Heat Treatment Bed Bug Control & Extermination

Most bedbug extermination treatments are extremely tedious, require multiple visits, a significant amount of preparation, and use insecticides to control the situation. Bedbugs are growing increasingly resistant, and there are fewer treatment alternatives as regulator restrictions have diminished many chemical options. However, with the use of our four step process a bedbug infestation can be eliminated in a matter of hours, without the use of chemicals, allowing homes and businesses to resume normal daily use. Our four step process is prep, vacuum, heat, and steam.

Heat Treatment is ideal for homes and commercial businesses such as:

  • Hotels & Motels
  • Residential Homes
  • Nursing Homes
  • Apartment Communities
  • College Dorms
  • Summer Camps
  • Furniture Rental Stores
  • Vacation Beach House Rentals
  • Condominium & Cluster Homes
  • Churches
  • Hospitals

Bring Heat:

Powered by a generator bedbug heaters are placed within the space; introducing and re-circulating heated air with a target temperature not to exceed 135 degrees F.

Move Air:

High temperature fans move heated air throughout the space to reach bedbugs in cracks and crevices or high infestation zones.

Advantages to heat treatment:

  • Heat Treatment works where chemicals fail. No toxic fumes, no residue.
  • Kills every life stage from egg to adult in a matter of hours.
  • Infested items will not need to be thrown away.

Heat Treatment is a proven non-chemical method of killing bedbugs. All life stages (adult, larva, and eggs) die within minutes at a temperature of 120 degrees F. Using 460 volt electric heaters powered by a trailer mounted diesel generator. Heat Treatment introduces temperatures greater than 120 degrees F(lethal temperature) and less than 140 degrees F (content damaging temperature).

Heat Treatment monitors temperatures in real time with 24 wireless sensors placed in treated areas to ensure lethal temperatures are reached throughout the area and its contents. High temperature fans are positioned to move the heated air throughout the space, through mattresses, baseboards, cracks and crevices.