Eliminate Bed Bugs for Good!
Are you treating your units for bedbugs? If so, you're probably using chemical treatments, heat treatments, steam treatments - maybe you are even bringing in dogs to detect bedbugs.
So why are the bedbugs still in your units?
Ask yourself the following questions:
  1. Have you had bedbugs for over 1 year?
  2. Are you tired of going to bedbug 101 seminars?
  3. Is your problem more widespread than a year ago?
  4. Are there units you are not renting for fear of bedbugs resurfacing?
  5. Do you wish your exterminator had a detailed plan for the eradication of your bedbugs?
  6. Do you wish your company had step-by-step protocols for your staff in dealing with all aspects of your bedbug problems?
  7. Do you wish you had a system to track every step of the bedbug service process?
If you answered "Yes" to any of the above questions, we have some bad news; your bedbugs are not going away anytime soon! The longer you have bedbugs, the longer it takes to get rid of them.
We have the SOLUTION for you!
General Pest Environmental Solutions can:
  1. Develop written step-by-step protocols for bedbug preparation, service and your employees in dealing with residents/customers.
  2. Develop a master service plan that will cover all aspects of the bedbug eradication process.
  3. We will install our "Night Track" system to ensure proper bedbug management at your property.
There are many different bedbug treatments, but only total building bedbug management will eradicate bedbugs from your property.

Feds Waking Up to Nightmare of Bedbugs The federal government is waking up to what has become a growing nightmare in many parts of the country - a bed bug outbreak.
State of illinois Department of Public Health takes action on Bed Bugs The Illinois Department of Public Health is seeing an increase in the number of calls from the public and from local health departments about bed bug infestations," said Dr. Damon T. Arnold, state public health director.
Bed Bugs On The Rise In Chicagoland Reports of bed bugs have been growing since the mid-1990's. Forty-three states - including illinois - reported serious infestations last year. CBS 2 Medical Editor Mary Ann Childers reports there could be blood-sucking bugs in your bed.