Bed Bug Heat Treatments For Your Home
After our initial survey to your property we can visualise the treatments required, we can put our plan together with our recommendations for our clients too gather the correct information for a 100% Bed Bug, Moth or Cockroach eradication Gauranteed
Residential Heat Treatments
Bed bugs conceal themselves very well although visible to the human eye. They remain at most times undetected retreating into a range of cracks and crevices in its environment your abode!
A very good method of gauging if you have bed bugs is applying very sticky double sided or carpet tape on all sides of your bed frame, thereby catching them or even as a temporary measure to help against immediate biting as the host sleeps.Generally black dots closely bunched together are signs of bed bug faeces.Surprisingly bed bugs also hide under your carpets.
These insects need to be where a host is going to be, for an extended period. If in the bedroom, they will come out at night while the host is sleeping, from hiding places such as the frame and headboard of the bed, behind any loose or peeling wallpaper, cracks in wood-work or plaster, from behind wardrobes or bedside cabinets. In the lounge area, they favour soft furnishings and are often found around the arm joints of armchairs and settees.
Adult bedbugs are 4 – 5 mm in length, wingless and uniformly mahogany brown in colour. They have long well-developed walking legs with efficient tarsal claws for clinging on to the host during feeding. Prominent antennae project from the head adjacent to the compound eyes. You will be bitten! The initial warning of a growing infestation is from actually being bitten The resulting irritancy of the anti-coagulant chemical around the bite site can be severe, particularly to people with soft sensitive skin. Scratching is difficult to resist but this can cause infection of the bite area. If this is a likely problem, you should consult a Doctor or Chemist to obtain appropriate medication.
Bedbugs are more active at night, and infestations occur mainly in the bedroom and lounge areas. The bedbug feeds on the host by finding a bare patch of skin, through which it forces the feeding tube of its mouthparts, whilst at the same time injecting the host with its saliva. The saliva contains a chemical that prevents the blood from clotting. It is this substance that causes the itch and swelling associated with the ‘bite’
The bite from this insect can be very irritating. If they are allowed to multiply unchecked, numbers could become such, that the host/s may become anaemic through blood loss, although this is rare.
We Carry Out Heat Treatments For Bed Bugs , Moths Cockroaches & Many other Insects
Is too ensure you have a complete Bed Bug, Moth, Cockroach etc, free premises with our Extreme Heat Technology, No insecticides used with our treatments which makes it completely safe for all the family or staff within the treated areas to return.
We also offer contracts
Depending on the clients needs, we can offer insect monitoring contracts, this can be very helpful in some cases, for example, we have many clients that travel for work, this will make them more of a target to bring back Bed Bugs from their travels, as Bed Bugs are a transported pest.