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Bedbug Fumigating

Bedbug fumigating used to be a rare form of treatment in london until about fifteen years ago. Fumigating treatments have become a more common practice nowadays due to the amount of travelling that we are able to do around the world. It is only carried out as a last resort in large infestations of bed bugs. This is because of the disruption that may be caused to the property owner. Because the chemicals used in fumigating are a lot stronger and more dangerous to both humans and pets, the property will have to be vacated during and after the treatment for a number of hours. Fumigating for bed bugs to get rid of a bed bug infestation is very effective as the micro particles that are dispersed in to the air in a property, get into every crack and crevice in walls, floors and even through the wallpaper, to kill off any bed bugs and their eggs.

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