WHY HEAT TREATMENT?
Be sure the Bed Bug Pest Control company you use offers state of the art bed bug heat treatment equipment. Our modern equipment is far superior to dated electric coil heat treatment options. The best Bed Bug Heat Treatment equipment offers the ability to reach the specific treatment temperature in the least amount of time possible thus eliminating the potential for an evasive occurrence. Outdated or poorly maintained equipment can not only render a treatment ineffective, but be a hazard as well.
Dirks state of the art bed bug heat treatments are a popular environmentally friendly alternative to over using chemicals to eliminate bed bug infestations. There is scientific evidence that many insects are becoming increasingly resistant to chemicals but are physically not capable of surviving extreme, prolonged controlled temperatures.
We own, operate, maintain and insure all of our bed bug heat treatment equipment. Our heat treatment operators are specifically trained to maintain the proper optimum temperature for bed bug extermination.
No One Needs To Know
When Dirks Pest Management Specialist arrives for a Bed Bug Heat Treatment, no one needs to know. Upon request, we can arrive in a white truck with a trailer. No lettering or logos, VERY DISCREET. Our equipment looks like state of the art cleaning equipment; no one needs to know the difference.
A bed bug problem can grow exponentially if not treated. Two bed bugs can quickly breed and multiply. If left untreated for several months, the bed bug infestation will reach thousands of adult bed bugs and tens of thousands of eggs and juvenile bed bugs. In order for there to be effective bed bug treatment, you need to eliminate 100% of the insects, as a single pregnant female can start the problem all over again.
Bed Bug Facts:
- Bed bugs feed on humans when they are sleeping or sitting still for long periods of time as well as household pets. Their bite is painless, but will leave a small mark.
- Bed bugs will forage over 15 feet from their nesting area and move from room to room easily
- Bed bugs prefer to rest in cracks and crevices, inside mattresses and box springs, bed frames and chests of drawers, as well as picture frames on walls
- Bed bugs can be extremely difficult to eliminate
Bed bugs are very difficult to eradicate. Traps and most chemicals are not effective on them. Direct contact is required to kill a bed bug, which is made difficult as they like to hide in cracks. Control and eradication measures for bed bugs are extensive and require participation by the residents of the infested home. Dirks Pest Management uses chemical and non-chemical solutions to treat bed bug infestations and will work with you to keep the bed bugs from returning after treatment.