Houston Bed Bug Treatment
Bed Bug Treatment Options:
Our bed bug heat treatment is the quickest and most effective way to exterminate bed bugs. We heat the entire space to 150°F. The heat reaches all bed bug hiding places. All parts of the room reach our target temperature. The floor, ceiling, walls, and contents of the room will reach 150°. All sides of the furniture will reach our target temperature. The bed bugs won’t be able to escape the heat.
Bed bugs cannot survive this extreme temperature. Bed bugs at any stage of their life cycle will be eliminated. Even the eggs will be sterilized by the heat. We also apply pesticide to all the cracks and crevices of the room and the furniture. This will eliminate any bed bugs that may appear after the bed bug heat treatment.
Want to save money and stay within budget but still exterminate all bed bugs? Then choose our bed bug pesticide treatment!
Bed bug heat treatments can be expensive. If you think heat treatment is too expensive then the pesticide treatment is for you. Instead of using heat, we carefully apply specific pesticides in all the cracks and crevices where bed bugs frequent. As the bed bugs crawl around they will contact the pesticide and will eventually die.
It takes more time to kill the bed bugs with this method. When heat is not applied, it can take 30 days or longer to kill all bed bugs.
Not sure if you have bed bugs? Not sure what treatment option to choose?
Get a FREE in-home consultation today! 100% no obligation inspection and quote from a Houston bed bug treatment technician. We will inspect the suspect areas to confirm the presence of bed bug infestation and give a proper treatment recommendation.
Bed Bug Heat Treatment Questions and Answers
How long does the bed bug heat treatment take?
Usually, it takes between 4 and 8 hours to complete our bed bug heat treatment. It depends on how many rooms we are heating. If we are heating one or two rooms, it could take around 4 hours. If we are heating six rooms, it could take around 8 hours.
Does heat treatment exterminate all bed bugs?
It depends on the amount of furniture and belongings in the room. The more furniture and belongings in the room the less effective a bed bug heat treatment can be. The same could be said for any type of bed bug treatment.
All bed bugs and eggs that are exposed to the heat will be exterminated. Bed bugs and eggs that are sheltered from the heat may not die.
This is why a room must be prepared for heat treatment. This is also why we apply pesticides in addition to heat.
Do we heat just one room, or the whole house?
We can heat as much as the entire building, or as little as a single room.
We can heat all rooms at the same to ensure that all bed bugs are exterminated in the structure in one day. With severe cases of bed bugs this is the only way to go.
If we only find bed bugs in a single room, then we can heat just that room. For a mild case of bed bugs this option is often successful. We would still apply pesticide in all rooms and furniture within the structure.