Get Rid of Insects Completely with Our Heat Treatment
There are many instances where pests have become immune to the insecticides that should supposedly kill them. So, what should you do if you ever find yourself in the same situation?
The answer is heat treatment – a new, eco-friendly method that is harmless to your possessions and extremely efficient against insects in any stages of development.
The certified pest control technician will use special diesel fuelled heaters to heat up the affected room to 56°C, easily eliminating eggs, larvae, and adult insects from your property in no more than a day.
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|Type of Insect||Lethal Temperature|
|Bed bugs (adults and nymphs)||45°C / 113°F|
|Bed bugs (eggs)||48°C / 118°F|
|Bed bugs (all stages)||50°C / 122°F|
|Other insects (booklice, fleas, etc.)||56°C / 133°F|
During your first visit, we will send a specialist for a thorough survey of all affected areas in your property.
To avoid accidental property damage, the technician will also give you advice on which items you should remove from the room before the actual heat treatment, such as wax items, synthetics, or electronic equipment. Finally, the expert will apply a potent insecticide spray.
The actual heat treatment will commence 2 to 3 days after the survey. In order to perform the service, the technician will bring special pest control heat treatment equipment. To put it simply, it consists of a diesel fuelled heater that raises and maintains the room temperature at a constant 56°C.
The expert will stand by at all times to monitor the temperature levels and to make sure that the system works properly. Note that the length of your service will depend on the size and number of rooms which will be treated.
Don’t forget: Clothes, books and other delicate items should be removed before the session begins.
As part of your guarantee, the same pro will arrive 2 weeks later for an after care inspection. If requested, the specialist can apply another layer of preventive spray at no additional cost as soon as he’s made sure that pesky pests no longer inhabit your home.
With the whole property pest-proofed and treated, the professional will stay just a tad longer to provide you with handy tips on how to keep your home safe from potential future infestations.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is heat treatment?
This is a revolutionary and eco-friendly method that can safely eliminate larvae, eggs, and adults of many insect species without damaging your possessions in any way. Our method is great for dealing with a wide variety of insect infestations, for instance bed bugs, fleas, cockroaches, book lice, woodworm, silverfish, ladybirds, and spiders.
How does heat treatment work?
Most insects are not able to endure hot temperatures. A certified pest controller will heat up the affected area up to 56°C, drying out the pests and killing them in a matter of hours.
Why is heat treatment better than the regular chemical treatment?
Sometimes the insect presence at a property can become resistant to the traditional means of pest control. However, with heat treatment there is a 100% guarantee of complete eradication. And since no chemicals are used, people sensitive to ingredients in insecticides won’t be exposed to potentially dangerous substances.
Is heat treatment safe?
Yes, however all clothes, books, and other delicate items should be removed from the treated room before the start of your session as they may sustain damage from the high temperatures.
How much does heat treatment cost?
In order to calculate the price for the service, we will first need to carry out a preliminary survey. Note that our service is insured against all damages and comes with a three-month guarantee.
Can I be in the house during the heat treatment?
Each room is treated separately and you can not be present as the temperature reaches unbearable degrees.
What if we only have a problem in one room?
We recommend complete treatment of the property as pest infestations are known to spread quickly.