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Bed Bug Heat Treatments

A bed bug heat treatment is a method used to eliminate bed bugs by raising the temperature of an infested area to a level that is lethal for these pests. The process involves using specialised heating equipment to heat the affected space to a temperature of around 49 to 60 degrees Celsius. 


Bed bugs are sensitive to high temperatures, and exposing them to such heat levels for a sustained period of time can kill them and their eggs.


The heat treatment is often applied to the entire room or structure, ensuring that bed bugs hiding in cracks, crevices, and furniture are effectively eradicated. It is considered an effective and environmentally friendly method for bed bug control, as it doesn't involve the use of chemical pesticides.

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Why do we use electric heaters?

-Precision: Electric heaters can be controlled more precisely to maintain the desired temperature throughout the treatment process. This ensures that the heat is distributed evenly, leaving no cold spots where bed bugs could survive.

-Safety: Electric heaters are considered a safer option compared to some other heat sources, such as propane or open flames, which pose fire hazards and require extra safety measures.

-Environmental Friendliness: Electric heaters do not produce fumes or emissions, making them an environmentally friendly choice for bed bug heat treatments.

-Consistency: Electric heaters can maintain a consistent temperature, which is important for ensuring that bed bugs are exposed to lethal heat levels for a sufficient duration

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