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Bed Bug Services

Education is the best defense against bed bugs. At Franklin Pest Solutions, our staff understands how distressing an infestation of any kind can be. We're here to protect you and your family and give you peace of mind so you can get back to sleeping soundly.

Franklin's Bed Bug Solution

Franklin has developed a 3-tier solution to combat bed bugs using environmentally conscious Integrated Pest Management best practices. Success in getting control of a bed bug situation requires a partnership between you and your pest management professional. Here's what to expect:

  1. Inspection and survey
    During this phase, the severity of a bed bug infestation is assessed. Visual inspection, monitors, traps, and protective bed coverings are used to tell us exactly how to go about treating for that particular situation. Your technician will provide you with an instructional sheet at this time to make sure you're properly prepared for treatment.
  2. Treatment
    Using the monitors put in place during our initial inspection, a determination will be made as to what type of treatment method would be the most effective in gaining control of the active infestation. Franklin uses Thermal Remediation (heat treatment for bed bugs), conventional, and non-conventional techniques for the proper control of bed bugs. The right method for your situation will be discussed prior to treatment date to ensure everyone is on the same page.
  3. Monitoring and Reporting
    Follow up inspections are necessary to evaluate the effectiveness of the treatment performed. At this time, using our monitoring methods in step 1, we reassess the situation, determining if additional treatments will be necessary. A detailed report is provided, explaining our findings, recommendations, and next steps.

It's important to remember these key points:

  • Don't assume any bug bite is from bed bugs.
  • Bite reactions may not show up for several days after being bitten.
  • Physicians cannot give a positive diagnosis of bite marks by examining them, so do not rely on this to conclude whether or not you may have bed bugs.
  • If you've looked for bed bugs and have found no evidence, these creatures could still be there. They are cryptic, survivors, and can easily go undetected.
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