Many people do not realize they have a bed bug infestation until they start noticing bites. Even then, bites may go unnoticed as people react to bed bug bites in different ways. Nearly half of all victims of bed bug bites have little or no reaction to the bites. Due to their elusive nature, professional expertise is necessary to spot the signs of bed bugs. Bed bugs are notorious travelers. Nearly every part of the planet has some presence of bed bugs. They love to hitchhike in suitcases and on clothing. Once they find a new home, they look for places to hide that has access to an undisturbed blood meal. Bed bugs can hide in mattresses, headboards, box springs, couches, chairs, behind picture frames, and even electrical outlets.
How Do I Get Bed Bugs?
Bed bugs can find their way into your home from just about anywhere – hotels, gyms, place of business, and retail stores just to name a few. They use luggage and personal belongings to hitch a ride into your home and once inside they can be very difficult to control.
The professionals at Champion Termite & Pest Control are trained and certified to quickly identify and totally eliminate your bed bug infestation. Whether at your home or place of business, Champion Termite & Pest Control guarantees to solve your problem.
Bed Bug Guarantee
Bed bugs can be brought back into your home or place of business at any time. There is no way to prevent them from re-infesting so Champion Termite & Pest Control cannot guarantee that you will never see bed bugs again. We will, however, guarantee to eliminate your problem for at least 30 days and will return to provide any additional re-treatments within 30 days from initial service.
Bed Bug Service Includes
Thermal Remediation Heat Treatment
This environmentally friendly process has now been adopted in the industry for bed bug control. Heat treatment is widely regarded as one of the most effective solutions for bed bugs.
Portable heaters, either electric or propane-fired, are used to gradually heat the ambient air within rooms to above 120º F while monitoring with strategically placed temperature sensors and infrared thermometers.
This high temperature is then held for 2 to 4 hours or more depending on the level of infestation, and relative level of clutter in the treated rooms.
NOTE: Heat treatment is a low-risk option for customers (and their pets), and the environment due to the minimal use of pesticides. The service can be completed in just one day rather than over the course of a few weeks, and it’s effective against all life stages of a bed bug.
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