Bed Bug Treatment and Prevention in Nursing Homes and Care Facilities
Having an effective and affordable bed bug treatment plan is essential for any long term care facility in our area. Choose an experienced partner!
Detection, treatment, education and prevention go hand in hand when it comes to effectively dealing with a bed bug problem in a nursing home or assisted living facility. Canine inspections and custom tailored treatment plans coupled with educational seminars and preventative measures are KEY. This is the unfortunate reality in our area, and care facilities face an increasingly serious risk.
Bed Bugs in Nursing Homes
Extended stay care facilities are the truly perfect storm for a bed bug problem. There are risk factors at virtually every turn, and the fall out can be devastating. Whether your facility has hundreds of units or a cozy few, we scale and tailor our unique dog inspection and treatment strategies to be effective and affordable. From treatment and identifying the risk factors to preventative protocol, we cover all of the bases!
Our facility was trying to DIY, but failing despite our best efforts. This is definitely something that needs professional care. We should have called sooner.
Cleaning and throwing out all the common area furniture still left us with bugs in several patient rooms. We got a plan in place, train staff a few times a year and confirm the treatments with the dog. Highly recommend!
When we switched owners, we used a new company which failed miserably. Luckily we were able to get Sonny and his dog back in action and have had the situation under control ever since.
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We found Sonny through one of our employees, after he treated her home. In assessing her risk factors, our facility came up and sure enough, the dog found bugs. We had a literal firestorm in our staff. He got the situation under control and kept the panic at bay.
Unbeknownst to us, tenants in our assisted living had a bed bug issue in their unit. We found out through the grapevine when the senior center gave us the gossip. What a nightmare! We were able to quickly get a grip on the extent of the issue using canine inspections, and put together protocol for family and visitors come in, and for when new patients move in.