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Bed Bug Pest Control Treatment Options
Posted At: January 3, 2013 1:21 PM | Posted By : admin

If you have or think you have bed bugs you have options for bed bug pest control.  Most consumers just search online for an exterminator and think the problem can be solved.  Did you know that just one bed bug left behind and your problem can continue?  But, how do you know which option is right for your current bed bug problem?

K-9 Sweeps has the answers and best options for Las Vegas Bed Bug Extermination.Hublot Replica Watches  The company is a bed bug only pest control company servicing residential and commercial clients throughout all of Southern Nevada.  Our staff has the knowledge, experience and treatment protocol to handle all bed bug problems and will always recommend the right treatment.

Whether you have 1 bed bug or 1,000, K-9 Sweeps can confidently eliminate your problem.

 3 Keys to a Bed Bug Heat Treatment

Bring Heat. Our hydronic bed bug heat system is placed within the space; introducing and recirculating heated air with a target temperature not to exceed 130'F.

Monitor. Temperatures are monitored in real time from a remote location using wireless sensors to ensure lethal temperatures are reached without damaging the space and its contents.

 Move Air. High temperature fans move heated air throughout the space to reach insects in cracks and crevices or high infestation zones.

One bed bug extermination method that has garnished exploring is killing bed bugs with heat treatment.  By using high grade industrial heat equipment and raising the internal and core temperature of the structure bed bug heat treatment will kill all stages of bed bugs and bed bug eggs with one treatment, and within hours not multiple visits!  No chemicals are required and your room or residence will be bed bug free the same day.  There is minimal preparation work required on your part (NO need to throw away furnishings, beds, personal items and clothing, etc.).

K-9 Sweeps will always recommend the right treatment to eliminate 100% of all bed bugs in your property.

Please take a moment to review some of your bed bug exterminator options and then give our office a call with any questions.

Chemical Application
This the most common method used today. This method uses a combination of residual sprays and dust, but can also include contact killing agents and insect growth regulators. When performed correctly and the correct choice of products are used, this method is effective.
Pros: Normally the least expensive plan; can be used in all building types; uses pesticides with a residual killing effect typically between 14 to 30 days.
Cons: This method requires multiple treatments - typically 2 to 3 visits; most sprays and dusts do not kill bed bug eggs; some products are known to repel bed bugs; bed bugs are now resistant to many chemicals.

Heat Treatment
One example is Heat Treatment. Our method is a “green” process and uses hydronic heat, no electric or propane bed bug heaters, to kill all stages of bed bugs and is what many people are turning to. The whole room is heated to above 130 degrees for several hours to kill all stages of bed bugs and their eggs.
Pros: No insecticides are used; only one treatment needed when performed correctly; most belongings can remain in your property and will be treated using heat.
Cons: Difficult method to use for multi-unit dwellings; precautions must be taken for heat sensitive belongings; no residual killing; if any bed bugs survive re-infestation can occur; cost. www.perfect-watches.me

This method of treatment utilizes subzero C02 "snow" - also called freezing bed bugs - to kill bed bugs on contact.
Pros: No insecticides are used; dry CO2 can be used in and around electrical sockets; kills instantly.
Cons: Contact killer only and has no residual effect; if you don’t visually see the bed bugs you will not kill them with this method.
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