Do Bed Bugs Make You Anxious?
Bed bugs have become a major threat to residential and commercial property owners in our area and across the U.S. These pests were dormant for several decades due to the widespread use of DDT, but their resurgence has taken off and there isn’t an end in sight. Entomologists speculate that the reemergence of bed bugs may be due to increased international travel, the ban on DDT and a higher resistance to currently used pesticides. Bed bugs pose a significant risk and challenge to homeowners and businesses alike.
Plunkett’s Offers Extremely Effective Solutions
As far as bed bug treatment goes, the fastest and most effective way to eradicate bed bugs is through heat treatment. The only way to ensure the problem has been solved is to eliminate every last bed bug in your home. This can prove to be difficult as bed bugs hide in small, improbable crevices (not just in beds), so you need to treat everything with intensive heat. Plunkett’s has one of the largest heat treatment fleets in the industry. We can handle large heat treatment jobs in a single day that others might take weeks to complete. The fewer opportunities you give bed bugs to spread, the better.
What is Bed Bug Heat Treatment?
An advanced technology known as Thermal Remediation (heat treatment) is a safe, efficient, and highly effective solution for eradicating bed bugs. Specialized mobile heating units are used within bed bug infested areas to heat and maintain air temperatures between 120°F to 140°F – the temperature range that kills all stages of bed bugs, from eggs to adults.
Helpful Bed Bug Control Resources
Bed Bugs 101 Get the answers to all your questions about these pesky pests.
Heat Treatment Heat treatment is an effective and quick method to solve your problem. Learn more about it here.
K9 Inspection Early awareness of an infestation is crucial to keeping the cost of treatment down. Our K9 Inspection service does just this.