How to Get Roaches, Ants and Bed Bugs Out of the Way

There are a myriad of pests to be on the lookout for and this means a serious amount of stress that you have to handle. While having pests at home can be unavoidable, the best thing that you should do now is to find the best solution to your problems with pests. You are left with a lot of options but you have to be very careful on your choice. Some may be really harmful for you, for the environment, your children or your pets. Luckily, you can get rid of these critters securely and naturally with some pretty easy home pest control methods for roaches, ants and bed bugs.

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Roaches and Ants

Once you spot roaches, do a few things to keep them from having a party in your home. For roaches and ants, you can make use of boric acid. You are free to use it because it is environmentally-friendly but you need to make sure that you keep it really well. It has to be out of reach. You can place boric acid at high places like on top of your kitchen cabinets and appliances. These are great places to set the boric acid out. Aside from boric acid, you may also make use of catnip and other detergents. Catnip is non-toxic for kids or pets but works really effective in solving your problems with roach infestation.Spraying roaches with soap and water is also a great idea.

Bed Bugs

Let’s face it, bed bugs are just so gross. For the bed bugs on the other hand, the most Eco-friendly bed bug solution available is heat treatment. You can call a leading pest control company that offers such treatment.

Heat treatment brings the overall temperature of the affected area up to 118 degrees Fahrenheit for at least 90 minutes. This is enough to eliminate the bed bugs and their eggs. You just need to bag up all your clothing including the cloth furniture like mattresses and couches.

When you have finished the heat treatment, you should have an exterminator or bed bug treatment specialist re-inspect your home so you can make sure that bed bugs are no longer present to prevent re-infestation. Dealing with unwanted pests at home can be really frustrating but you need to be smart. Choose the best solution that are hard on pests but are safe for humans, pets and the environment.

 

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