Bed bugs are difficult to locate and get rid of once an infestation has been discovered. If you are having to deal with these pests, it is important to get rid of them. The good news regarding bed bug treatment is that it is possible to completely eliminate them, as long as you use required treatment. There are several different types of treatments. However, heat treatment is considered to be the best choice, especially for entire rooms and buildings, for many reasons, as the following list shows.
1Get all of them:
Bed bug heat treatment does not only get rid of bed bugs, but also the eggs and larvae.
2All it Takes is One
Once the pest exterminators show up with their equipment and get to work, all it will take is one heat treatment. It will only last for one day. Once they are done there will be no more bed bugs lingering around. There is no waiting for days or even weeks, to see results. Alternative bed bug treatment options can often take much longer to take effect than heat treatment.
If you are in the market for an environmentally friendly bed bug treatment, then you don’t need to look further than heat treatment. Heat-based bed bug treatment is completely eco-friendly. Not only that, bed bugs can become tolerant of chemicals, rendering chemical-based treatments useless. Since heat treatment is using heat, they cannot resist or develop an immunity to this form of bed bug treatment.
4Target Larger Areas
If you are dealing with a large area, then it is difficult to beat the efficiency of heat treatment. The entire room will be treated in contrast to one small targeted area. For business owners, this can be a major benefit.
As with any pest extermination project, heat treatment will take some preparations, before you can go forward with it. First and foremost, it should be done by a certified professional to ensure safety. As the name itself shows, heat treatment uses heat. The temperature of the room or area where the treatment is applied will be raised to around 50C (130F), by using special equipment. Since the temperatures get raised, obviously, you will need to remove some items to avoid damage. You should talk to the professional in charge of heat treatment before starting this form of bed bug treatment.
If you are ready to move forward with bed bug treatment, then it is time to consider a team that will give you an honest assessment of work involved as well as costs.
McDonald Pest Control will take a look at the variables involved and give you a fair price on bed bug treatment and eliminate these pests. Contact us at 727-734-0963 for more information about bed bug treatment and to schedule a no-cost consultation today.