Can I Get Rid Of Bed Bugs Myself?

Maybe. There are a few factors that go into whether you may be able to handle the problem yourself or not:

  1. How bad is the problem and how long has it been there? Typically, the longer a bed bug infestation has been there, the more bed bugs there are and the more places they may be hiding in.
  2. How old is the structure? In some cases, older structures may be more more difficult to get rid of bed bugs in because there may be more hiding places.
  3. How big is the structure? The bigger the building, the harder it is to treat for bed bugs.
  4. Are you fairly handy? If the problem isn't out of control and the structure isn't too old and/or big, you may be able to take a shot at it yourself and save a lot of money.

The fact is that there are tools available for almost anyone to chase down a bed bug problem themselves. A bed bug kit is a great place to start if you know you have bed bugs. Always read the labels and follow the directions exactly for the best - and safest - results. If you're not sure if you have bed bugs, start out with bed bug traps, which will help you not only know if you have bed bugs, but where they are if you do. These tools can save you a bunch of cash, as bed bug treatment by professional exterminators can be pretty expensive.

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