Thermal Remediation is a proven nonchemical method of treating bed bugs. Research has shown that all life stages (adults, nymphs, and eggs) die within minutes at a temperature of 120 degrees. During the thermal remediation process, temperatures in your home will be from 120 degrees and 140 degrees. These are lethal temperatures to bed bug populations but not hot enough not to damage most things (see list of items that need to be removed or protected).
A successful heat remediation is a partnership between the occupant and the heat remediation provider. Our goal is to eliminate the bed bug and its eggs. The goal is more likely to be reached if you are able to help in the preparation. Please use these instructions as your guide.
Your thermal remediation provider will need information from you, the occupant.
It's time to declutter!
Some of the smaller items can be stored in the refrigerator during the treatment. Larger items can be boxed and left by the door for inspection. It will be determined if any of these items need to be treated for bed bugs.
With your cooperation, we will be able to successfully eliminate this serious and challenging pest from your home. We hope that your expectations have been met and we thank you for your help.
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