People use to think of bed bugs as a cute, make believe bedtime clich Sleep tight, dont let the bed bugs bite. The truth is they are quite real and far from cute! Bed bugs have been a known human parasite for thousands of years and have been in the United States since the 17th century. By the 1940s, bed bugs were all but eliminated, but due to the banning of effective but harmful chemicals and increased international travel, bed bugs have made a big time come back.
Steves Pest Control is proud to offer Heat Treatment and the RX Heat Treatment System for the complete elimination of bed bugs. Click here to read about Steves Bed Bug Heat Treatment Warranty. Rather than using merely chemical treatments that require multiple treatments, large amounts of pesticide, and a lot of preparation performed by the client, Steves Heat Treatment penetrates the entire area, requires only one treatment, requires little to no pesticide and has far less preparation. Best of all the problem is eliminated in one day! Heat Treatment is a newer technology that Steves Pest Control has been using since 2010. Heat is strategically placed throughout the treatment area until reaching a desired temperature between 125-140. We not only reach this temperature in the open air space but inside the walls, beneath carpet and other floor surfaces, bedding, furniture, clothing and all other contents. Powerful air movers and digital temperatures sensors are strategically placed throughout the treatment area(s) to distribute and monitor the air and its accurate temperature. Once all areas have reached 125 we sustain that minimum temperature for 2-4 hours. After the service has been completed will have successfully killed all eggs, nymph and adult bed bugs.
Many of our technicians have completed specialized training on the RX Heat treatment system, and weve invested in four heat systems. Were proud to offer this new technology to the mid-Missouri market. Our goal with the RX Heat program is total bed bug elimination. Click hereto view a video about how the treatment technology works.
For businesses such as hotels, motels, hospitals, apartments and dorms, we recommend scheduling regular bed bug inspections throughout the year. These kinds of business are especially susceptible to bed bug invasion because the business hosts a relatively transient population people come and go often.
Bed bugs find new locations to invade by hitchhiking from one location to another on luggage, clothing and people. Its important for businesses with transient populations to keep a regular schedule of bed bug inspections because new people are coming in constantly. Every new visitor is a potential bed bug carrier, and new invasions are possible at any time.
Click here to learn more about bed bugs, and to see the Steves Pest Control team inspect a hotel. Click here to schedule a bed bug treatment. Click here to contact us about a bed bug inspection.
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