Convectex Sponsers the 2017 Sadodara Gam Convention / 3 Day Picnic

04 Dec 2017
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Thanks for giving Convectex the opportunity to provide the shirts for the 2017 Sadodara Gam Convention / 3 Day Picnic Hope Everyone Had Fun!!!
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A Simple Bed Bug Inspection Guide

20 Nov 2017
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Finding a bed bug infestation as soon as possible is key in being able to perform a QUICK and EFFECTIVE heat treatment.  Treating a minor infestation requires less time and is easier to treat then after the infestation becomes more widespread.  Therefore, professional exterminators highly encourage proactive inspections for all hospitality, multifamily and commercial clients.
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Keep Bed Bugs Out! Tips For Your Tenants – Part 2

01 Nov 2017
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As a continuation of our series on “Tips For Your Tenants” we have compiled a list of ways for your tenants to avoid bed bugs from invading their units.  This is extremely valuable as it could save time and money treating infestations that could have been avoided with a few precautions.  The lists below outlines some of the places where bed bugs are most often found, how to avoid bringing them home, and a few tools that can help you identify and avoid bed bugs. Know When You Are At Risk Here are some of the times and places when you are at the highest risk encountering bed bugs. While traveling – Hotels and motels are the most common places to find bed bugs.  Due to their high traffic and variety of guests bed bugs thrive by hitching rides on visitors.  If you are staying in a hotel or motel always search the room before bringing your belongings into the room.  Check out our “PART 1” article for where to look in your room -  https://convectex.com/blogs/blog/77826309-keep-bed-bugs-out-tips-for-your-tenants You should also avoid putting your luggage on the bed, even if your search was clean for bed bugs.  Always use the luggage rack...
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Keep Bed Bugs Out! Tips for your Tenants – Part 1

01 Nov 2017
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The multi housing industry is one of the most susceptible industries for bed bugs. Due to the high volume of traffic, bed bugs easily hitch rides from one room to the next or from building to building. It’s uncommon to see a housing complex with multiple rooms infested with bed bugs. The infestation can start in one room and spread through the walls, ceilings and floors. One step that all proactive property owners and managers should take is to educate their tenants about the dangers of bed bugs and how to avoid spreading them. Also, tenants should be provided with the proper procedures to notify management of a bed bug problem so a heat treatment can be scheduled as quickly as possible. We have compiled some general information that is helpful in educating your tenants. How to identify a bed bug Bed bugs are flat wingless insects that grow to about .2 inches long. The bed bug body is nearly transparent at the nymph stage, making them that much more difficult to spot. Adult bed bugs have an oval body and a short, broad head. The body as a whole is broad and flat. Unfed adults are brown in color but...
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Convectex Heat Treatments for Any Pest Problem

11 Oct 2017
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The effectiveness of heat treatments against bed bugs has been proven time and time again by countless pest professionals and apartment / hotel owners around the country.  Heat is quickly becoming the go-to method for killing bed bugs due to its high accuracy and speed.  While pest professionals use Convectex heaters to kill bed bugs regularly many are not aware of the other uses that the heaters can be used for.  Complete Bug Eradication The chart below shows how Convectex heat can be used to treat various bugs that destroy your home or bite you when you sleep.  And as an added bonus, heat kills the eggs and other stages of these insects life-cycles as well…which means no more re-occurring infestations. Heat treatments can be used in entire structures, confined areas or for spot treatments.  There is no odor, and after a cooling period the area is safe for people and pets to re-enter and resume business as usual. Temp °F German Cockroach Bed Bug Drywood Termite Argentine Ant 115°F 58 min 14 min 265 min 8 min 120°F 27 min 7 min 30 min 4 min 125°F 16 min 3 min 10 min 2.5 min 130°F 7 min 1...
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