If you and your exterminator have struggled to get rid of bed bugs, you don't want to see them come back. It won't take much for them to come back and for you to have a full blown infestation again. Your exterminator can give you some suggestions as to how you can keep the pesky little bugs from coming back.
One way you can help to keep them from coming back is to make sure that you have sealed off every mattress and box spring in your house. Sealing them off means that if there are still any bed bugs in the mattress, despite their best efforts, they can't get out and to you. If you cut off their food source, they aren't going to live for very long. Likewise, if one manages to get to your house, they won't be able to get into your mattress or box springs, so they can't get overly comfy, in your mattress. If they don't have anywhere they can live, they aren't going to be happy. The covers are easy to find, and all you have to do is slip them on the mattress and box spring and zip them up.
Portable Heating Chamber
Bed bugs don't like heat. That's why running things through a heater on high heat can help get rid of them. As long as the dryer is on high heat, it should get hot enough to handle the problem. However, there are things that you might not be able to put into your dryer, but you think may have bed bugs. If so, you are going to want to have some kind of option to get rid of them. There are small heating chambers that you can put those things in. The chambers can get hot enough that they will kill the bed bugs and any eggs. The nice thing about these chambers is that they are portable, so you can store it somewhere out of the way, when you aren't using it or do need it.
If you and your exterminator have put a lot of time and money into finally getting rid of an infestation, you want to make sure that you aren't going to get them again. You can talk to the exterminator and ask them what they suggest you do to prevent bed bugs. For more information, contact a company like Quality Pest Control.