You may develop welts, sores, or suffer an allergic reaction. Other times, you may not even notice their presence. Either way, you do not want to keep them as houseguests. You want to kick them out before their population multiplies.
Even though they do not transmit infectious diseases, bed bugs do carry about 28 human pathogens. Bed bugs can transmit Hepatitis B, a virus found in their droppings, and their bites can create open sores, which can lead to bacterial infections.
The Case of the Bed Bugs Invasion
Bed bugs have entered our lives again due to the ban on DDT, a rise in international travel, and because they have developed a resistance to pesticide. These conniving bugs take shelter in mattresses seams, the edges of carpets, bed frames, door and window casings, peeling wallpapers, crevices and cracks, and picture frames.
With traditional pesticide methods not working or taking months to fully solve the problem, homeowners and business owners require an alternate, successful, and less time consuming method to kill them. They require thermal treatment for bed bugs.
Thermal Treatment Can Eradicate the Bed Bugs
Bed Bug Solutions’ bed bug heat treatment can make your tiny insect problem a thing of the past. You cannot do this alone, as you require experience and special equipment to administer the thermal treatment. We are the professionals that can get the job done without taking much of your time or causing any unwelcoming delays.
The Process of Administering Thermal Treatment
The purpose of the thermal treatment is not to leave any bed bugs behind. Everything from adult bed bugs, eggs, to larvae—gone! The intense rising heat will trap the bed bugs, not giving them time to escape. To set the death trap for the bed bugs, our professionals will place large, high-output heaters in your home and properly set them to eliminate the bed bugs.
Throughout the process, we will monitor the temperatures to ensure the area feels like a sauna. We will increase and hold the temperature of the area to 120 to 135 degrees Fahrenheit for at least three hours while rotating your furniture and belongings to ensure even heat distribution to all infested areas.
Leave Your Property during the Thermal Treatment
Due to the extreme temperatures we use, you will need to be out of the house while we are administering the thermal treatment. Once we are done, you will be able to return and sleep in your own bed that same night.
If you live in or near Southern New Hampshire, such as Nashua, Manchester or Concord, contact us to solve your bed bug infestation. Our residential bed bug extermination based out of Goffstown is one of the best, so call today for a consultation at (603) 666-3000.