There is a variety of bed bug spray on the market. Although insecticides can help reduce your problem, they are not fully effective on their own. Combination spraying with insecticides, thoroughly clean and dust can greatly increase the effectiveness of insecticide sprays.
There are a variety of "green" bed bug sprays on the market as well. Just as insecticide sprays it should be used in addition to a thorough cleaning and vacuuming. The use bug bombs and foggers will not help your problem. This method can actually make the problem worse by spreading the parasite around. You can check our useful bed bug treatment to eliminate the bugs.
Call a professional exterminator to get rid of fleas is an ideal way to help remedy the situation. However, when you decide to ask for help, make sure the exterminator know how to correctly deal with bed bugs.
Exterminator, who has no experience or knowledge of what these pesky little bugs can do, potentially could make the problem worse by using chemicals. A bed bug infestation does not mean you have to get rid of your things. If you work hard to eliminate all traces of these annoying little insects, you can restore your home to its original state.