Bed bugs are a huge problem for homeowners and property managers. If you have ever experienced a bed bug infestation, you know what a headache it can cause. Bed bugs work their way into your property, feed on the blood of unsuspecting victims, and can hide for days at a time. These pests can cause you stress and anxiety as a homeowner. They can also put your business’s reputation in jeopardy if you’re a property manager. There are different ways to treat a space for bed bugs, and one of the most effective is heat.

What Are Bed Bugs and How Do They Get Into Your Home?

If you have a bed bug problem, it’s important to understand what, exactly, these creatures are. Bed bugs are tiny, parasitic insects that can be difficult to spot in action. These bugs bite victims and draw their blood as a food source. After feeding, bed bugs can disappear for 10 days while they digest. That means your bed bug problem can go away without really going away. If you don’t treat your home for bed bugs, they’ll come back and continue causing issues.

Bed bugs have a variety of ways to enter your home too. They can ride pets or attach themselves to clothing to get inside. You may pick them up in your luggage when you travel. Once they’re inside, they can really wreak havoc.

Heat Treating for Bed Bugs Doesn’t Require Chemicals

If you have bed bugs in your home, you may explore heat treatment to get rid of them. Heat treatment has many advantages as a method for eliminating bed bugs, and perhaps the biggest one is that it doesn’t require dangerous chemicals. Bed bugs present a biohazard, so the last thing you want to do is introduce another biohazard to try to treat them. Chemical treatments used on any pest population can actually breed resistance if you fail to kill all of the insects. This is another reason to use heat.

Heat Treatment Kills Bed Bugs Without Damaging Property

When bed bugs reach an internal temperature of 113 degrees Fahrenheit or above, they die. That means you can heat a space to a terminal temperature for bed bugs without reaching a temperature that will harm the space itself. Some items will have to be removed from the space or altered before you introduce heat to the space, but in general, there’s much less overhead using heat treatment that introducing chemicals into a space.

North Texas Bed Bug Solution Offers Heat Treatment Unit Rentals

If you have a bed bug problem, you need a solution, pronto. North Texas Bed Bug Solution is here to help. NTBBS offers heat treatment units for rental. These units are discrete and easy-to-use, making them a great option for both residential and commercial properties. North Texas Bed Bug Solution services the Southlake, North Richland Hills, Trophy Club, and Keller areas. Learn more about unit rentals by contacting North Texas Bed Bug Solution at 817-789-7049.

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