Bedbug Frequently asked Questions [faqs]

BB CouchQ:  Will the heat cause damage to my electronics?

A:  Not when using a Thermal Remediation system properly.  All electronics have a storage temperature and an operational temperature.  Storage Temperatures typically allow electronics to be subject to up to 149 degrees F.   All electronic equipment within the space should be unplugged during a heat treatment.
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Q:  Does the furniture have to be thrown out?

A:  Typically furniture and personal belongings do not need to be disposed of, except in some rare cases with extremely high levels of infestation.
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Q:  How hot will it get in the area being treated?

A:  The kill zone is between 130-145 degrees F.  Our bed bug heaters are digitally not to monitored in-order that ambient temps do  exceed 130-140 degrees F based on air intake in the areas being treated.  ________________________________________________________________________
Q:  Can’t I just turn up my thermostat and close all the windows to accomplish the same thing?

A:  We highly discourage homeowners from trying to do this themselves.  Research shows that temperatures of 122 degrees F and higher need to be achieved for 100% mortality of the Bed Bug’s full life cycle.  Home furnaces do not have the capability of safely reaching these temperatures.  Proper air movement and temperature monitoring are also key to an effective heat treatment.  Please consider the fire and safety risks when using any type of heating equipment beyond its intended purpose, and call a professionally trained service provider with the proper equipment.
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Q:  Won’t the Bed Bugs just run from the heat and spread to other units or homes?

A:  Bed Bugs are attracted to body heat.  In a similar fashion, it is our experience that Bed Bugs emerge from hiding and are attracted to the heat from the heaters rather than seeking routes to escape.
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Q:  How long does a typical treatment take?

A:  Treatment times will vary depending on the size and construction of the structure, the level of infestation, the type of contents, the level of clutter, etc.  We have found the average time to treat a typical Apartment or Home to be 6-8 hours from set up to tear down.
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Q:  Can this system be used to treat other insects (fleas, roaches, etc)?

A:  All insects have a thermal death point, but their behavior during the heat treatment process will vary.  Bed Bugs are the main focus of McDonald pest control Thermal remediation,Pure Heat.

 

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