Bed Bug Heat Treatment versus Chemicals

Why is Bed Bugs Heat Treatment Better than Using Chemicals?

Throughout history, the treatment for Bed Bugs has been mostly chemicals in an effort to help with the reduction of the pest. Of recent, this has changed as it has been proven to be less effective when dealing in solitary bed bug treatments. A in-formal survey by entomologists have findings that show 68% of all bed bug populations required 3 or more pesticide visits, 26% needed 2 visits, and 6% needed just 1.

A continuing concern in the use of pesticide is the possibility that they have become resistant when treating bed bugs. The Association of Integrated Pest Management or IPM had found that by 1956 Bed Bugs had developed a complete resistance to DDT which was so widely used that they changed their methods to a new pesticide known as Malathion. More recently the University of Kentucky determined that Pyrethoids an attractant wasn’t working very well either.  It leads to the conclusion that the ongoing use of pesticides in excess simply makes the Bed Bugs more immune. What some Pest Control companies have done to compensate is to raise the amount of pesticide in single and multiple treatments.  Not only is this a dangerous practice, it has very adverse affects on the environment, humans and pets alike.  Bed Bugs & Beyond utilizes a method that simply changes the surroundings of the Bed Bug and makes it lethal for the survival of the pest.

Bed Bugs and Beyond is a Bed Bug Treatment company that specializes in Bed Bug Elimination through the use of Bed Bug Heat Treatment. Using Thermal Heat all Bed Bugs in your home, building, office or workplace for good!

Most importantly, some people may be sensitive to chemicals as a result of neurological or other medical disorders. These people may not have the option to use chemical solutions as part of their control method. Bed Bugs & BeyondHeat® is a non-chemical process and therefore is the practical solution for people with chemical sensitivities and is ideal for treating health care facilities, hospitals, and schools where chemicals are not an option.