One way to discover bed bugs early on, even when there are maybe only a handful in an area of your home, is through canine detection. Canine inspections involve using a dog who has been specially trained to detect live if you have any bed bugs (or eggs) in your home. Bed bugs give off a distinctive smell. By using canine detection, you can prevent and/or eliminate bed bugs before an all-out infestation occurs.
In the Barrie area, GreenLeaf Pest Control can utilize canine detection to determine if you have bed bugs in your home. Not only does this type of detection discover if you have bed bugs in your bed or other furniture, but the specially trained dog can even ascertain whether or not bed bugs are living in baseboards or behind walls. If you want to discover whether you have bed bugs in Barrie
, before it becomes obvious due to an infestation, call GreenLeaf today.
Bed Bugs Barrie
- GreenLeaf Pest Control specializes in environmentally friendly pest control, including the eradication of bed bugs in Barrie, by focusing on changing and educating the way people perceive pest control today. Our mission is to provide an effective, proactive program that is preventive in approach and uses Integrated Pest Management (IPM) and our very own Environmental Pest Management (EPM) solutions. To learn more about GreenLeaf, call 416.998.9473, email email@example.com, or visit http://www.greenleafpestcontrol.com
Most people are aware that bed bugs are becoming an increasing problem across all of North America, including right here in Barrie. Bed bugs are coming into our homes, hospitals, schools, and other buildings at an alarming rate. Every time another bed bug story appears in the media, it is natural to wonder whether or not you might have bed bugs in your Barrie home. Although there are telltale signs, such as small brownish-red or black dots or smears on bed linens or even seeing bed bugs in the seams of your mattress, these signs are sometimes not very noticeable until there is an infestation. Many people would like to avoid getting to the point where bed bugs are so easily detected.