Bed Bug Heat Treatments

Revolutionary, Eco-Friendly Bed Bug Treatments

With Bed Bugs 911, you won’t have to pay for repeat bed bug treatments any longer. The Bed Bugs 911 revolutionary new heat treatment technology kills a bed bugs infestation with just one application, even the eggs. Your bed bug problem will be solved in just 6-8 hours!

Heat is proven to be the most successful bed bug removal method available. While bed bugs are becoming resistant to chemical bed bug treatments, they cannot escape the heat and will succumb to it in just 10-15 minutes of high-temperature exposure.

Bed Bugs 911 uses professional heaters provided by Convectex to perform the ultra-effective heat treatments that we are known for. You can count on dramatic results after just one treatment! The heat treatment starts by raising the temperature in the structure or room safely and quickly. Temperature ranges from 120-140 degrees and is held consistently for 6-8 hours. Bed bugs cannot survive in the heat and cannot escape by hiding inside furniture, under floors or even in the walls. The Bed Bugs 911 technicians are specially trained to inspect the area and administer the heat treatments to kill all the bugs without the need for residual chemical application, making it an eco-friendly alternative to traditional methods.

Every bed bug dead. Guaranteed.

 

Heat treatments kill bedbugs at every stage of the life cycle.

About Bed Bugs

Bed bugs are parasitic insects that survive solely on the blood of their sleeping victims. Bed bugs start as tiny, almost microscopic translucent eggs. Once hatched the nymphs appear yellow-white. As they grow, they turn brown. These insects can grow up to ¼ inch long. After feeding, the insect's body will swell and turn dark red. Bed bugs do not jump or fly but can move fairly quickly to remain hidden.

The First Sign of Bed Bugs

The first sign that you have a bed bug problem is usually unexplained bites or welts on your skin. Bed bug bites feel similar to mosquito bites and will often itch. In rare cases people may develop large raised welts. Bites often will appear on the victim's face, hands, back, arms and legs.

Where to Find Bed Bugs

Bed bugs prefer dark, warm and upholstered furniture, which is why they often first choose the bed. Bed bugs will then often spread to other parts of the room, especially as the population of bugs grows. Any part of the room or home is susceptible to bed bugs.

Still unsure if you have bed bugs in your home or business?

Call Bed Bugs 911 for a consultation with an expert!

 

Are you are ready to wake up from your bed bug nightmare?