If you own a hotel, nursing home, school, or daycare, then chances are your worst nightmare is having bed bugs. Similar to your pet and home having fleas, bed bugs require a professional treatment. Most bed bug treatments must be done several times in a row, they often require replacing furniture or mattresses, and sometimes the room has to be evacuated for days or months.
Bed Bug Heat Treatments
Forgo these traditional treatments, and opt for Nashville Bed Bugs Heat Treatment. This all-natural, non-toxic, and eco-friendly treatment is safe and effective. Instead of having to repeat the treatment several times, heat treatment will work fast and be a one-time job. Once the heat treatment has been done, the room will be operational within hours, and there is no need to replace mattresses or furniture.
Without the heat treatment, toxic chemicals have to be used in your home. This treatment avoids the use of any destructive or dangerous chemicals that could damage your furniture or home. Not to mention, chemicals can cause allergic reactions, cancer, or even birth defects or infertility. Chemical treatments for bed bugs aren’t always 100% effective either. The pesticides may kill most of the bed bugs, but they aren’t strong enough to kill the eggs, meaning once they hatch, there will be a new infestation. Heat treatment is 100% effective at killing beg bugs and their eggs.
The heat treatment raises the temperature of the affected area to a level that is proven to kill bed bugs. The affected area will be heated to 140-160 degrees for 6-8 hours, and then monitored to make sure no heat can escape the affected area. Most bed bugs are killed in 15 minutes in temperatures over 113 degrees. Eggs require an hour to be killed. Bugs hidden inside furniture, walls or flooring may take longer, but if held at 6-8 hours, the heat will be sure to get every bed bug in your home.
More About Nashville Bed Bugs
Nashville Bed Bugs has advanced heat temperature probes that are monitored from the computer and show when the right heat temperature has been reached. This allows for much faster treatment.
Nashville Bed Bugs will only treat the affected room, so you don’t have to pay for the entire house to be treated.
Perhaps the best perk of all—Nashville Bed Bugs uses discrete, unmarked vehicles so that neighbors or hotel guests will be unaware of your bed bug problem.