Bed Bug Heat Treatment in London, UK

Bed Bug Heat Treatment are a leading UK pest controller specialising in bed bug heat treatment in London and surrounding areas.

Killing bed bugs with heat is the most effective way to eradicate an infestation. Using the latest thermal technology, our treatment will kill bed bugs instantly. Heat Treatment for Bed Bugs is so effective that it also kills their eggs eradicating the infestation ensuring that the life cycle is broken.

During the process, we use thermal technology to monitor the temperature of the area being treated ensuring we kill every last bug.


Heat Treatment for Bed Bugs

There are many bed bug treatments options available, however none are as effective as our heat treatment to get rid of these persistent pests.

Over the years bed bugs have become resistant to pesticides traditionally used by many pest controllers. And with the world becoming more conscious of the effects of chemicals on the environment, heat treatment has become the most effective way to remove a bed bug infestation. 

Unlike traditional methods of treatment, heat treatment does not only kill bed bugs in the bed. By heating the whole property it ensures we kill bugs and eggs which can be easily transferred to clothing, books, carpets and other areas of the home.

How Does Heat Treatment Kill the Bed Bugs

Using specialist industrial heaters, we heat the infested property to a sustained temperature of around 141 degrees Fahrenheit and use industrial fans to circulate the heat. The heat treatment will last for up to 6 hours and during this time we will monitor the temperature to ensure there are no cold spots where bed bugs can hide.

The thermal treatment kills bed bugs and their eggs by dehydrating due to long exposure to heat ensuring the infestation is 100% eradicated.


Chemical Free Pest Control

As our heat treatment for bed bugs does not require the use of any chemicals it ensures that your rooms are safe to use after the treatment is finished meaning pets and children are kept safe.

We understand that you may feel embarrassed to have bed bugs so our service is fully discrete. We use plain vans and heat machines.

Before undertaking the work, we will always carry out a full survey to determine which of our bed bug heat treatment packages is right for your infestation.

If you have any questions about our treatment, please feel free to contact us. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff will be happy to help with advice.


A Discrete Treatment for Domestic and Commerical Properties

Bed Bug Heat Treatment London

We treat your whole property to ensure the bed bugs haven’t spread

Bed Bug Heat Treatment London Flats

Flats and Bedsits

Our equipment is capable of treating a single flat in a building

Bed Bug Heat Treatment London Hotels

We offer a fully discrete service for Hotels, Restaurants or Offices

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More Information about Bed Bugs

What are Bed Bugs and where do they come from?

Bed Bugs (Cimex lectularius) are a pest common in London and major cities throughout the world. They thrive where there are lots of people as they find it easy to mov around. They are a stubborn and persistent pest.

What's the Best Treatment for Bed Bug Control?

The best treatment for bed bugs is Heat Treatment. It is an intrusive treatment but this is why it is so effective. The key is good preparation and consistent heat at the correct temperature.

How Quickly can a Bed Bug Infestation be Removed?

Bed Bugs are stubborn pests and it can take more than one treatment if the infestation has been allowed to get out of control. Bed bugs burrow and hide in places which are difficult to reach.

Do the Bed Bugs Die Immediately after the Treatment?

Yes, the Bed Bugs and their eggs will be killed by the heat treatment. The heat causes dehydration and if applied correctly it will reach all of the areas where they have hidden away within your room.

Where do Bed Bugs Come From and What Do They Look like?

Bed bugs originated 1000’s of years ago and feed on blood from their host. They are tiny (around 5mm) and usually a red/brown in colour depending on their stage of development.

What Do Bed Bugs Eat and How Long Can They Survive?

Bed Bugs feed on the blood of their host, this can be Humans or even animals. They can survive for months without a blood meal, however they cannot reach their next stage of development without feeding first.

What Attracts Bed Bugs?

Bed bugs are attracted to the smell of blood but generally they are just attracted to areas where there are lots of people. They use their antennae which detect carbon dioxide from human breath.

How Do Bed Bugs Travel?

Bed bugs can travel in a number of ways. They can travel long distances on clothing or in suitcases and bags. One of the most common ways they transfer is through second hand furniture.

How Often Do Bed Bugs Bite?

Bed Bugs feed on the blood of humans but they do not need to feed every night and will only feed when they feel it is safe to do so, generally at night. They will on average feed every 4-6 days.

Which Insecticide Kills Bed Bugs and their Eggs?

Bed Bugs have become resistant to many of chemicals so insecticide treatments need to be pyrethroid-free. Metofluthrin is a chemical which has proved effective on bed bugs.

What is Heat Treatment for Bed Bugs?

Heat Treatment has proven to be the most effective way of killing bed bugs. Using heat dehydrates these pests and also their eggs and larvae.

How to Remove Bed Bugs from a Mattress

Unfortunately a mattress springs and pockets provide the perfect place for bed bugs to hide. Heat treatment is the only effective way to succesfully treat a mattress.

Bed Bug Images

Below are a selection of bed bug images we have taken during bed bug heat treatment. See more bed bug images here.

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If you require urgent response please contact us on:

0203 600 1045