Temperature That Kills Bed Bugs. Adult bed bugs die at 119 degrees Fahrenheit, and their heat-resistant eggs require temperatures upwards of 125 degrees. Some infested objects can be safely baked in the oven at these temperatures for three to five hours to get rid of the pests. Safety should always be considered in deciding whether to treat in this manner.
Josh Erdman of Erdye's Pest Control (located in Green Bay, WI) discusses the proper way to kill bed bugs using heat. With this sophisticated heat treatment system, Erdye's is able to heat an
Mosebach Bed Bug Heaters. Mosebach has recently introduced its 2nd generation of bed bug heaters! Heat Treatment is the most efficient way to kill bed bugs! You do not have to locate all the hiding places of the bugs like you have to with chemicals.
An informative video explaining why heat treatments fail so many times on a home. One thing that I forgot to mention in the video is it can take 3-6 months AFTER a heat treatment to realize the
Does heat kill bed bugs? What temperature kills bed bugs? How hot does it have to be? The simple answer is heat kills bed bugs! Heat has been scientifically proven to kill bed bugs and bed bug eggs. The question is how long does it take for heat to kill bed bugs and their eggs and what temperature must be achieved for a complete 'kill'?
Using Heat to Kill Bed Bugs. They should be holding critical temperature during a bed bug treatment for a minimum of two hours and ideally for 3-4 hours. You can ask the service provider you choose for heating records at the conclusion of the job. This way you can see if they held the right temperature for the right time in different spots in the home.