Bed bugs are some of the most resilient pests around. Not only are the hard to eliminate due to their uncanny ability to hide in the smallest of spaces, when traditional methods are used, an infestation can also take months to eradicate. These hardships have caused many people to turn to unhealthy and unsafe practices to get rid of their bed bug problem. The truth of the matter is, traditional pesticides don’t work as the main method of bed bug elimination.
Pesticides were one of the first used treatments for bed bugs and were proven effective in the beginning. Historically some of the most effective and accessible pesticides include DDT and other pyrethroid insecticides, pyrrole insecticides, and synthetic pyrethroids. These methods have been proven to be both dangerous and ineffective over the past few decades.
Once you’ve realized that heat is the best way to kill bed bugs, you’ve likely turned to Convectex to purchase the perfect Bed Bug Heat package for your needs. But with all the different heaters and power options available from Convectex, you might be asking yourself, “Which Package is Right for Me?”.
Here is an easy to read comparison and review of our top 4 selling bedbug heat packages to help you make the right decision.
Here at Convectex, we get asked a LOT of bed bug questions. Whether it’s new pest control business owners, motel/hotel owners, or even the do-it-yourselfer that wants to get rid of bed bugs now, many people have unanswered questions about bed bugs and how to get rid of them.
Here are some FAQ’s that the Convectex Pros are asked:
Are bed bugs a sign that someone is “dirty”?
It’s important to remember that bed bugs do not indicate an unsanitary living situation. The cleanest homes can have huge bed bug issues if the proper treatment techniques aren’t used quickly. Furthermore, improving sanitation alone will not get rid of the bugs. Cluttered environments can offer bed bugs more places to hide, making treatments more difficult and make it seem as though the infestation is worse than it really is. But, again, reducing clutter won’t make the bed bugs go away; it will simply make your treatment efforts a bit easier. Everyone is at risk of having a bed bug problem.
them is at night since they tend to sleep during the daytime. They’ll sneak into your mattress or box springs, and they can also be found in baseboards, behind electrical switch plates, in picture frames, behind wallpaper, or even in books.