Bedbug Heat Treatment: The Most Effective Treatment Available

Say Goodbye to Bedbugs

If you’ve noticed signs of bedbugs around your home, there are a few things you can do to prevent the situation from getting worse. To eliminate your infestation issue as quickly as possible, call our exterminators to schedule a bedbug heat treatment. This is the most effective solution available on the market, and will help you get rid of your bedbug problem fast.

What to Look For

Step One: Call Us

If you’re a homeowner, call us as soon as possible. If you are a tenant, get in touch with your landlord so that he or she can take the necessary steps. If you’re unsure whether or not the specimen you’ve found is a bedbug, send us a photo of the insect so we can help you identify it.

Step Two: Inspection

A technician will come perform a visual and canine inspection. Based on the canine inspection, he’ll give you a free estimate.

Canine Inspection

For our inspections, we work with an independent company certified in canine bedbug detection.

  • Canine inspections are 98% effective on average.
  • Dogs are trained to detect bedbugs at all stages of development (egg, nymph, adult). 
  • Prices vary depending on how long the dog handler spends on the premises.

Step Three: Heat Treatment

Bedbug heat treatment: a highly effective eco-friendly solution without pesticides that requires a minimum amount of preparation. This is the best treatment available on the market, and our services are guaranteed.

Step Four: Come Home

Once the treatment is done, you can return to your home the same day and go on to pursue your regular daily activities.

Step Five: Follow-Up Treatment

Our pest control specialists will schedule a follow-up treatment at a later date. The dog handler will come back to perform another on-site inspection to confirm that the treatment has been successful.

Canine Inspection

Heat Treatment

Why Choose a Heat Treatment Over a Pesticide Treatment?

Heat Treatment

  • Bedbugs cannot survive high temperatures (50°C to 60°C), regardless of their stage of development 
  • On average, a single treatment takes around 8 to 10 hours to complete. You can return home the same day
  • 100% eco-friendly and safe for human health
  • Requires very little preparation

Pesticide Treatment

  • Bedbugs are adaptable, and can become pesticide resistant

  • Several treatments are required (at least 2), during which time you will be required to leave your home for the day 

  • A generous amount of pesticide is applied to mattresses, bed bases, and other areas that are conducive to infestation

  • A great deal of preparation is involved; you’ll need to wash and dry all cloth and textiles at a high temperature and then seal everything for several weeks

What to Look For if You Think You Might Have Bedbugs

  • Unusual redness or swelling on the body
  • Specks of blood on your sheets
  • Tiny black spots (bedbug feces) near the edges and corners of your mattress
  • You’ve seen physical bedbugs or eggs
  • A canine inspection has confirmed the presence of bedbugs

3 weeks after being bitten by bedbugs.

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