical mixture in the form of a cold mist. On the surfaces of passing and gathering of insects. This attacks their nerve center and the bugs die after direct contact with the chemical. It is harmless to humans and animals when following our recommendations. After treatment, you must leave the room for 3 to 4 hours until the chemical has settled on surfaces.

MECHANICAL SPRAYING

This treatment uses the same agents as in ULV fogging, except that the surfaces are sprayed directly and the agent immediately settles on the surface. The disadvantage of this procedure is that the substances run off the vertical elements quickly and remain on the surfaces for quite a long time. When new machines enter, spraying is used only on cages, basements and attics.

FUMIGATION

Fumigation has been banned by the European Union in multi-apartment buildings due to ozone depletion and carcinogenicity. If any company offers this form of treatment, these agents are of unknown origin and we warn against such companies.

OZONING

Ozone is highly toxic and it is impossible to obtain a concentration of ozone that is strong enough to eradicate bed bugs at home.

FREZZING WITH GAS CO2 (-75 DEGREES)

This is a very good method, but the problem is the treatment itself. Bed bugs or eggs will be destroyed when they are hit directly, and for this purpose, everything should be screwed up, from the bed to the furniture and slats nearby. Another problem is the pressure from the nozzle itself, which can shoot in all possible directions, and these under the influence of low temperature can go into hibernation. At the very end, in order to protect the apartment, everything should be protected with chemicals.