The most common concern among customers is based on the false assumption that all bed bugs will vanish after the first session is done. Unfortunately, that is not the case. In some cases bed bug treatment is not a one-time deal, and long-term results can be achieved only after the procedure is repeated. How many times you will have to schedule a visit depends on the severity of the infestation.
Averagely, this happens by the third visit, although it may take less in case the number of bed bugs wasn’t massive in the first place.
Meanwhile, you shall be ready to undergo the bed bug removal process and its natural cycles, including:
- A few days after the initial treatment, bed bugs will typically show increased activity. Or else said: you will start seeing more of the tiny invaders lingering on the surface. That’s normal since the unaffected ones will begin migrating in search of safety and food.
- The speed and effectiveness of the treatment will greatly depend on the extent to which neighbouring environments are populated. These include bed, door, window frames, floorboards, carpeting, nearby closets, or items stored underneath the bed.
Put shortly: bed bug extermination does not happen instantly, and expecting otherwise would be unrealistic. Instead, you can trust an experienced bed bug removal company to provide the most suitable personalised solution for your case.