Bed bugs are some of the most notorious pests in homes and some commercial facilities on account of how difficult they are to eradicate. A tried and tested method of doing so is through vacuuming. A high quality vacuum cleaner can be used to suck both the adults and the eggs in a heavily infested area, drastically reducing the population of bed bugs in the region.

To be effective, this procedure has to be done strategically. Bed bugs tend to hide in nooks and crannies, and these areas need to be focused on after vacuuming other areas of the house. A powerful handheld vacuum cleaner is ideal for these situations since a standard one may not be able to get to some of the hard to reach areas.

Once the vacuuming is done, emptying of the vacuum bag should also be done carefully. Emptying the bag close to the house only causes the bed bugs to crawl back into the house and start reproducing. Within a short time, you will have the same infestation again.

It is recommended that vacuuming should be done in conjunction with other methods of bed bug eradication to ensure maximum effect. Even if you are sure that all the bed bugs and their eggs are removed, the use of insecticides that are effective against bed bugs should be used just in case. EcoRaider® is effective against bed bugs, but it is also eco-friendly. This ensures that it will not cause undue harm to occupants of the house, including pets.