Certified Professional Restoration specializes and focuses on bed bug extermination using the highest-quality, chemical-free treatment on the market today. While homeowners and business owners often opt for lower-cost, less effective courses of treatment for bed bug problems, our certified and experienced team starts the extermination process with techniques that we KNOW will work. Thermal extermination is the best treatment for bed bugs and the only one that will successfully get rid of them for good.
Other types of bed bug extermination treatments require the use of harsh chemicals or DIY solutions that simply will not eradicate your bed bug problem. Many people try these methods before finally relying on thermal extermination to complete the job. Don’t waste your time or money relying on gross chemicals that aren’t going to alleviate you of your bed bug problem. Call CPR right now and let our thermal extermination treatment do the job right the first time!
Call Now! 330-733-5570
Thermal Extermination is the newest method of combat in the war against bed bugs. Thermal Extermination is also known as “thermal remediation” and “heat treatments.” Thermal Extermination heats the air in your home or business unit between 120 and 135 degrees Fahrenheit. This range of temperatures is known as the “Kill Zone” for bed bugs by industry professionals because constant exposure to these temperatures will eradicate bed bugs within minutes. Thermal Extermination can successfully eliminate bed bugs without the use of harsh chemicals. Many people will try insecticides and other chemical treatments before eventually relying on Thermal Extermination to rid them of the problem.
Thermal Extermination is generally the last resort method because of the cost, but treating bed bugs right the first time will ultimately save you time and money. Here’s how:
Bed bugs are tiny, red or brown colored insects that hide in dark crevices during the day and come out at night. Pesticides had greatly reduced bed bug infestations during the 1960s, but it has been suggested that they are coming back due to the banning of DDT (a chemical in pesticides), an increase in international travel, and the bed bugs developing resistance to pesticides.
Because bed bugs have adapted to chemical treatments, these methods of use simply will not work to get rid of the pests. Self-treatment will ultimately force bed bugs into different areas of the home, causing new infestations.
Common places to find bed bugs are:
Bed bugs are not like ticks. They do not jump, fly, or dig, but they can enter different places by attaching themselves or their eggs to clothes, hats, shoes, suitcases, backpacks, and bedding.
Because only half of the population is allergic to bed bugs, it can be difficult to know whether or not you have an infestation problem or if a treatment was successful.
If you are concerned that your home or business might have bed bugs, please call for a free consultation or inspection by one of our senior staff inspectors.