Summer Special Bed Bug Treatment for Residential Clients

We are pleased to announce this years summer special for all new residential clients. First time customers can receive a free inspection and a new client rate to help treat and clear up bed bugs and other pests. Read more from our recent press release below.

Rest Assured is happy to be able to offer new clients an incentive to get their inspection scheduled to control and ultimately eliminate bed bugs.

“As we move into June, unfortunately we are also headed into bed bug season,” said Doug Black, owner of Rest Assured, a Maryland Pest Control Company. “We want to make sure that people can get in touch right away and get an inspection, and eliminate bed bugs as soon as we know they have them so they can have a safe and healthy summer.”

Rest Assured offers new residential clients:

  • Free inspection to determine the source of the problem, severity of the infestation and next steps to eliminate bed bugs
  • Full extermination service, treat the bed bugs and set up steps to make sure the infestation is controlled and eliminated
  • Summer discount for all new residential clients

“Our goal here is to be the go to guys for people who need Maryland Pest Control this summer. The bed bugs are a health risk, and they are just plain nasty, we will find the source and destroy them,” continued Black.

New clients will receive a prompt and professional inspection from Rest Assured’s trained and certified pest control professionals. All of the services are Entomologist certified so that Rest Assured can ensure that client’s homes and businesses are appropriately treated.

Once the client’s infestation has been diagnosed the agent will develop and implement a plan of action to stop the issue before it spreads so that clients can have happy and safe summer free of Baltimore Bed Bugs.

Read the full press release from PRWEB here

We are happy announce our new guide on how to know if you have bed bugs. This guide covers how to know if you have bugs, how to produce a sample and what next steps are to solve the problem. Read more from our recent press release below.

The only way to be certain if you have bed bugs is to have an actual sample of the bug. There can be many explanations for bites and symptoms. A doctor can only suggest possible explanations such as bed bugs.

The first step in determining if it is bed bugs after concerns have been raised is to look at symptoms. Unlike many bugs that bite at random, bed bug bites tend to be itchy and red and occur in a line as the bugs bite and hop.

There are also other preliminary ways to find an infestation. One common way is to find fecal stains from the bugs. These stains are partially digested blood but will not be red. It tends to be black and will look like a cluster of black droppings and cannot be rubbed off. They will smear if rubbed with a wet rag.

However the only sure way to know is to produce a sample. Here are a couple of ways to get one:

•Visual Inspection: Examine corners and crevices around the mattress and sheets. If nothing is found in these places pull up the mattress and inspect the box spring. Again, look in the crevices and hardest to reach areas. Bed Bugs are notoriously sneaky and will hide in the darkest and most secure place they can during the day while still being close to their host.

•Install Interception Devices: If a visual inspection does not reveal an infestation another way to catch them is to trap them during the night when they are active. Something as simple as sticky two sided tape can be put around the base of the bed and near the sleeping individual. This way when the bugs are active one may be caught to take to an exterminator.

•Encasement: Another option is to encase the mattress in a plastic sheath. The plastic will restrict the movement of the bugs and aid in detection. Encasement won’t stop them reproducing and spreading necessarily, but it is a good preliminary step.

•Contact an Expert: The best option is to contact an expert. A pest control expert will know exactly what to look for and can very quickly enact a treatment plan to stop the bugs before they spread and multiply. Early treatment is critical to stop the bugs from becoming a long term problem.

Ultimately once bed bugs are found, or even if they aren’t found, it’s advisable to seek professional help because an infestation that is not caught quickly can spiral out of control.

Read the full press release from PRWEB here