Payne Pest Management Inc. is a full service pest control company offering pest management to commercial and residential properties in San Diego, Orange, Riverside, Los Angeles and Ventura Counties.

All About Military Housing Fumigations

Bed bugs in Orange County may be a problem no matter what kind of room you wake up in every morning. This is why Payne Pest Management is prepared to provide pest control in every type of housing arrangement. Keep reading to learn all about military housing fumigations.

At Payne Pest Management we are proud to service a multitude of military properties as a small business certified pest control service. We operate according to local ordinance, state law, and federal law, and work to not only treat current issues but also prevent future infestations from occurring. We are happy to make use of non-chemical treatments including monitoring elements as well as rodent, termite, and pest traps instead of pesticide use in order to avoid contaminating any living spaces.

For more information about military housing fumigations please call Payne Pest Management or visit our website. We are an Orange County pest control company that specializes in rodent and termite control. Would you like more information about our termite and rodent control services? Visit our website or call us at (877) 365-5629 to learn more today.

Answers to Your Questions About Bed Bug Treatment

Although bed bugs are not typically dangerous, their infestations are a prominent cause for pest control services in Orange County. Unlike termites and rodents, bed bugs live off of the blood they consume from humans, which is unsettling to many. Here are the answers to a few of your questions about bed bug treatment.

How Do I Know if I Have Bed Bugs?
You typically know if you are in need of termite control services if your wooden structures show signs of deterioration, and you will likely call a rodent control company if you see a mouse. Bed bugs, on the other hand, are a bit more difficult to spot. However, you may notice their droppings or their exoskeletons that they leave behind after molting. If you smell a musty odor in your bedroom or sleeping area, this may also be an indication that you have bed bugs .

Where Might I Find Them?
Although bed bugs have previously been associated with dirty living spaces and third world countries, they can now be found in any kind of home, apartment, or hotel in countries all over the world. Bed bugs prefer to live within the vicinity of your sleeping area; they may live inside mattresses, box springs, pillows, or headboards. They may also live within other items that are near to your sleeping area like your alarm clock or your nightstand.

Can I Get Rid of Them?
Your bed bug infestation will not last forever. Call your pest control professional immediately after you notice that you have bed bugs in order to begin your treatment process. Treatment typically involves the safe use of insecticide in order to eliminate the pests. Bed bug bites can be treated with antihistamines and antiseptic creams.

Do you still have questions about bed bug treatment? Call the pest control professionals at Payne Pest Management at (877) 365-5629. We are among the most efficient pest control companies in the Orange County area. If you would like to learn more about our termite and rodent control services please feel free to visit our website or stop in and meet with us today.

Preventing Bed Bugs When You Travel

( "Bed Bug Proof" Your Travel Plans from Joelle Garguilo on Vimeo).

Bringing back souvenirs from your vacation can be fun, but not when you bring back bed bugs in San Diego. Watch this video to find out how to prevent bed bugs when you travel.

Start by using a hard shell suitcase instead of fabric, since they are less likely to submit to an infestation. Although your first instinct may be to walk into your hotel room and place your luggage on your bed, it is actually better off being stored in the bathtub. Look around the bed area for any evidence of bed bugs before lying down; this includes bed bugs themselves as well as fecal spotting.

If you accidentally pick up bed bugs, call Payne Pest Management at (877) 365-5629. Our pest control company is proud to serve the San Diego area with termite, bed bug, and rodent control. Feel free to visit our website to learn more about our fumigation services.

Bed Bug Treatment Options for Multi-Family Homes

Regardless of what kind of home you live in, you may never be completely immune to bed bugs in San Diego or any other city. Bed bugs may jump into your suitcase, grocery bag, or purse at any point and take a ride back to any kind of home. Here is a look at a few bed bug treatment options for multi-family homes.

Chemical Treatment
One of the most prominent methods of dealing with bed bugs is chemical treatment. Professional pest control services will typically perform bed bug treatment using insecticides, and in many cases they will use a combination of multiple pesticides in order to complete the job. Pesticide treatment should be very carefully planned and labels should be analyzed thoroughly so that only approved chemicals are used; this is especially important when it comes to treating things like sleeping surfaces where human contact will be made.

Non-Chemical Treatment
The ideal bed bug infestation treatment will involve the use of both chemical and non-chemical treatments. Vacuums, steam cleaners, and thermal treatments are popular forms of non-chemical treatment for bed bugs. While vacuums and steam cleaners are effective in removing bed bugs as well as their waste, extreme heat or cold can help to eliminate the infestation; they may be killed by freezing at 23 degrees Fahrenheit for 5 days or overheating at 120 degrees Fahrenheit for just 2 hours.

Follow Up
Since bed bugs are known for their thorough infestations, a follow up treatment is always necessary. This should take place two weeks after the initial treatment and should be as intensive as the treatment itself. If any signs of bed bugs are discovered, the treatment processes should be repeated once again.

For more information about bed bug treatment options for multi-family homes feel free to call Payne Pest Management at (877) 365-5629. We are happy to serve the San Diego area with commercial and residential pest control as well as bed bug, termite, and rodent control. Please do not hesitate to visit our website to learn more about our fumigations and pest control services today.

Spotlight on Cockroach Infestations

Finding cockroaches in Orange County is not typically a positive experience. Fortunately there are ways to prevent this from occurring, and there are also methods of pest control that you or a professional fumigation service can use to eliminate your unwanted guests. Read on as we put the spotlight on cockroach infestations.

Housing Cockroaches
Cockroaches do not need much to survive; they can thrive in the presence of food, water, and shelter, as long as it is warm. Although it is not a determining factor, leaving food out around the house may sweeten the deal for these pests. They are just as likely to infest high quality hotels and clean estates as they are to make a home in a run-down building or small apartment. It is wise to take a walk around your house and seal any gaps that you may come across near doors, windows, or pipes.

Home Pest Control
The first thing that you should do in the event that you find cockroaches in your home is make your house less appealing. You can start by eliminating their shelter; get rid of any cardboard boxes, piles of newspaper, or paper bags that these pests can use to hide. You can also lie out adhesive strips that trap the roaches. Strips that have caught more cockroaches tend to be closer to their nesting place, which helps you find the core of their infestation.

Professional Fumigation and Pest Control
If your cockroach infestation appears to be in an advanced stage, do not hesitate to call a professional pest control service. Pest control professionals can provide additional expertise as well as effective fumigation services that can help end your infestation for good.

Payne Pest Management is happy to serve the Orange County area with high quality termite, rodent, and pest control. If you are interested in learning more about our bed bug treatment and fumigation services, please feel free to visit our website or call us at (877) 365-5629. You can also stop in and meet with us today if you live in the area.

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