BED BUG TREATMENT. Terminix knows how to determine if bed bugs are in your home. We offer bed bug control solutions, including our RapidFreeze ® solution, which is fast, effective and non-toxic. If you think you might have bed bugs and need a bed bug treatment, call Terminix today and schedule a FREE Bed Bug Inspection.
Do-It-Yourself Heat Treatment Systems Begin killing bedbugs within 15 minutes • When you need it • Where you need it. Don't wait until after you have spent a fortune hiring professional services or exterminators to explore your options to self-treat your property with heat.
Remove coats, clothes and place them inside plastic bags and launder them. Pick up shoes, slippers, socks and seal them in plastic bags dusted with bed bug powder or sprayed with similar products. Remove toys, pets' feeding/water bowls and place them safely away for the duration of the bed bug treatment.
Spray Treatments for Bed Bugs The most common way to treat bed bugs is by using insecticide sprays. General pest control companies are already setup to spray for insects so it's easy for these companies to purchase a pesticide labeled for bed bugs and spray it in your home.
Steam is another form of heat that kills bed bugs, larvae and eggs. Steam treatment is no more labor intensive than other methods, but it's not meant to penetrate materials deep enough to kill hidden bed bugs. Steaming works on items such as box springs, bed frames, blankets/sheets, curtains and pillows and can be used on several items without
Heat treatment, is the name implies, works when a pest control specialist brings industrial-grade heaters to a space in order to blast away the bed bugs using heat. The internal temperature of the space is gradually raised to 130 or 140 degrees Fahrenheit and left that way for 2-3 hours. Afterwards, professionals allow the temperature to drop and remove their equipment and dead pests.