Bed Bug Heat Treatment Program

Bed Bug Heat Treatment Program

Heat is the best way to get rid of bed bugs in a single natural, non-toxic treatment. While traditional remedies often fail to permanently eradicate bed bugs, our natural treatment process uses convection to force heat into mattresses, furniture, walls and difficult spots to kill bed bugs and their eggs in a single heat treatment – and all this without the use of chemicals!

Bed bug inspection and detection

Performing proper initial inspection is critical for early detection of a bed bug infestation. It is important to know both where to look and what you are looking for. Catching a problem before it has spread will reduce treatment costs and complexity.

Bed bug canine inspection

In some cases canine inspection may be necessary to confirm the presence of bed bugs. Each one of our bed bug sniffing dogs has been trained to accurately detect the presence of bed bugs even when there is no visual evidence.

Bed bug treatment cost

Some mistakenly claim that heat treatment is less affordable than chemical treatment. The truth is that once all the hidden costs of a bed bug chemical treatment have been added up, heat treatment costs will often be lower.

Bed bug heat treatment cost savings are more than a dollar figure:

  • Time: kill bed bugs with a single treatment
  • Prep: done in several hours not days
  • Furniture: save all furniture and beds
  • Laundering: no need for laundering of clothes and bedding
  • Health: no chemicals
  • Sanity: bed bugs are gone for good

Heat treatment costs vary based on many factors. Give us a few more details and we will be glad to send you an estimate based on your needs.

Our guarantee

We guarantee our heat treatment process will kill all bed bugs and eggs in the home, apartment or hotel. In the unlikely event that a live bed bug is found after our treatment we will re-treat at no cost. Our minimum bed bug heat treatment guarantee is 30 days, extended warranties are available upon request.

Bed bug treatment is handled by our partner Pure Environmental. You will find many more details about the treatment process, inspection and preparation on their website at www.purenvironmental.com