Bed Bug outbreaks have been increasing. They mostly affect larger metropolitan areas, but outbreaks can really happen anywhere. For Florida homeowners, Bed Bugs are unhealthy and can cause skin rashes, psychological effects and allergic symptoms. For Florida commercial property owners, your tenants not only suffer the afore mentioned health risks, but Bed Bugs can pose a serious threat to your business and reputation.
How We Protect Your Family
We specialize in the safest most effective way to get rid of Bed Bugs. We use patented Bed Bug heat systems. Heat proves to be an effective insect and bug killer. It is non-toxic, which means it is safer for your family.
We also monitor the heat system to ensure it is working in every location of your home or business, and is reaching every corner.
How Bed Bug Treatment Works
Heat Systems are by far the best way to get rid of Bed Bugs. Bed Bugs have been developing a resistance to commonly used pesticides, but heat has the ability to kill them in seconds.
First we start off with safe heat distribution of up to about 135° F. Bed Bugs are attracted to this heat and are killed by it. We monitor the heat to ensure it is safe and is reaching all locations of your home or business by moving the air around.
We do a post inspection to ensure there are no remaining Bed Bugs. These heat systems, when operated by professionals, are much more effective than any do-it-yourself methods.
About Bed Bugs
Believe it or not, in developed nations, Bed Bugs were mostly eliminated by the 1940’s. Ever since about 1995 though, they have started to make an unexpected come back.
Many think it could be due to increased foreign travel or even greater focus on other pests, leaving Bed Bugs to thrive. Other names for Bed Bugs are heavy dragoon, chinche and crimson rambler.
Bed Bugs are bloodsucking insects, and are attracted to their hosts by carbon dioxide and warmth. Their bites can cause a range of skin manifestations and even blisters.
Finding Bed Bugs can be a bit of a challenge. They are usually nocturnal and can be elusive pests. They prefer beds of course, but can often be hiding in dark corners and crevices. They can even lay their eggs in fabric seams.
Bed Bugs often remain close to their food or hosts. This means near common areas like couches and beds. However, they have often been known to be in luggage and cars.