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Do you or any of your partners provide seniors with help to get rid of bed bugs?

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Is there temporary housing available to seniors while their home is being treated to eradicate bed bugs? If so, how do I get in touch with them?

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No. There is no temporary housing, but the nursing home might provide respite care, for a few days. It is probably $150 per day.

I guess they have already told you how hard bedbugs are to get rid of. Good luck.
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Actually, the extermination process means you leave all your stuff in the house or else you are taking the bugs with you. Fumigation is a short process 24-48 hours and you are back in. It helps if there is not a lot of clutter, cardboard boxes or piles of clothing.
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