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Are you looking for a cost-effective, reliable, and convenient way to remove bedbugs from your home or business? While your options are plentiful, it is hard to beat heat treatments. Our extermination firm offers comprehensive bedbug removal services, including standard services and thermal heat treatments. We are confident that we’ll be able to find a plan that works great for you.
How Heat Kills Bedbugs
Heat is one of the most reliable ways to eliminate bedbugs in a home or apartment. The process is quick and easy for everyone involved since you won’t need to prepare extensively. Instead, you need to make sure that the exterminator can move through your home easily. Once you’ve done that, the exterminator will visit using a heat machine. They’ll use the machine to increase the temperature of the home to 140-degrees and they’ll keep it there for several hours.
Heat effectively penetrates cracks and gaps so it can kill bedbugs that are hiding in your home. With this treatment method, exterminators can kill bedbugs within a few hours. The only downside is that you’ll need to stay outside of the home until the procedure is complete.
Heat Is The Most Reliable Bedbug Treatment
Although there are other options to choose from, most pest control experts will agree that heat is the most reliable bedbug treatment. It offers immense benefits and will prove to be exceptionally effective. However, it is vital to understand that it is not fool-proof. To kill the bugs, they have to be exposed to these hot temperatures. There is always a chance that the bugs are going to find a way to exit the heat.
They may leave your home using small gaps and cracks. If this happens, they won’t be exposed to the heat and they’ll survive. Our exterminators will prevent this from happening by sealing these cracks before turning on the heating system.
Monitoring The Heat
We’ll make sure that the bugs are removed from your home. To do that, we’ll need to keep a close eye on the temperatures in your home. We should maintain 140-degrees for two hours or longer to guarantee complete extermination. The exterminator will carefully watch the temperatures to make sure the bugs are removed.
Although heat treatments are a great option, there is one minor con. When you pick this method, you will agree to stay outside of the home until the exterminator has finished. The extreme heat could create problems, but it is unlikely. Still, we believe it is best to keep our clients safe, so we’ll ask you to stay elsewhere.
Heat treatments can tackle the problem without causing harm to the environment, our exterminator, you, or your pets. In addition to this, it shouldn’t damage your belongings or your home. If you have any questions about the heat treatment procedure, contact our local office. A qualified pest control exterminator will tell you more about this reliable service
Furthermore, contact us to schedule an appointment and a free quote today.