Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to eliminate bedbugs using a safe, reliable method? What if you could kill them using warmth? Believe it or not, you can. Although bedbugs are tough and durable, they cannot tolerate extreme temperatures. When bedbugs are exposed to extreme temperatures, they’ll die. In recent years, heat treatments have become the top choice for exterminators.
The method offers numerous benefits because it can wipe out an infestation in one visit. Plus, it treated the entire home at once.
How Exterminators Use Heat To Kill Bedbugs
Heat works exceptionally well for killing bedbugs. An exterminator will visit the client’s home and use a heat machine or two to increase the home’s temperature. The heat will spread through the home and reach all bedbugs inside. Even the bedbugs hiding in deep cracks will be exposed to hot temperatures. As a result, they will die too. Another great thing about heat is that it kills bedbugs and bedbug eggs.
The exterminator will need to raise the temperature to 140 degrees. Once they’ve done that, they’ll need to carefully monitor the temperatures to ensure that they do not fluctuate. As long as you’re working with an experienced, dedicated exterminator, they’ll get it done and get rid of the bedbugs in your home.
Although heat isn’t perfect, it is still the most reliable bedbug treatment. The only way that bedbugs will be able to survive is by escaping the home. If they can’t escape, they will die. There is a slim risk that they’re going to leave your home and return in a few days. Thankfully, the risk is slim. Our company hires the most reliable exterminators in Kansas City. They’re going to do everything they can to ensure that the bedbugs are trapped in your home.
Doing so ensures that they will succumb to the heat.
Managing The Temperatures
To guarantee our success, our exterminator needs to carefully manage the temperatures in the home. The temperatures have to be 140 degrees for a few hours. If they fluctuate, the results will be less than impressive. Our exterminator will keep an eye on the temperature from start to finish to ensure satisfactory results.
We’ll Ask You To Leave
As with other bedbug treatments, the client will need to evacuate their home until the procedure is finished. Heat treatments are generally safe, and they’re always effective. Nevertheless, our exterminators agree that it is best to be safe. As a precaution, they’re going to ask you to leave your home until they’re finished. It takes a few hours to eliminate the bedbugs in your home.