The most common but not guaranteed bed bugs treatment is Chemical. Chemical Bed Bug Treatments have the single benefit of being inexpensive per treatment. We do not recommend these. The problem is that it takes multiple treatments and you never no how many, often times 4-8. Bed Bug Eggs are Chemically impenetrable by most treatment products and chemicals. Bed Bugs and their nest oftentimes live deep within a couch or bed mattress making the bugs difficult to reach. The outcome is that the bugs sometimes are not reached by chemical and the eggs are unharmed and continue to hatch. This is why chemical treatments are a gamble if they work then you saved money, if they don't work then you get bit physically and financially and you will need another type of treatment costing more money. Not to mention you will get bit during this 6-14 week process and have heavy chemical sprayed on your bed and home that will soak in and dry for a few hours then you sleep on that. We are okay with this if you are okay with this. But as a general rule we are not okay with this. Other variations of chemical bed bug treatments are bed bug dust and bed bug spray or sprays that are sold through your local do-it-yourself pest control distributors as well as online gimmicks. All of these produce the same outcome. The bugs die and go away for a while but a few eggs or bugs remain and begin to build the nest again and you may start to see a few show up around 3 weeks after the last treatment. Oftentimes the home owner will end up needing to throw out couches and beds. This will slow the bugs but wont stop them. After you have tried everything call us and we will guarantee our Bed Bug Heat Treatment se Heat Below.
Fumigation Bed Bug Treatments. A Fumigation Bed Bugs Treatment has the same problems as chemical because after-all a heavy chemical in a gaseous state is used in your home. A circus tent is used to drape your house and a gas is filled into the home. Fumes are a bit more effective then a traditional chemical bed bug treatment because fumes penetrate a little bit deeper to kill the bed bugs. The down side is that this is far more expensive, not guaranteed, may take multiple treatments, and not very discreet. We do not recommend a fumigation bed bug treatment.
Steam Bed Bug Treatment. A steam treatment is very effective at killing bed bugs and their eggs BUT only if it can directly contact them. The problem is that the moisture that is left as a residue from this treatment provides an even better mating and breeding ground. Steam doesn't always reach the bugs or eggs and they will continue to hatch. One of the biggest downfalls of Steam is damage and loss to property. The steam is blasted at an extremely high heat and can destroy belongings quickly. Steam Bed Bug Treatments are also not guaranteed and we do not recommend them. Steam treatments should not be attempted without the correct equipment.
Heat is the best way to kill bed bugs. The structure or site is heated to a temperature and then sustained for a time killing all bed bugs, and bed bug eggs. This treatment is completely safe for all belongings and you get to keep all your furniture with this type of process. Heat penetrates every nook and cranny killing every bug and egg in its wake. Since all eggs and bugs are eliminated they cannot come back. We guarantee our work for one year. What is more green than heat? This is the environmentally and family friendly bed bug treatment out there and you get to keep all of your furniture. Their gone in one day guaranteed. We also send a bed bug sniffing dog to verify complete eradication of the bed bugs. If you are plagued with a bed bug infestation and have tried many of the above options already contact us now and stop wasting any more time, money, and getting bit. Even though we offer Chemical treatments we only recommend Bed Bug Heat Treatments. This is absolutely the best way to kill bed bugs.