Eco Friendly Bed Bug Treatments
Residual spray pesticide treatments aren’t nearly as effective and environmentally safe as exo friendly bed bug treatments. Eco friendly treatments are easily way better options than commercial pesticides for a couple of reasons. One of the biggest reasons is that bed bugs tend to grow immune to the sprays you find in the market. However, there is no possibility that they will be able to develop immunity against the process used by Chicago Bed Bug Solution. Commercial sprays fail to kill the bed bugs. It usually takes around 15-21 days for them to start diminishing the bulk of the bed bugs being treated. Another big benefit that you will be able to experience through eco friendly bed bug treatment is that any services offered by a dog to sniff our bed bugs can be taken after the treatment to make sure they have all been eradicated. This allows you to gain instant and quick satisfaction afterwards. Moreover, any person in the space suffering from medical conditions such as asthma, post-chemo patients, respiratory illness patients, the elderly, the children and the pets are safe from being affected by the treatment in a harmful manner. It is a quick and easy method that enables you to be eco-friendly and cause no harm to the environment. So if you are looking for bed bug treatment in Chicago that offers good eco-friendly services, our company is a great choice as we are the best bed bug exterminator in Chicago.
Some of our eco-friendly bed bug treatment methods include:
Heat has the ability to kill bed bugs of all life stages. It is an effective way to get the job done. How it works is that we put any items that may have bed bugs in them such as shoes, curtains, blankets, clothes etc into a hot box. The heat is then used to kill the bugs.
Another highly effective and safe method is the steam method. Steam will kill any bed bugs living on the surface of items. It can also get any bed bugs living in around 3/4″ into fabric surfaces. Steam will also kill bed bugs up to 2-3/8” into gaps, cracks and crevices of wooden surfaces.
While the other methods involve heat, cryonite involves the use of extreme cold to get rid of bed bugs. The bugs can be quickly killed by freezing. The use of liquid CO2 is a common method to freeze the bugs dead in place.