Bed Bug Heat Treatment is a pricey procedure, but effective without using harsh chemicals
“THE BED BUG GUYS” do not use Pesticides with Heat Treatments. “Bed Bug Guys” successfully eradicated over 99% of Bed Bug infestations treated with Heat, with failures attributed to the tenants/owner failures of proper preparation which is the #1 cause of treatment failures and tenants re-infesting the units repeatedly.
During a recent Bed Bug infestation, the exterminators were at Mr. Ball’s unit in Alamance County, NC using a heat treatment, which is the preferred way to kill bedbugs. Mike Waldvogel, extension specialist and extension associate professor at N.C. State University’s department of entomology, said Heat Treatment is a pricey procedure, but effective without using harsh chemicals.
Alamance County Health Department say’s Bed Bugs are not considered a public health threat but a nuisance by state laws and public health officials. A new law in Arizona requires the Tenants to notify the land lord of Bed Bugs and the land lords are not able to sign leases of infested apartments.
Waldvogel said bedbugs die at 113 degrees Fahrenheit, and treatment heaters are used to heat homes from 125 to 130 degrees Fahrenheit. He said exterminators have residents open their closets and prop up their mattresses so the heat can penetrate all clothing and furniture in the home.
But that’s not what’s happening at Ball’s unit, said Oates. She’s concerned because she said Woodridge Apartments is demanding Ball remove the infested furniture and clothing, and they’re only exterminating the actual living space.
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