Bed bugs are like an American baseball game. Imagine the insect is the batter, and you’re the opposing team. Their goal is to make a home run, and your goal is to get them out.
The opponent may be experienced, agile, and quick, and can be difficult to catch. Fortunately, you don’t have to play the game alone—just call a professional.
You may be wondering how the process works. Most professional exterminators use thermal extermination to remove any bed bugs from your home or business.
Using high-tech, certified only equipment, technicians raise the temperature in your home to 120 to 135 degrees fahrenheit—the bug “kill zone.” Within minutes, the high temperatures eliminate the bugs in any section of your home without the need of harsh chemicals.
Certified Professional Restoration (CPR) offers bed bug extermination in North Canton, Akron, and its surrounding areas? Extermination can be a complex process, but CPR technicians are IICRC certified and are qualified to handle any situation.
Imagine the baseball scenario again. While you’re pitching to one area of the playing field, the other bases are loaded with other opponents. Bed bugs are notoriously known to hide in mattresses and couches, but they can also be discovered in carpets, baseboards, and box springs.
These hot spots are difficult to find, clean, and manage, but with thermal remediation, heat travels to small crevices that cannot be seen with the naked eye and kills any bug within its wave.
This way, you can stop any opponent, on any base or area of your property.
Because thermal extermination is guaranteed to work the first time, you won’t need to spend additional time and money to make sure the problem does not return.
Many people would rather follow DIY instructions to save money, but in the long-run your expenses will only expand as the bed bugs continue to revert to their home base.
CPR not only offers their services 24/7, they even provide free consultations and inspections. They know how frustrating bed bug extermination could be and adapt to your special circumstance so you get the best possible help.
Although the process may seem expensive up front, the longer you wait to receive help, the more extensive (and expensive) the process will be. Save your time, money, and energy and call the bed bug exterminators as soon as the problem arises.
Any other process to eliminate bed bugs requires harmful chemicals and detergents. Sometimes these chemicals remove the problem temporarily, but the bugs that do survive will develop immunities to the chemicals. They eventually grow and return to their “hot spots.”
You know you’ve hired a good exterminator when they use organic methods to remove bed bugs. Not only will heat remediation work the first time, it protects your property from toxic chemicals.
The most important thing? Do not wait! You don’t have to play your opponent alone. Contact an exterminator as soon as you notice the problem. They will face the issue head on and help you win the game.