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How does heat treatment kills bed bugs?

What are bed bugs and what can heat do to them

Bed bugs are skilled hitchhikers. They do not fly, but they can move quickly over floors, walls, and ceilings. The bed bug feeds, then retreats back to its place of harbourage for days or even weeks before coming back out. This can make detection difficult until the infestation is well established. These insects have behavioral patterns that help them avoid all of our attempts to exterminate them and adaptive physiology that allows them to produce offspring that are resistant to insecticides. But heat treatments combat these natural defense mechanisms.

How to detect these egg-laying monsters

Proper bed bug control requires a watchful eye. Many bed bug killer measures can leave a false sense of security when it comes to fighting bed bugs.

Why do we need to kill bed bugs?

Bed bug infestations are frustrating because they’re nearly impossible to treat. And there’s even a not-so-flattering social stigma attached as well. But you don’t have to resort to extremes like spraying harsh chemicals or even ingesting bed bug pills. To exude bed bug pesticides from your skin. While they can be effective–bed bugs feeding on ivermectin-laced blood die within three hours–chemical treatments pose health concerns.

HEAT. The Cost-effective and Eco-friendly

The most effective eco-friendly bed bug solution available is heat treatment.   When you have a heat treatment for bed bugs you don’t have to wonder if the treatments worked. Heat treatment brings the overall temperature of the affected area up to 118 degrees Fahrenheit for at least 90 minutes. The heat destroys any bugs that have infested your home, as well as their eggs.

When to call for help?

An infestation of bed bugs can be spotted by the presence of small blood stains on the sheets, a characteristic odor and, of course, live bugs. If you are starting to see these bugs in your home or in office… it’s time to get help.

If you think you have bed bugs, contact us immediately at (438) 728-1947 or email us at [email protected] Specialists will help you with the best treatment solution.

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