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Bed bugs are not just a problem in high-end hotels. You can also see them in many homes. This is largely due to people not taking proper precautions when it comes to preventing these bugs from entering their premises. Once there, high heat treatment can become quite tricky! What exactly makes it so difficult?

Simply put, high heat steam treatments involve killing all living organisms within an item or space. They experience temperatures exceeding 50 degrees Celsius or 122 degrees Fahrenheit. Any living organism such as bed bugs and dust mites will die when exposed to a very hot temperature!


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What is Heat Treatment for Bed Bugs?

Heat treatment for bed bugs is a method used on mattresses, furniture, and other items to kill these pests. It can become quite different from those that are used to decontaminate spaces. This is because high heat kills all living organisms including spores, parasites, microbes, and pests.

Bed bugs are hard to get rid of. They have developed strong resistance against chemical insecticides. Heat treatment is the best way to tackle an infestation! It is eco-friendly while also killing all stages including eggs.

How Bed Bug High Heat Steam Treatment Works

High heat steam treatment for bed bugs that are in high-value items is usually through high-tech commercial services. They provide solutions to kill all bed bug stages including larva, nymphs, and adults. This treatment can include specially designed ovens or dryers which we use to produce high temperatures.

High heat steam equipment can quickly eliminate pests with temperatures exceeding 70 degrees Celsius or 158 degrees Fahrenheit. These chambers also kill other organisms such as dust mites and bacteria!

How Long Does Heat Steam Treatment for Bed Bugs Take?

Heat Steam treatment for high-value items can take long hours. It may even take days depending on the size and type of high heat steam cleaners. The average time is about one to two hours.

Prepare for several times before completion to ensure complete elimination. This means that you need to turn up with your high-valued item multiple times. You can also opt for high heat treatment for bed bugs in homes, especially when it is an infestation problem. Ensure proper preparation before getting it done by a professional bed bug exterminator.

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Will Heat Treatment For Bed Bugs Damage Your Home And Belongings?

High heat treatment for high-value items in chambers is safe. It does not only kill the existing pests but also their eggs and larvae. This ensures that your belongings are completely free from bed bugs, dust mites, and allergens.

Ensure proper preparation before high heat treatment to avoid damages on your items or expensive spaces such as cars. You may need to remove all objects within the space you want for treatment. Prevent high temperatures from damaging them.

Reasons to Use Heat Treatment for Bed Bugs

When you are new to hearing about heat treatment for bed bugs, we give you three reasons to choose it:

We only do high heat treatment once. You are sure there is no more bed bug activity. It is important to turn up with your high-valued item in high heat chambers for hot temperature over an hour or so. This ensures that the extreme warmth has penetrated deep into the pores of fabrics and metals.

This means that follow-ups are not necessary. As long as you let us do it, no other appointment afterward. When you decide to DIY high heat treatment for bed bugs, you may end up without a home or valuables left because of high temperatures!

Bed bugs are not resistant to high heat. This means that high temperatures kill all bed bug stages including eggs and larvae. It can become a great method to use in terms of controlling infestations!

Sub-lethal heat exposure reduces bed bug feeding and increases life cycle development time. However, no offspring develop “heat resistance” to insecticidal treatments. All bugs are limited in their ability to tolerate higher temperatures. They were introduced into the home after treatment had taken place. This is either accidentally through infestation elsewhere or by colonization from the outdoors. It is more common for these insects to thrive due to climate conditions.

How Much Does Bed Bug Heat Treatment Cost?

The cost of treating your items with high heat treatments will vary depending on the professional and type of chamber used. The price ranges around $500 and up per item which can take several hours.

The high heat chamber itself will cost around $7,000 and up. You can seek high-quality services at a lower price. That is when your high-valued items are few. Make sure to compare prices from different companies including ours.

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