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Everything You Need To Know About Pest Management
There’s a saying that the prevention is always better than a cure. Practicing this thought saves us from a lot of effort, money, time, and trouble down the line. The same can be said for bedbugs too. It’s always better to take all the preventive measures available to ensure these pests do not pose a threat to your way of life. Otherwise, you would expose your body to harmful skin rashes and allergies. Plus, you would be sacrificing precious sleeping time when you leave these bedbugs to roam free in your mattress. If you don’t want that to happen, using an interception device can be of great assistance against these pests.
Basically, an interception device is designed to lure bedbugs away from your mattress where they can be safely eliminated. These devices use various materials to attract these insects before they can cause you any harm. As such, there are two types of bedbug interception devices you can use – passive and active.
First off, a passive interception device is simple in its purpose. They intercept bedbugs before they settle inside a mattress or as they are leaving it. These devices are installed under the frames of a bed or any furniture with upholstery. Once it has been installed, bedbugs that are climbing the exterior of a bed or an upholstered furniture will fall down into a well with slippery sides. This mechanism will then lead into a trap that will contain these bedbugs until you can safely get rid of them.
Passive interception devices require little to no maintenance for them to work well. You just need to clean the well and the trap container on a regular basis with soap and water to remove any trace of dirt. Plus, you just need to apply a lubricant on its slopes to ensure bedbugs won’t have anything to hold onto.
The other type, active interception, works by using certain attractants to lure bedbugs away from a mattress or furniture. The most common attractant used by active interception devices is carbon dioxide while other variations utilize heat and chemicals. Unlike the passive method, active interception devices are not installed but placed within 5 meters of a bed or a piece of furniture. Once it has lured bedbugs, the user can remove them from their home in an efficient manner.
Although these active interception devices are more modern, they are also much more expensive than passive methods. And speaking of passive devices, users have said they are much more reliable if you want to kill bedbugs efficiently. Since their design very simple, the execution of their purpose is impeccable and their results can’t be denied.
These two types of interception devices are great ways of preventing pesky bedbugs from affecting your sleep at night. If these devices fail, there’s always the option of calling on professionals from Jersey City Exterminators to help you against bedbugs. All it takes is one call and you can be sure these pests won’t trouble you again.
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