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Bed Bug Heaters : How to Get Rid of Bed Bugs Yourself

Is there anyway to get rid of bed bugs yourself? The answer is a simple and resounding YES!

The only way to completely kill all bed bugs in every stage of their life cycle is through heat treatment. Which effectively heats the ambient air temperature to 122 degrees or higher. Bed bugs are unable to survive in such high temperatures. The bed bug heaters work best to eliminate an infestation because heat can penetrate into cracks and crevices in the home, around curtains, into closets, carpets, mattresses, outlets, etc. There’s no place for these tiny pests to hide. If you believe you have a bed bug issue and you want to get rid of the bed bugs yourself, you can now rent bed bug heaters from Erdye’s Pest Control.

If you want to learn more about how easy our heat treatment equipment is to use, simply watch the video below.

 
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Bed Bug Heat Treatment

How to Prepare for a Bed Bug Heat Treatment

So, you’ve found out that you have bed bugs. Now it’s time to get prepared for a bed bug heat treatment. First, it’s important to understand why this is a truly effective treatment that will get rid of those bed bugs once and for all…

Most chemicals will not kill all of the bed bugs in your home because they are smart little bugs. They are able to retreat into small crevices and hiding spots until the chemical treatment has lost its potency and then get right back to being bed bugs and reproducing. The bed bug heat treatment is the best solution to reach every space in your home and to kill the bed bugs. Heat treatments at the right temperatures will kill all bed bugs despite which life stage they are in. We’ve have said it many times before, heat is the best way to kill bed bugs.
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How to Get Rid of Bed Bugs in One Day

How to Get Rid of Bed Bugs in One Day

Just the mention of bed bugs is enough to make most people cringe. From how easy it is to get them to how hard it can be to get rid of them, bed bugs are a problem that no homeowner wants to deal with.

How bed bug infestations happen

Bed bugs tend to first come in to a home as hidden stowaways. If you’ve recently been to a hotel or another person’s home where bed bugs were present, or if you have kids who have been in school, it’s very possible that a few of these little troublemakers might have found their way into your luggage, clothing or backpack. Once back at your place, bed bugs will move out of their travel digs and take up residence in the places around the house where they’re most comfortable (and usually most hidden).

Mattresses, of course, are a popular nesting spot for bed bugs, but it’s also pretty common to find them among clothing, dug into thick carpeting or hiding behind draperies. That is, if you CAN find them. Bed bugs are great at staying hidden – tucking themselves into crevices and creases – which not only makes them hard to find in the first place, but also that much harder to get rid of since it’s hard to be sure you’ve found them all.
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