Professional Bed Bug Heat Treatment
LOCALLY OWNED & OPERATED
INTEGRITY OVER REVENUE
#1 SOURCE FOR Heat Treatment
PROFESSIONAL BED BUG HEAT TREATMENT IN TORONTO
BED BUG HEAT TREATMENT NEAR ME
If you are unsure whether or not you have bed bugs, a K-9 Inspection should be done before continuing. Once it is confirmed you have bed bugs we will provide you with a customer information package that will explain some important things you need to be aware of during your initial assessment. The first assessment will include a pre-treatment checklist. This checklist will consist of everyday items and belongings that must be removed from your home or commercial space before your heat treatment. Examples include aerosol cans, makeup, oil paintings, soda cans, and heat-sensitive medication.
Heat treatments are successful for two reason:
1) Bed bugs are attracted to heat sources, like body heat. Rather than trying to escape, they emerge from hiding and come out to the heat source we create. Bed bugs are attracted to heat: 10-15 degrees before lethal temperatures the bed bugs get active and come out of the structures from where they are hiding. Typically they end up in the middle of the rooms crawling around until they die at 50 degrees Celsius or 122 Fahrenheit.
2) Bed bugs are attracted to CO2: The reason bed bugs end up in our beds is from all the CO2 that is in our beds and from the CO2 we exhale. They know this is where they can feed. Our heaters emit CO2 and this is another way bed bugs are drawn out.
There’s a myth that heat won’t kill bed bugs that are in the walls. The two reasons above make it so bed bugs do not stay in the walls if they are there. We see this myth being cycled by pest control companies that do not use heat and only spray. If this was true our heat treatment would not be as successful as it is and we wouldn’t offer a guarantee. Pest control companies that use chemical sprays do not offer a guarantee! That should say something.
At Heat Relief, our effective heat treatment is all about balance, timing, and monitoring. We use purpose-built industry-leading equipment, including industrial heaters and convection fans to heat the whole space so no bed bugs are left standing. We adjust furniture and personal items to ensure 100% bed bug eradication by eliminating all potential cold spots. Heat sensors are used throughout the unit to make sure it’s heated to lethal levels. It’s the same concept behind throwing all of your potentially infested clothes and bedding into the dryer on a high setting, only applying this method to the whole house. The heating happens quickly, so the bed bugs have no time to escape; the temperature is controlled and maintained at a lethal level until every last bed bug is dead. This process takes roughly 6-8 hours, depending on the severity of the infestation and size of the home. You’ll be able to return to your space the same day. Our Bed Bug Heat Treatment In Toronto is Discreet. There is an unfortunate stigma behind bed bugs, and that’s why we understand the importance of being discreet.
Our heat treatment cost is roughly $1 a square foot. If your house is more than 2000 square feet we typically don’t like to charge much more than $2000. Be cautious of heat treatment companies who charge half the price and use electric heaters. These heaters use your house’s own power and do not get hot enough. These companies also typically do not offer a warranty!
Everything you need to know about bed bugs and your current situation.
Facts about bed bugs and why you need to get rid of them.
Your questions have probably been asked before.
Residential Bed Bug Heat Treatment
Bed bugs are one of the most challenging pests to control. They are small, elusive, and can reproduce quickly. If you suspect you have a bed bug infestation, it is essential to call a bed bug specific extermination company immediately. The most effective method for exterminating bed bugs is a heat treatment. A heat treatment penetrates cracks and crevices where bed bugs may be hiding. Don’t wait to call a professional if you think you might have a bed bug infestation. The sooner you take action, the better your chances of getting rid of these pests. A Heat treatment is the most effective way to eliminate every bed bug in an infestation. A Residential bed bug heat treatment is eco-friendly and safe for all children, seniors, and pets.
Bed bugs are a nightmare for any homeowner, but you can rest assured that your home will be free of these pests with a residential bed bug heat treatment. At Bed Bug Heat Relief, we understand how important it is to get rid of bed bugs, and that’s why we offer the most effective heat treatment in the industry. Our owner operators will work with you to create a customized plan to eliminate your bed bug infestation for good. Contact us today to learn more about our residential bed bug heat treatment services. We’re here to help you get rid of bed bugs for good.
Commercial Bed Bug Heat Treatment
If you own a business, it’s essential to be proactive about bed bug prevention. We recommend a K-9 inspection if you are unsure whether or not you have bed bugs. Bed bugs are expert hiders and a visual inspection alone is not accurate enough to distinguish whether or not you have bed bugs. Bed bugs are a significant problem for businesses, as they can lead to lost revenue and damage to your reputation. A commercial bed bug heat treatment is the most effective way to kill every bed bug that is infesting your business. It kills bugs and their eggs so they cannot reproduce. Our commercial bed bug heat treatment is also fast and convenient, so you won’t have to close your business for long periods. We do require 6-8 hours for a heat treatment. The space is safe to enter after the treatment, however it will be rather hot for a couple hours while it cools down. The most common commercial heat treatments we do are hotels and motels. These commercial businesses need to be vigilant about bed bugs, as these pests can quickly spread from guest to guest. Hospitals and other medical facilities also need to be careful about bed bugs, as they can pose a severe threat to patients with weak immune systems. The reality is that any business can get bed bugs. The only goal for a bed bug is to be close to humans so they can feed. They can end up anywhere and in any commercial location.
At Bed Bug Heat Relief we offer the quickest, most effective, and safest solution to commercial bed bug problems. Our state-of-the-art heat heat treatment system is designed for businesses of all sizes. We offer a 90 day guarantee in case you still have bed bugs after our heat treatment. That’s how confident we are. However, it is very uncommon for there to be bed bugs after our heat treatment. The most common reason this can happen is from bringing bed bugs back in from other sources. Contact us today and learn more about how our heat treatment can save your business from bed bugs.
Apartment/Condo Bed Bug Heat Treatment
A bed bug heat treatment is an effective way to get rid of bed bugs in your apartment. It involves using a portable heater to raise the temperature in your apartment to a level that is lethal to bed bugs. Bed bug heat treatments kill all stages of bed bugs, including eggs, nymphs, and adults. It is also effective against other pests, such as cockroaches, ants, and spiders. Heat treatments are safe for humans and pets, and it will not damage your belongings or furniture. The results are immediate after the treatment because all the bed bugs will be dead. A Bed bug heat treatment is ideal for those who want to get rid of bed bugs without using pesticides or chemicals. It is also a good option for those allergic to pesticides or chemicals. If you are looking for an effective and safe way to get rid of all your bed bugs in your apartment, bed bug heat treatments are the best option. No other treatment method guarantees the full elimination of bed bugs like heat treatments do. Our heat system is safe and can be used on all floors without disturbing your neighbors. We are so discreet they won’t even know a heat treatment is being done.
Single/multi level housing and town houses.
University housing, hotels, motels, care homes, hospitals, libraries, etc.
Any floor of condos or apartments.