Client Name: ______________________ Unit Number (If applicable):__________ Preparation Complete by: ____________________ Date:_____________________________ In order for our company to provide the most effective service possible, we ask that before our arrival your review and complete all the necessary steps listed below. Please complete and return this form to the scientific pest control technicians when they arrive on the site. If you fail to complete the following requests it may delay the treatment and potentially void and guarantee if applicable. Scientific Chemical Free Pest Control Pesticide treatment preparation. Email [email protected] Fax : 780-756-0503 Phone :780-756-7378 Website: www.safe-pco.com Bed room In your bedrooms: Move all furniture at least 2 feet away from the walls so treatment can be applied to the base boards. Remove all linens and blankets from bed and put in plastic bags for washing. Remove all clothing and items from floors, drawers, and the bottom of closets (hanging can remain). Please wash all infested laundry in hot water/dryer (All recently used items including bedding). Take clothing and other belongings out of all drawers, nightstands, tables, closets, wardrobes and similar storage areas and launder as per directions located at the end of this page. Ensure all garments are transported from the infested area in sealed bags or containers when transporting to the laundry facility to prevent spreading of the bed bugs and their eggs to non-infested areas. Discard plastic bags used to transport items immediately in an exterior garbage bin. Any loose clothing (garments found outside of a dresser, under the bed or closet) must be bagged and laundered as per laundry Directions. Discard p plastic bags used of for transportation of these items into an exterior garbage bin. Remove all bedding and pillows. Place in bags and take to the laundry room where they can be placed directly into the washing machine using hot water and /or placed into the dryer. Vacuum the floor extensively. Remove the vacuum bag immediately and discard in an exterior garbage receptacle. Articles under the beds provide and ideal place for bed bugs to hide. All clothing or garments must be bagged and laundered. Larger items that were previously sorted under the bed should not be moved as bed bugs may be relocating into other areas of the structure. Pry baseboards away from walls where possible or when instructed by the scientific service technician. Living Room Move all furniture at least 2 feet away from the walls to enable treatment to be applied to baseboard perimeters. Heavy wall units may remain and we will work around them. Couches and chairs must be accessible to technicians – do not cover with sheets or items. Remove all clothing and items from the bottom of broom, storage, and linen closets and place these items in the center of a room. These items do not require covering over unless they contain dishes or food. Birds and pets must be removed from the premises, and fish tanks (if any) must be covered and the motors turned off, to prevent any possibility of poisoning. Children’s toys should be placed in plastic bags or covered toy boxes. Don’t place items on beds, sofas and/or chairs as our technicians will need access to them for a spray along the seams. Re-entry Ensure that fresh linen is placed on all beds. Do not wash any of the baseboards or bed frames for a period of at least six weeks. The pesticide has residual Effects lessened by washing. Regular vacuuming should be done because cleanliness and sanitation is a vital part of eradication and successful treatment. Birds and pets must be removed from the premises, and fish tanks (if any) must be covered and the motors turned off, to prevent any possibility of poisoning. You and your pets to vacate the premises during the service and to not re-enter until at least 4 hours after treatment. Where pregnancies, allergies, illnesses or other unusual circumstances occur, occupants may wish to remain out of the premises for periods longer than those indicated above. Person with underlying health conditions should consult their family physician where they have concerns regarding re-entry time.