Bed bugs are tiny little insects that are capable of being found in a wide variety of different places. Although most people are of the opinion that these creatures can only be found in cushions and mattresses, the truth is that bed bugs can travel anywhere they like within a home or business, easily infesting it. Bed bugs are not necessarily dangerous, but they are still considered to be a serious nuisance when it comes to bedding and other such materials. Like all other types of pests that infest areas, bed bugs typically exist in places where sanitary characteristics are less than perfect. It is easy for bed bugs to travel or to be carried from one place to the next, and as a result, they often end up in bedding, clothing, luggage and furniture.
While it is common for bed bugs to inhabit furniture and mattresses, these insects are actually far better than that when it comes to traveling, especially in comparison to other types of pests. In the past, bed bugs were regarded as being more dangerous because they bite and feed on the blood of the host, but now they are really just regarded as a nuisance in need of bed bug extermination.
One of the most popular places for bed bug infestations to appear is in hotels. Bed bugs in hotels are a serious problem in this day and age, because the bed bugs follow someone from their home to the hotel, infesting the hotel, and then following future guests home in their clothing and luggage. It has become vitally important that people find a way to kill bed bugs in hotels because otherwise these infestations will spread far and wide, causing serious issues and larger infestations. The best way to exterminate bed bugs in hotels is to call in an expert that can deal with the infestation of bed bugs quickly and thoroughly, before negative reviews & customer experience has a chance to damage business.
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
Bringing in an expert is vital when it comes to knowing how to exterminate large hotel based infestations of bed bugs. If your hotel is dealing with a bed bugs infestation, you need to seek help immediately before the infestation becomes something more seriously. Every hotel guest will be bringing bed bugs home with them if you do not do something to rectify the situation. If you bring an exterminator in sooner rather than later, you can salvage your business without losing too many clients to the threat of an infestation. It is definitely safer to get help sooner rather than later when it comes to your bed bugs hotel, because a bed bug infestation is definitely going to be bad for business.
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.