Heat Treatment

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Using thermal heat treatments is one of the best ways to eliminate bedbugs in your home. When you identify bedbugs in your home, you’ll have several options to try. Still, not all of these treatments are equal. Our company strongly recommends thermal heat treatments, because they’re safe, effective, and convenient.

Ultimately, heat is one of the most effective solutions for dealing with a bedbug infestation.

How Does Heat Work?

Heat treatments are designed to raise the temperature level in your home. Once the temperature reaches optimum levels, the bedbugs will die. They will not be able to survive. Bedbugs cannot survive hot temperatures, so it’ll kill them. In addition to this, you’ll find that the heat will easily penetrate cracks, crevices, holes, and outlets. It will kill bedbugs attempting to hide.

Heat can eliminate bedbugs and bedbug eggs by raising the temperatures up to 140-degrees. Once exposed to these temperatures, the bedbugs will die in hours. One of the best things about heat is that it isn’t going to expose your loved ones to any risks. In addition to this, you can rest assured knowing that it won’t destroy your belongings.

Heat Is The Most Effective?

Unfortunately, there are no fool-proof bedbug treatments. There is always a risk that something is going to happen and your bedbugs are going to survive. We’ve discovered that heat is one of the most effective ways to kill bedbugs. When exposed to these temperatures, bedbugs will need to escape, or they’ll perish.

We’ll do our best to make sure that the bedbugs get trapped in your home so they’ll be eliminated.

Actively Monitoring The Heat

We will make sure that you receive satisfactory results by maintaining temperatures of 140-degrees in your home. Your home will remain at 140-degrees for two hours or longer. Consistently maintaining this temperature guarantees that the bedbugs will die. Even if they’re hiding in your bed frame, our heat treatment will kill them.

Leaving Your Home

The only downside is that you will need to leave and stay away from your home. During the treatment, it is best to let the professionals deal with the issue. Make sure that you stay out of your home. In general, you’ll need to stay away from your home for 24 hours or less. Heat is more convenient because you can return to your home much sooner. Our professional exterminator will discuss your options with you and let you know what is going to happen every step of the way.

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