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After scheduling your bed bug heater rental, it's important that you know how to properly use it. These videos will help you prepare.

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Prep Lists and Sensitive Materials

After scheduling your bed bug heater rental, it's important that you know how to properly use it. These videos will help you prepare.
  • Do not use any pesticide bombs, foggers, sprays, dusts prior to heat treatment.

  • Do not remove anything from treatment area except for sealed garbage to be permanently removed.* Furniture and clutter must be pulled away from walls 4 to 6 inches.

  • Excessive piles of linens or clothing should be sealed in bags, left in treatment area, and then washed afterwards. Unplug all electronics except major appliances (Example: Refrigerator).

  • Any items (clothing, shoes, valuables) taken out on the day of heat treatment must be thoroughly inspected and sanitized before being reintroduced into the treated area.

  • Permanently dispose of all trash and unwanted items before treatment.

  • Vacuum or sweep up dust/pet hair as it impedes treatment and is hazardous to the equipment.

  • Improperly secured pictures and posters that may blow down should be taken down and laid flat.

  • Vinyl or faux wood blinds have a low heat tolerance; they can be taken down and laid flat to avoid warping.

  • High power fans are used during this process; loose papers should be secured or weighted down.

Heat Sensitive Items

All items must be inspected, sanitized, placed in a seamless plastic container and either placed in refrigerator or removed from treatment area.
  • Candles, wax, crayons, lipstick and other meltable cosmetics CJ Medicines and vitamins

  • Software, records, CD's, tapes (audio and video)

  • Vinyl and faux wood mini and vertical blinds

  • Photographs in open areas*

  • Remote controls (TV, VCR)*

  • Computers (towers), unplugged and disconnected*

  • Soft vinyl items*

  • Aerosol cans, fire extinguishers, and other combustible items*

  • Musical instruments (may detune due to expansion and contraction)* CJ Cigarette lighters*

  • Pets, fish, fresh fruits and vegetables, chocolates, carbonated beverages, wines, liquors, and artificial sweeteners. In lieu of removal, small items may be placed in a refrigerator.

  • Oil paintings, acrylics (art work), paintings, and pictures*

  • Antique furniture with finish or fragile glue points*

  • Other (In evaluating the treatment area, you may discover additional items that should be removed, such as irreplaceable or sentimental items that are of concern.)

* These heat sensitive items can be exposed to the treatment temperatures for a short duration to achieve a successful kill and then immediately removed from the treatment area to prevent any damage.

To Insure A Proper Treatment

Follow these guideline to ensure success.  If you have any question please call us and we can answer any questions specific to your location. 
  • Back-packs, purses, briefcases, textbooks and all non-essentials should be left IN the treatment area.

  • Air flow is critical to this process, over-packed closets and rooms may not be able to be treated properly.

  • Cement, tile, brick, block, rock, high-ceilings, and under bed spaces may require longer heat times and/or more equipment.

  • Electrical outlets should be accessible and within 50 feet of treatment area.

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High Temperature kills Bed Bugs at All Stages: Bed bugs are very resilient pests that can survive for months without feeding. However, they cannot survive in extreme heat. Exposure to high temperatures of around 120°F (49°C) or more can kill bed bugs at all stages of their lifecycle, including eggs, nymphs, and adults.
Chemical-Free: Using extreme heat to kill bed bugs is a chemical-free and environmentally friendly method. It does not involve the use of pesticides or other harmful chemicals, making it a safer option for people and pets.
You should use heat to kill bedbugs because it is a chemical-free and environmentally friendly method that penetrates hard-to-reach areas, kills bed bugs at all stages, and prevents re-infestation, making it a fast and effective solution.
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