At 911 Bed Bugs, our exterminators use environmental-friendly thermal heat remediation technology to get rid of bed bugs effectively and rapidly. Thermal remediation, also known as bed bug heat treatment, is our choice in treatment process because:
- It kills bed bugs in all stages, from adults to eggs
- It does not release any odor
- You’ll be able to use your home shortly after the treatment is finished
- The process takes only single day and usually only single treatment is required.
Bed Bug Treatment Quote
Because many different factors affect the cost of providing heat treatments and eliminating bed bugs, including the degree of infestation, and the number and sizes of the rooms to be treated, we’ll provide you with a free, no-obligation quote once we analyze your individual situation.
How It Works
Why does heat treatment work effectively? Even bed bugs that have developed resistance to chemicals cannot survive heat. Whether your property is residential or commercial, our technicians will prep your room and once they place the heating unit, the room temperature will be raised above 130 degrees for over three hours. The temperature will be closely monitored to ensure that the heat reaches all the points in the room.
With thermal heat remediation treatment, there is no damage caused to the furniture, linens, bedding, baseboards, or carpeting. This method is highly effective in getting rid of bed bug infestations. Whether you are a homeowner, business owner or hotel manager, or anyone who is dealing with bed bug problems, heat treatment is a great choice to get rid of bed bugs once and for all.
What are the benefits of using 911 Bed Bugs heat treatment process?
- Less use of harmful pesticides
- Control of bedbugs within an area or room
- Kills pesticide-resistant bedbugs
- Complete elimination covering all the stages of bed bug’s life, including eggs, and adults
- In most cases, requires only a single treatment to get rid of the entire infestation
- Finds all bed bug hiding spots that cannot be reached by other treatment methods, such as pesticides
- Kills bed bugs that are hiding in sensitive items, such as in electronic equipments like computers, televisions, furniture, and delicate fabrics which can get damaged by pesticides
- A greener, more Eco-friendly approach to treating bed bug infestation