Miller Pest Control is a Des Moines, Iowa bed bug company offering a GREEN bed bug treatment that works better than heat. Our biggest advantage is that we offer limited customer prep. We can effectively treat your home without requiring you to spend your entire weekend washing every piece of clothing and flipping your life upside down. We provide bed bug control Des Moines services to commercial, residential, and industrial settings to the Des Moines, Ames, West Des Moines, Ankeny, and Urbandale areas.
We offer a warranty on all of our bed bug treatments. Our effective treatment will kill bed bugs effectively. Even with high infestations, you will not need to throw away any furnishings. Our bed bug control products are safe for children and pets. We offer “limited prep” service to 90% of our low to medium infested customers. If you spray any type of chemicals in your home for bed bugs, you are automatically considered a high infestation because of the fact bed bugs are now being repelled to many other places which makes it more difficult to treat. Find more details on identifying, detecting and removing bed bugs on our more informative Des Moines Bed Bug website, or contact Miller Pest & Termite to schedule a FREE inspection.
Reports from homeowners that used a Des Moines heat treatment include: Insulated windows now have moisture in between glass panes, doors won’t open or close, counters detaching from walls, cracks in the floor and/or are separating. Because bed bug extermination heat treatments are slow to heat the infested area, it can cause bed bugs to leave the open areas and drive them back behind walls, and between the ceiling or floors. Once temperatures are back to normal, the bed bugs can return to feed and return back to these new hiding spots where it’s more difficult to treat. Because of this, bed bugs can easily travel to adjacent apartments, townhouses, and condos. ALL owners should know this information to best set policies for these infested areas. Knowing this in advance can stop other units from becoming victim to these pests.
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