Misusing pesticides can have an adverse effect on your possessions, your home and most importantly, you and your loved ones.

If you have a bed bug infestation, it is important that you consult a professional bed bug exterminator. Professionals know how to safely treat your home, eliminating bed bugs while keeping you and your family safe.

The Label Says It’s Safe and Pet Friendly

Through my own experience, I never trust when I read that a chemical/pesticide is safe for humans and pets. The two most recent examples I can think of are: in 2018, a type of Round Up weed killer was banned. I used this weed killer many times on my lawn, in the cracks of my driveway and on the sidewalk. I know of many, many others who also used it. Then, in 2019 it was Johnson & Johnson talc-based baby powder. I don’t know of anyone that hasn’t used this on their infant. This same talc is also found in some make-up. Johnson & Johnson stopped selling this in the U.S. and Canada.

Don’t Take Pesticide Dangers Lightly

Pesticides are particularly dangerous to infants, children under 5, and the elderly. People who have medical issues, especially respiratory issues, should avoid using or having exposure to chemicals and pesticides.

Pesticide poisoning can manifest in a number of symptoms, including headaches, dizziness, nausea, numbness, muscles tremors, abdominal pain, chest pain, heart palpitations and vomiting.

Your furry friends are also susceptible to pesticide poisoning–particularly small pets. Sudden pet illness can be an early warning sign of a pesticide issue in the home.

Allphase Exterminators’ heat treatment eliminates your bed bug infestation in a single visit. No harmful chemicals or pesticides–just heat.

Treating a bed bug infestation is challenging. Don’t put you and your family at risk. Contact Allphase Exterminators, your professional bed bug exterminator, today.