Unfortunately, many people today are still under the assumption bed bugs only migrate to dirty and cluttered places. Therefore, if you keep your home clean, you are off the radar. All it takes is spending a night in an infested hotel room or sitting on a neighbor’s infested couch. Bed bugs are excellent hitchhikers, will latch right onto your shoes or clothing, and ride you right back to your residence, where they will make a permanent home. Just because the home is clean when they get there, it doesn’t mean they’ll go elsewhere.
They are going to nestle inside your luggage, even if you take more precautions. These troublesome invaders have completely evolved from what they once were. Chemicals and pesticides that used to be an effective means of pest management are no longer working. This and the fact, these bugs are wittier than ever. It does not take a genius to see the need for new, innovative pest management solutions. This could be exactly where our heat treatments help.
How Does Thermal Heat Kill Bed Bugs?
Thermal heat extermination is a type of pest solution that our Philadelphia exterminators utilize to eradicate a variety of pest species, including bed bugs. Once your property has been assessed and a bed bug infestation was indeed confirmed. We can use thermal extermination to eliminate all adult bed bugs, nymphs, larvae, and eggs from the property.
We begin the process by bringing in special heaters and placing them strategically throughout your property. They will only be placed in areas where the bugs are suspected. This state-of-the-art equipment is designed to raise the temperature in a specific room to 118 to 130 degrees Fahrenheit. Bed bugs simply cannot stand up to these extreme levels of heat. When exposed to these levels of heat for a constant ninety minutes, their internal organs will liquefy.
The Most Effective Solution Available Today
When it comes right down to it, our thermal heat extermination is without a doubt one of the most effective bed bugs treatments we offer today. This is because it not only kills bed bugs at all stages of the life cycle, but also penetrates behind various surfaces, such as wood, plastic, and thin metal. This is where conventional pesticides fail.
Whether bed bugs are hiding behind wallpaper, baseboards, or deep in your mattresses, it won’t matter because thermal heat will kill them. With heat treatment, there are only two options, bed bugs either escape the home or die.
Properly Monitoring The Home During Treatment
When utilized right, thermal heat treatment can be extremely effective. The biggest factor here is the constant heat. Bed bugs must be exposed to at least 118-degree temperatures for 39 to 90 minutes on a consistent basis. There must be little to no faltering or fluctuation. If the temperature is constantly dropping down and up, the treatment can be rendered ineffective. Therefore, along with our high-tech heaters, we utilize innovative monitors to maintain consistent temperatures.
These monitors allow our techs to sufficiently monitor and maintain the temperature in the infected property. If for any reason the temperature drops, our pest control experts will be immediately notified. So, we can make the necessary alterations to bring the temperature back up to 118 degrees Fahrenheit.
How Our Bed Bug Thermal Heat Treatment Works
Our thermal heat treatment is initiated with a visual inspection. The main purpose of the inspection is to determine if the property is truly infested with bed bugs. We make this determination by determining if bed bugs are present during the inspection. If bed bugs are detected by the inspector, it will be necessary to determine the severity of the infestation.
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Understanding Our Bed Bug Thermal Heat Treatments In Philadelphia, PA
If you have ever dealt with bed bugs you probably already know what a hassle they can be. Not only do they cause tons of mental distress, but also they are even harder to eliminate. And, this is not to even mention the fact that they have grown in population in the city of Philadelphia. More and more infestations are being reported throughout the area and this has local residents in a tizzy. However, this is exactly why we have added thermal heat treatments to our arsenal of bed bugs eradication tools. Heat is certainly one of the safest and most effective ways to eliminate bed bugs from any home or office.
Why Would You Choose Heat?
Amongst all the bed bug treatments out there, heat is without a doubt your very best option. We truly believe in that statement and that’s why we are willing to stand behind it. Our heat treatments are extremely effective, they won’t damage anything in the home, they are completely toxic free. Plus, they are fast. When you combine this with the fact that they can eliminate a whole home infestation in just one day, it is clear that heat is one of your best options.
How Does Our Heat Treatments Work?
While heat treatments are extremely effective, the whole concept behind the process is fairly simple. Bedbugs simply cannot tolerate being exposed to excessively hot temperatures. When this happens, the bugs are going to die. This is why we believe that heat is really one of the best solutions for anyone dealing with annoying bedbugs. By relying on us and our heat solutions, you can guarantee that your bedbugs will be eliminated before you know it.
How Effective Are Our Treatments
Our heat treatments are extremely effective and there are only a few rare cases when bed bugs might reappear in the home. There are some rare cases in which the bedbugs will be able to escape the heat. For starters, they might be able to exit the home before they perish. If this happens, there is a slim chance that the bedbugs are going to return to your home in the near future. Don’t worry, because we’ve already thought it out.
We know how to entrap the bedbugs to ensure that they’re not able to escape. We’ll make sure that your problem is eliminated for once and all! Heat is the best choice and we offer the best heat treatments in your city.
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