Bed Bug Heat Treatments in Toronto
At Bed Bug Authority Canada, our professionals use the heat treatment method to treat bedbug infestations in Ontario. This safe solution our Toronto bed bug heat treatment experts use is guaranteed to give you the best and most desirable result: complete eradication of the infestation!
Bed bugs are notoriously difficult to get rid of, which is why hiring a professional exterminator in Toronto for this type of infestation is so important. It’s important to strongly emphasize that DIY efforts will usually produce amateur results.
Our Toronto bed bug heat treatment professionals will use heat treatment to get rid of any and all bed bugs in your home. Our heat treatment process is the most effective method of bed bug extermination that there is. It's also one of the safest. Instead of using harmful chemicals to eliminate infestations, we raise the temperatures in your home to levels that will kill bed bugs in every stage of life, from eggs to adulthood. Using this method allows us to guarantee excellent results at every job, and every job we perform includes a 90-day warranty.
Call us today if your home is infested with bed bugs, and we’ll be ready and eager to tackle the problem.
Why Not Use Pesticides on Bed Bugs?
There are two reasons that our professional exterminators do not use pesticides to treat bed bug infestations in Toronto and the surrounding areas:
- Resistance to pesticides has increased significantly over time, and
- Pesticides can also be harmful to humans.
As bed bugs evolve, they can increase their resistance to pesticides and other chemical forms of control. If a particular infestation isn’t completely exterminated or rendered incapable of reproduction, the survivors can develop a tolerance of whatever chemical is used, creating a “resistant strain”. These strains can be extremely difficult to get rid of, and they may already be infesting your home.
With heat treatment, the temperature of your home and its contents is raised high enough to kill all of the bed bugs that are infesting the structure (the temperatures are in excess of 45°C or 113°F). At those temperatures, all life stages will die within 7 minutes, and as the temperature increases further, the time it takes for the insects to die decreases dramatically.
During the process, your home and its contents are soaked in this heat for several hours, allowing it to penetrate into walls, floors, and furniture, resulting in a complete eradication of the infestation.
Human Health & Bed Bug Heat Treatments in Toronto
The heat treatment method poses the least possible threat to human health and to the environment. Our Toronto bed bug heat treatment professionals can safely treat the confined space of your vehicle, seats, and interior as part of our service, which will help to prevent the high possibility of re-infestation. Because this method of bed bug extermination uses no pesticides, it’s completely safe for children, pets, the infirm, and elderly, and it requires no prolonged evacuation of your home.
Our bed bug removal system employs stand alone forced air gas heater units, purposely designed for bed bug extermination. This equipment is totally safe, and it's also the most effective and efficient in the industry.
Although some competitors will discredit our heat treatment, this misinformation is purely for the benefit of self-promotion and not for the benefit of the client.
If you would like an estimate for bed bug heat treatment in Toronto or the surrounding areas, please call 416-951-0383 or complete our online request form.
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