Heat-Based Bed Bug Treatment

Bed bugs are blood sucking little insects that can be found in a variety of places. While most people think they can be found only in mattresses and couch cushions, the reality is that they can travel anywhere within a building, and infest it. Bed bugs are not exactly dangerous, but they are a serious pest when it comes to your bedding and furniture. Like most other pests, bed bugs exist where conditions are not as sanitary as they could be.

Choosing the right exterminator for your bed bug treatment is absolutely vital if you want to treat bed bugs the right way the first time around. Naturally, choosing the right, most experienced exterminator in order to treat bed bugs is the most crucial step that you can take when it comes to exterminating bed bugs once and for all. Bed bugs are unfortunately becoming a serious problem as they are capable of infesting homes, condo complexes, apartments, dorm rooms, hotels and motels at a truly alarming rate.

Our trained service technicians use specially designed heaters. The Heat flows through flexible ducting to the designated treatment areas and is confined by thermal drapes. Inside temperatures are monitored by state-of-the-art digital thermometers and needle thin temperature probes to ensure that wood core temperatures are maintained at levels which are lethal to wood destroying insects.

Alliance’s heat treatment is more effective than chemical treatment, and comes with these additional benefits:

  • No toxic chemicals
  • No three day move out
  • No odor
  • No bagging of food
  • No harm to people & pets
  • Fewer neighbors complaining

These pests tend to be nocturnal in nature, and they feed on blood the same way that fleas do. They tend to feed on human bodies in the earliest morning hours when we are in the deepest stages of sleep just before dawn. What this means is that there is a chance you may have an infestation without even knowing it. You may wake up with itchy, tiny bites on your skin without knowing what is causing them. People often attribute the bites to fleas or spiders without realizing that their problem is something completely different.

Bed bug bites are nearly indistinguishable from other types of insect bites. Sometimes the only way for someone to know if the infestation is bed bugs is to actually see one. The average bed bug is only a quarter of an inch, allowing these tiny insects to hide unseen in the areas surrounding bedding, the carpet, the clothing and so on. The only way to determine whether or not you have an infestation of bed bugs requiring you to treat bed bugs is through a thorough and meticulous inspection of the area.

The other downside to the infestation of bed bugs is that they are excellent at infiltrating new places to infest. Bed bugs can easily fit in luggage, clothing, bedding and furniture, traveling wherever you go. They can easily follow you home from a hotel and infest your bedding, or travel home with a piece of used furniture or used clothing without you realizing it. If you have an infestation of bed bugs in your home, the best thing that you can do is treat bed bugs with the help of Alliance’s ThermaPure heat treatment. Working with an expert is always the best thing that you can do.