There is nothing good about a bed bug infestation. These tiny little insects may not be harmful in nature, but they are a serious nuisance. An infestation of bed bugs needs to be handled as soon as possible, so you should kill bed bug infestations as soon as you become aware of them. There are numerous different ways that you can eradicate bed bug infestations, and the best bet is to call a professional to make sure that the infestation is handled the right way the first time. You do not want to end up missing a few bed bugs only to have the infestation appear once more without you realizing it, after all.
ThermaPureHeat® from Alliance Environmental Kills Bug Infestations
High temperatures eliminate termites, beetles, roaches, ants, rodents, scorpions, and other pests, without chemicals. Heat is an ecological and technological breakthrough in treating structures like single family homes, apartments, condominiums, hotels, hospitals, nursing facilities, medical laboratories, offices and industrial complexes.
Heat can be used to treat entire structures, confined areas, or for localized, spot treatment.
The first step to killing off a bed bug infestation is to identify that what you are dealing with is in fact a bed bug infestation. Here are some tips that are going to help you figure out just what it is that you are dealing with. The best way to eradicate bed bug infestations is definitely going to begin with knowing what type of infestation you are dealing with, and then dealing with it accordingly. You can kill bed bug infestations easily as long as you are actually dealing with bed bugs.
The first hint that you might have a bed bug infestation is that you may notice bites on your skin, and blood smears from having crushed a recently well fed bed bug in your bed or in your sheets. Depending on how your body reacts to the bites from the bed bugs, you may notice itching in the morning, or you may receive some swelling around the site of the bed bug bite. Bed bugs are tiny, at only approximately a quarter of an inch each, meaning that you need to take care to search the areas around your bedding to determine whether or not you truly have a bed bug infestation. You should be looking not only for the actual bed bugs, but also for discarded bed bug shells, blood smears from the fecal droppings of the bed bugs and other signs of life in your bedding. Make sure to check the seams in your mattresses as well as your sheets.
If you do find actual bugs in your bedding, you should put them in a container and compare them to pictures on the internet or in texts to make sure that you are really, truly dealing with a bed bug infestation. Treating a bed bug infestation is different from treating infestations of other insects, so knowing what to do means making sure you are treating the right kind of infestation. Once you are sure that what you are dealing with is a bed bug infestation, you can work on the process involved to eradicate bed bug infestations.
Alliance’s heat treatment is the only non-chemical method to successfully treat entire structures. Other non-chemical methods such as Freezing, Electrogun and Microwave may be effective in small areas, but cannot treat entire structures in one application. With ThermaPureHeat(r), we can treat large areas, small areas or entire structures with a single application in only six to eight hours. No three-day move-outs.
Your structure is safe to enter immediately after treatment.
How Is ThermaPureHeat® Implemented?
Clean, dry heat, is introduced to the bedroom or building and the inside air is slowly raised to a safe “sauna-like temperature”. To ensure that the temperatures of 140-150ºF are maintained for a kill of targeted organisms, state-of-the-art digital thermometers monitor inside ambient, surface, and core temperatures. This heating process penetrates cracks and crevices to kill bed bugs larvae, adults and eggs. Additionally the process kills inaccessible mold and bacteria for a higher level of cleanliness.
It’s Just Heat from Alliance Environmental
Since no toxic chemicals are used, our technicians can enter and monitor the treated area. No harmful residues to contaminate the air or surfaces. It’s just Heat.