Orkin Canada offers protection and peace of mind
Stop worrying about bed bugs today with the Orkin Canada bed bug certified mattress protectors.
Specially Designed Mattress Protectors
To protect your family and your investment in bedding from bed bugs, Orkin Canada is happy to provide bed bug certified mattress and box spring encasements. Our collection is waterproof, breathable, non-allergenic, fire retardant and impermeable to dust mites, mould, bacteria and, of course, bed bugs. This luxurious fabric is soft to the touch while conforming to fit any mattress.
Since adult bed bugs can live for over a year after feeding, customers are advised to leave the encasements on their mattress for 18 months or longer. With this lengthy quarantine period in mind our encasements offer a unique Duo System consisting of a superior Total Mattress Encasement plus the “Simplistic” Overlay Topper with corner anchor bands, thus enabling the removal of the topper for laundering or when maintenance is required. The Duo System provides an extra layer of comfort and also allows for the option of flipping the mattress anytime during the quarantine period.
Easy to Care For
For easy care, simply wipe down or vacuum the surface to eliminate dust mites and their allergens between washings. Made of a comfortable stretch fabric and joined to our unique light weight barrier our mattress protectors are easily laundered in a hot water wash with regular detergent and a non-chlorine bleach. Use air fluff to dry or medium heat, permanent press cycle.
BENEFITS OF MATTRESS AND BOX SPRING ENCASEMENTS
Protect and Salvage Your Expensive Investment in Bedding
A minimal investment in these mattress encasements can prevent the loss of and heavy costs of replacement items.
Address Early Detection of Infestation
By applying these mattress and box spring encasements before any signs of infestation, you will minimize the available areas for bed bugs to nest and lay eggs as well as provide the means for an easy detection of the presence of bed bugs.
Prevent Initial Infestation in Mattress and Box Springs
At least 70% of bed bugs colonize the mattress and infrastructure of the box springs. If there is an infestation, these encasements eliminate the opportunity for bed bugs to find a home.
Stop Bed Bugs From Spreading
When trapped inside these encasements, bed bugs and hatchlings are subjected to starvation and prevented from escaping and spreading.
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