What are they?
Bed Bugs are little, oval-shaped bugs. They have paper thin bodies and no wings. Bed Bugs usually bite at night and will bite all over, especially around the face, neck, upper torso, arms and hands. Bed Bugs require a blood meal from its host to reproduce. A female Bed Bug can lay 5-7 eggs a week if regularly feeding.
Bed Bugs can live up to 12 months and can stay dormant for up to 18 months if no host is available for feeding.
How To Treat Bed Bugs
The most effective method for killing bed bugs is chemical pesticide and using extreme temperature.
Chemical pesticide spraying is effective in killing live bed bugs Bed bugs but the eggs have been found to be highly resistant to chemical treatment.
Extreme heat and extreme cold are proven methods of killing bed bugs and their eggs. Thermall uses heat to kill bed bugs and the eggs. Compared to traditional chemical treatment, thermal heat is 100% effective and results are immediate.
Visit our About Thermal Heat page to learn more about how we use heat to kill bed bugs.
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