Not only are heat treatments extremely effective at killing bed bugs, it is a process that is all natural. There are no leftover residuals, no release of gasses, and no impact on the ecosystem.
A bed bug heat treatment will kill those bugs in hours, not weeks. While chemicals can be an effective and safe way to eradicate bed bugs, using chemicals requires follow-up visits, and usually retreatments. If you choose to go with a heat treatment, you bed bug infestation will be treated in a few hours, on a specific day. And, since you will only be gone from your home for a few hours, you won't have to worry about spending money on a hotel. Not only is that an expense you can do without, it could open you up to another infestation!
When your heat treatment is done, you can move back in immediately. There is no wait for chemicals to dissipate or tents to be taken down.
Heat treatments kill bed bugs in all stages of development, including eggs. If you hire a pest control company to do a fumigation, it is possible that bed bug eggs can survive exposure to the fumigants.
A bed bug heat treatment treats the entire structure and everything inside. You won't have to throw clothing away or get rid of any of your stuff.
Adjacent areas don't have to be evacuated during a heat treatment. That means untargeted areas of a business can continue operation even while a treatment is being done.
If you've discovered a bed bug infestation in your home or business, call Moyer Pest Control for fast and effective remediation of these frustrating pests. Our team is standing by to assist.