Guaranteed Bed Bug Heat Treatment in Burlington

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Do You Need A Bed Bug Treatment In Burlington?

Burlington is one of southern Ontario’s fastest expanding cities. We have identified and eradicated lots of bed bug infestations throughout Burlington in both commercial and residential spaces. Bed bug infestations are quite challenging to get rid of and DIY treatment methods almost never work. Bedbug removal requires professional help for effective results. Contact us today for a bed bug heat treatment in Burlington.

What Is The Best Way To Get Rid Of Bed Bugs In Burlington?

If you have bed bugs you should take care of them as soon as possible. Bed bugs multiply exponentially and a small bed bug infestation can get out of hand very quickly. 

The most common treatment method for bed bugs is a chemical or fumigation treatment. These treatments are usually the cheapest option, however are very ineffective and use toxic chemicals that can be harmful for your pets and loved ones. The chemicals need to directly hit bed bugs and their eggs to successfully kill them and exterminators typically miss a few because bedbugs tend to hide in small crevices within furniture and hard to reach places. We have a lot of clients that have previously used chemical treatments without success.

The most effective method for eliminating an entire bed bug infestation in Burlington is a bed bug heat treatment. We offer heat treatments in almost any type of space and guarantee these treatments for 6 months.

Our heat treatments work because we raise the ambient temperature, furniture belongings, and floors to 52-65 degrees Celsius (all stages of bed bugs die at 50 degrees). During the heat treatment we thoroughly monitor the temperatures and move everything around in the heat so that there are no cold spots or areas for bed bugs to survive.