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Heat Treament for Bed Bugs

Why Heat Treatment for Bed Bugs are so effective: Bed bugs infestations are the hardest pest to exterminate and one of the worst infestations that your family could have. Many Bedbug Exterminators use only chemicals that are expensive and don’t work well. Bed bug bites are irritating and even can be dangerous. They can also be difficult to treat because they are so difficult to find and have a super high resistance to pesticdes. Bed bugs like to hide in unseen spots- like the seams of chairs and couches, between cushions, in the folds of curtains, in bed frames and box springs. They are also known to hide in drawer joints, electrical receptacles and appliances, under loose wall paper and wall hangings, and in corners of rooms. Most chemical treatments need to be applied in direct contact with bed bugs to kill them. Also, most pesticides in chemical treatments cannot kill bed bug eggs effectively and sometimes can not kill bedbugs either, and that is why many pest control companies that use pesticide to treat bed bugs have to come back every few weeks to re-apply pesticides. And who wants harmful pesticides in your house? Our Heat Treatment method by your Heat Treatment Expert, is the most effective way to treat bed bugs. We use electric heat, to heat the house to 135 degrees for hours. We use fans to make the house like a convection oven to get Heat into all the crevices that bed bugs hide in. The heat penetrates deep into walls, bedding, and clothes. Other companies doing heat treatments do such a poor job that they need to use pesticides with all their Heat Treatments. Bed Bug guys, avoid this by doing a thorough job with heating. We make sure to heat all parts of the house properly and thoroughly. We also avoid the dangerous gas heating methods other companies use.  Some companies use gas powered heating equipment, which is ILLEAGAL to leave the fuel tank in the house while it is being heated. This could potentially blow up the house! Beware of companies that use a gas heating method, because they generally on have only one (1) heater they move from room to room after just one hour. Bed Bug Guys use 10 electrical heating systems, that is completely safe! The Bed Bug Guys also have the best warranty in the industry! We offer...

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Minneapolis Bed Bugs

   The top 15 most infested cities in America are: Baltimore; Washington, D.C.; Chicago; New York; Columbus, Ohio; Los Angeles; Detroit; Cincinnati; Philadelphia; San Francisco-Oakland-San Jose; Richmond-Petersburg, Va.; Raleigh-Durham, N.C.; Cleveland-Akron-Canton, Ohio; Indianapolis, and Dallas-Ft. Worth. In 2010, Minneapolis is rated the 15th most infested city in the United States with bed bugs. It was relatively in the same spot in 2011, but plummeted to 46th by 2012, and steadily made its way out of the bed bug rankings. By 2017, Minneapolis was not in the top 50 rankings.  At the time in 2010, mostly big name companies lead the way for Minneapolis bed bug extermination, and bed bug companies throughout America, were very ineffective at treating bed bugs. These companies used a lot harmful pesticides including pyrethroids (Nerve Toxins) to treat bedbugs. Jeffrey Berens made it his mission to start Beg Bug Guys in 2011, and end these ineffective and harmful treatments for Bed Bugs in Minneapolis. Jeffrey decided to go with a genius and natural Heat Treatment method that kills bed bugs fast, safely and effectively. What caused this huge drop from 15th most infested cities to not even in the top 50 cities? The “Bed Bug Guys”! Do you think this is a coincidence?… because we think not. Unlike many other companies, the bed bug guys are your “heat treatments experts”, Heat Treatment will penetrate and force heat into all of the cracks and crevices where the beg bugs hide.    Our Heat Treatment process, by your “Heat Treatment Experts”,  forces heat into beds, bedding, mattresses, furniture, electronics, wall cavities, etc. leaving no place for bed bugs to hide. Other companies are not as complete or thorough with their heat treatment process, so they need to use harmful pesticides with every heat treatment. Bed Bug Guys are Industry leaders with Heat Treatments, which is a chemical free extermination for Bed Bugs in Minneapolis and the greater Minnesota Area.   2010: http://www.foxnews.com/health/2010/08/24/does-city-rank-comes-bedbugs.html  #15 MPLS RANKING 2011: https://www.orkin.com/press-room/top-bed-bug-cities/   #16 MPLS RANKING 2012: http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/business/2012/03/the-top-50-us-cities-for-bed-bugs/   #46 MPLS RANKING 2013: http://www.pctonline.com/article/terminix-cities-highest-increase-bed-bug-activity/ 2015: http://www.cbsnews.com/news/the-worst-cities-for-bed-bugs-in-the-us/ #35 MPLS RANKING 2016: http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/orkins-top-50-bed-bug-cities-list-300203437.html 2017:...

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Bed bug Chemical-Free Treatments With Extreme Heat

BED BUGS are a growing problem. People can unwittingly get them at work, or at the movies, or in retail stores. Added to the aggravation, irritation of the bites and social stigma of having a bedbug infestation in one’s home is the cost of treatment. Traditional methods of bedbug treatments cost thousands of dollars and there’s no guarantee the maddening pests won’t return. But one chemical-free method of treatment is giving people new hope. The process is called thermal remediation, which uses intense heat to kills the blood-sucking bugs in one treatment. Process Preserves Homeowners’ Belongings So far, it seems to have worked for Allison South of Long Island in New York. Click HERE to learn how to avoid bedbug-infested hotels and to learn how to handle an infestation in your home. South’s nightmare began about three weeks ago – it’s left her frustrated, stressed and embarrassed. South has no idea where she picked up her unwanted guests. “It’s come to the point where I feel like something is itching, I just go crazy at this point because I think it’s a bedbug. I’m waking up every night with bites the size of a dime coming on the way down my arm,” South told “Good Morning America.” South’s problem quickly spread to every room in her house. “The more we sprayed – we went through four cans – and they were still crawling, coming out more on the mattress,” she said. So when South and her father heard there was a chemical-free treatment available, they called A & C Pest Management immediately. “We found out that we don’t even have to move our clothes. They can take care of the books, just leave everything in the house,” South said. “GMA” followed A & C Pest Management into South’s home, which was literally transformed into a giant oven for 8 hours. “We got our temperature up to 134 degrees,” Jim Skinner, a bed bug expert with A & C, said. “Now what we’ll do is we’ll take our fans and you’ll notice … what we’re going to do is force that hot air into the cushions and into the couches.” Thermal heaters were placed in every room of the house,...

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Bed Bugs

Bed Bugs are the world’s greatest hitch-hikers, and can make themselves so flat they hide undetected in crevices and creases. They live on warm blood, inside buildings and thrive in warm temperatures. Bed bugs spend most of their time in hiding but come out to feed once every few days; feeding promotes molting and reproduction. After feeding at night, they then scurry under or between something. Bed Bugs can live without nourishment (blood) for over 1 year and have become highly resistant to pesticides. So they are extremely difficult to abolish. Bedbugs have become such an issue that there’s a dedicated site, bedbugregistry.com, where experiences are shared and hotels are named and shamed. (I’d take it with a grain of sea salt, as contributors are anonymous.) In New York there were 500 cases of bedbug infestation in the city (not just hotels) reported in 2004. That rose to 10,000 cases in 2009 and is still on the...

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