Are you afraid of bed bugs? Well, chances are if you’ve been staying in a hotel recently, or have recently moved into a new apartment building, the answer is yes. Luckily for us, heat treatment has become a very popular way to go about ridding ourselves of these pesky pests here in Tulsa.
If you have bed bugs in your home, you are not alone. It is estimated that there are more than 500 million people around the world who struggle with a bed bug infestation. For most people, bed bugs are more of an annoyance than a real threat to health. However, for those who are allergic to these bloodsuckers, it can be dangerous. The good news is that heat treatment has been shown to be an effective way of controlling these nasty little creatures once and for all.
Heat Treatment Heat treatment process is simple and straightforward. After heat treating an area that may be infested with bedbugs heat treatment will leave all furnishings intact, but there will be no signs of insects left behind. Heat Treatment is not recommended for items such as electronics because heat can cause irreparable damage to them. In order to know if heat treatment is the right choice for your situation make sure to consult a pest control company before heat treatment, and heat treats items such as carpets and bedding on their own.
Field heat treatment is the most commonly used heat treatment for bedbug infestations simply because of its effectiveness. For heat to be effective it must reach temperatures above 120 degrees Fahrenheit which means that after heat treatment, your belongings will be practically ruined. However, if you want an eco-friendly way to go about killing bedbugs, then freeze treatment may just be what you’re looking for. Unlike heat, treatments freeze treatments preserve all of your belongings so they won’t be damaged in any way! The downside to using a freeze treatment is that it isn’t as reliable at killing bugs as heat and takes longer than heat does too. If you would like more information on heat vs freeze heat treatment please give us a call, we are happy to help! Heat treatment involves using heat over a period of time to kill not only the adults but also their eggs. Bed bug heat treatments are becoming increasingly popular as the method involves no harsh chemical products or pesticides which might pose a danger to the environment and to one’s health.
The heat treatment foam is sprayed in cracks, crevices, and wall voids. This heat treatment foam reaches deep into these areas where bed bugs might exist. This heat treatment foam fills up the spaces by expanding several times its volume after it comes into contact with heat or air.
Call Action Pest Control today at 918-259-9400 for bed bugs heat treatment in Tulsa, Broken Arrow, Edmond, Jenks, or Owasso. You can also check out our website for more information on heat treatments!
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