Best Bed Bug Elimination Method - Kill Bed Bugs With Heat
Heat treatments are being used across North America for the treatment of bed bugs. By raising the temperature of the entire house to over 113 degrees Fahrenheit it will kill all stages of bed bugs. The higher the temperature the lower the amount of time needed to kill bed bugs.
This process can be used to treat houses, multi-family dwellings (such as apartments and condominiums), industrial and commercial locations, confined areas and for spot treatment. Professional pest control companies in the UK, the US and Canada have been using heat treatments to kill bedbugs, cockroaches and other crawling insects. Heat kills all stages of the life-cycle of an insect including eggs, larvae and adult. It disrupts the proteins within the bodies of the insects and eggs. The disruption irritates the outside waxy layers of the body of the insect which leads to dehydration and elimination.
This process is being used in many major urban centers across Canada including Vancouver, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Toronto and Montreal to eliminate bed bugs, cockroaches and other crawling insects. This revolutionary way of killing insects (including bed bugs and cockroaches) is now available through Advantage Pest Control Inc. At the temperature of 120 degrees Fahrenheit the irreversible damage kills bed bugs and kills cockroaches as well as many other types of pests. Right now this process is being used by pest control companies within North America in the eradication of bed bugs, carpenter ants, cockroaches, dry wood termites, dust mites, powder post beetles, and other wood destroying insects. It has also been shown to kill stored product pests such as Indian meal moths, beetles and weevils; any insect exposed to those temperatures (over 120°F within 90 minutes or 140°F within seconds) will be killed. Please visit Pest Control Toronto for more information regarding this service or to book an inspection or a service in Toronto or other GTA areas or call 416-840-4040 to speak with a heat remediation specialist.
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