Preparation Checklist for Bed Bug Treatments
Please note: Bed bug treatments are not guaranteed.
All food items should be either placed in the refrigerator, in a cupboard or in a sealed container (zip lock bag, plastic, glass or metal container). It’s important that food items are not left out during the treatment.
Furniture needs to be pulled away from the walls. Shelving and cabinets (to include bedside tables, desks, etc.) need to be emptied to allow treatment. Mattresses and box springs need to be stripped. The floors and perimeter areas of the unit need to be free from debris (i.e. piles of newspapers, magazines or any general clutter).
There will be circumstances in which mattresses, box springs, and other pieces of furniture may need to be disposed of. We will specify if something is untreatable (urine-soaked mattresses, defecation on mattresses and box springs, etc.) The necessary actions will be discussed to remedy the situation. Once the specified item or situation is corrected, the treatments can be conducted. For locations under commercial management, we will report these situations to the property managers as they occur. Before residents or management throw anything away please consult with us regarding secure disposal measures.
We will treat any mattresses, box springs, bed frames and all other affected areas with pesticides labeled for the target pest and as appropriate.
All people and pets must stay out of the unit or home being treated for a period of four hours after the treatment is done.
Follow up treatments may be conducted after the initial treatment, based on
the predetermined scope of service. These preparations will need to be repeated for any follow up treatment conducted.
Limitation of Liability
Regal Pest Control will not be responsible for the following:
1) Expenses related to the replacement of linen, upholstery, furniture, mattress, soiling or any other damages or related cost due to the services.
2) Expenses related to medical evaluation or treatment for bites associated with bedbugs.
3) Damages or expenses for any claim of personal injury related to an infestation of bedbugs.
4) Loss of income claimed to be related to any bed bug bites or associated illnesses.