I've got to be honest with all the readers in here. Its in my honest opinion as CA (commercial applicator) that the heat treatment is a marketing gimmick. Yes will it kill the bed bugs if kept above 139 + degrees for over 2 hours, yes. However those machines cant guarantee to get cubic inch in your hotel room, apt, or home.
HeatRx is a specialty pest control company. We specialize in the treatment and extermination of bed bugs. We provide bed bug heat treatments. We also provide traditional bed bug extermination services. Exterminating bed bugs is our specialty. We service the entire Bay Area of California. Oakland, San Francisco and San Jose are the anchor cities we service. Our office is in Hayward, CA.
Bed Bug Heat Treatment. Schedule Now. Work with an Industry Leader. At Plunkett's Pest Control, we realize that the thought of bed bugs in your home is very alarming. We also understand that a single sighting of a bed bug can negatively impact a company's brand reputation and growth.
Industry data, scientific research, and pest control experts alike all agree that using heat to kill bed bugs is the fastest, most effective, and most affordable way to eliminate these pests in one fell swoop. There are a number of different perspectives on using heat vs. chemicals to kill bed bugs, but the facts really speak for themselves.
Watch us kill bed bugs with heat Bed bugs drop dead. We will do this for you. This home was previously treated multiple times by a local company with chemicals only a couple months earlier. This video shows that it wasn't effective: the results speak volumes. I believe they missed at least one.
Since heat treatment has no residual effect whatsoever, if there's any real chance that you're being re-exposed to bed bugs (you got them from work, from public transit, etc. and those infestations are not under control), heat may not be the best option--either from a pest control point of view or from the point of view of starting to ease the