Bed Bug Heat Treatment in New York City


BedBug thermal remediation in New York City. Extermination of a home infested using heat to kill these insects. This a green treatment for cimex lectularius and eliminates them including the eggs rapidly and holistically. This program gets rid of bed bugs including eggs, nymphs and adults. It is also totally safe to use and it does not spread them. When its done properly using heat is much better than chemicals or cryonite.

17 thoughts on “Bed Bug Heat Treatment in New York City”

  1. Well if I shall say, that was a well informed video about how to kill
    bedbugs using thermo heat. Way to go for you guys!!!

  2. Spraying 4 times scatters bed bugs. We can go up 40 stories. BTW-Heat has
    been shown to be the most effective treatment for bed bugs yet. All stages
    gone in one treatment. Also we guarantee all our treatments for a minimum
    of 3 months

  3. Having your home chemically treated is expensive and time consuming. If a
    thorough job is not done, you may not even get rid of the bed bugs. -also
    remember no matter how thorough you are, the chemicals will not kill the
    eggs. With a heat treatment you will kill all stages of the bed bug. And
    there is nothing stopping you from doing both- dusting the baseboards with
    DE or mother earth and doing the heat treatment.

  4. @MockingSolemnity Having your home chemically treated is expensive and time
    consuming. If a thorough job is not done, you may not even get rid of the
    bed bugs. -also remember no matter how thorough you are, the chemicals will
    not kill the eggs. With a heat treatment you will kill all stages of the
    bed bug. And there is nothing stopping you from doing both- dusting the
    baseboards with DE or mother earth and doing the heat treatment.

  5. @cordedpoodle We follow-up all treatments with a canine inspection. If the
    bed bugs are still there we continue to treat until they are gone. Realize
    our success rate with eradication using heat on a non-chemically treated
    home is around 98% first try-far superior to chemical treatments.

  6. @MockingSolemnity any residual left behind with pesticides will not kill
    bedbugs. Once the chemical dries it no longer works. If it did you would
    only need to do one treatment with pesticides if there was a residual. Your
    logic is flawd

  7. Basically, yes, but you would need to measure the temperature throughout
    the house to make sure there are no cold spots.

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