There's only one way to completly get rid of bed bugs in just one day. It's very effective, safe and actually kills all viruses and bacteria as a bonus. What is this miracle cure for bed bugs? Heat remediation or whole home heat treatment! Continue reading to find out what heat remediation is and how you can utilize it for your own home.
What is heat remediation?…
Heat remediation is when a structure and all it's contents, minus items that may be damaged or dangerous, are sealed off and heat is applied to the entire area for no less than 1-2 hours. This type of bed bug treatment requires large heaters to reach the required kill temperatures needed. The heaters will be electric, propane, diesel or kerosene. Many expensive high temp fans circulate the clean dry heat around the area being treated for bed bugs. If enough fans are not used in the heat bed bug treatment it will ultimately fail. Heat remediation for bed bugs must always be performed by a professional. Failing to use professional help will cause bed bugs to spread to all other areas and possibly start a fire. Heat by itself is not enough to kill bed bug infestations. Turning up the heat in your home, "no matter how", will never work either.
Bed bug heat treatment. A bed bug heat treatment or rather a remediation heat treatment, is the best choice for quick bed bug control and incredible efficiency for heavier bed bug invasions. It is likewise the favored strategy when somebody needs bed bugs eliminated rapidly, as it commonly just requires one round of a bed bug treatment, rather than a few rounds of treatments for bed bugs like all other bed bug treatment options take. Dead Bug Walkin LLC brings indirect fired bed bug heaters that remain outdoors and heats your space to a temperature of 140-150°F. Bed bugs can't make due in any life stage in these temperatures, so the whole bed bug invasion is wiped out.
In the event that you have a more extreme instance of bed bugs, or you need bed bugs eliminated promptly, this is the best treatment alternative for you. Heat treatments can be performed in just about any enclosed space including, apartment suites, family homes and businesses, organizations, storage, etc. There are approaches to treat with heat in huge structures by dividing regions or utilizing multiple heaters and high temp fans. If there's a way to treat for bed bugs with heat we've probably already done it before. We have incredible amounts of experience because servicing for bed bugs is all we do at Dead Bug Walkin LLC.
Quick kill temp needed…
Not all heat treatments are created equal. The most ideal approach to heat treat is by getting the heat to all the bed bugs and eggs immediately and getting them hot enough for a considerable length of time. This should be possible best in two productive manners, either by heating up a home in areas or heating it up room by room. Most heat treatments are done with electric, gas or diesel heaters. Electric takes more time to get to a kill temp than gas or diesel heaters do. Getting to a kill temp rapidly is important on the off chance that you have bed bugs moving ceaselessly from the heat. Shock is our partner. We utilize indirect fired diesel heaters that help us to rapidly get to the required temperature and push clean hot air just into the home with 0% of exhaust going into the home.
The benefits of an effective heat treatment…
• Keep the entirety of your beds, sofas, seats and furniture.
• Just 1 treatment or administration required in practically all cases.
• Green Pest Control.
• Spares you emotional trauma & anxiety from an infestation continuing.
• Safe for your family and pets.
• Accompanies guarantee normally with most companies. (We have a free warranty that comes with our whole home heat bed bug treatments).
• Permits you to getting back to typical life rapidly.
• Has demonstrated history of high success. (Our rate of heat treatment success is 99%).
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