Put your trust in All Seasons Pest Control for your 100% total bed bug elimination.
Should a bed bug infestation occur in your home or business, you can count on All Seasons Pest Control LLC to get rid of the bed bugs quickly and completely. We have been in the pest control business since 1972, and we specialize in the extermination of bed bugs.
At All Seasons, our bed bug control Technicians follow the National Pest Management Association’s Best Management Practices for Bed Bugs to ensure that we have the best possible guidance on killing bed bugs effectively, responsibly and safely. We are your best solution in the eradication of bed bugs and will effectively eliminate the threat of these pests in your home or business.
Bed Bug Treatments
Heat, Chemical or Aprehend bed bug Treatment
There are several ways to eliminate bed bugs from residential and commercial properties,
Heat, chemicals, or, Aprehend live spores treatment.
At All Seasons Pest Control LLC, we offer heat treatments, chemical treatments or Aprehend treatments for bed bug infestation.
We have used innovative Pest Management approaches to resolve bed bug infestations in homes and businesses for many
years now and they have been 100% effective against Bed Bugs...
If you are looking for bed bug treatment options you can choose from three different types of treatments
that get 100% results.
Heat, Chemical, or the Aprehend Live Spores Treatment...
Learn more about our Bed Bug Treatment Programs by calling All Seasons Pest Control LLC for a
free consultation & inspection of your home today.
The common bedbug is an ectoparisite insect (a parasite which lives on the outside of the body of the host) of the family Cimicidae. Bed bugs feed only on the blood of humans and other warm-blooded hosts. Although they have a cryptic behavior and can conceal themselves in tight cracks and crevices for up to 1 year without a feeding, bed bugs are often found in bed parts, such as mattresses and box springs, hence the common name "Bed Bug". If you see bed bugs, please give us a call. We have not had one bed bug job that we could not eliminate the problem.
We have had special, one on one, in-field training, here at All Seasons Pest Control Company by a K-State graduate in Plant and Entomology for the control of bed bugs. We have also had over a hundred hours in other training courses for bed bug control through other entities. This has allowed our technicians to perform hundreds of hours in bed bug treatments in a manner to 100% totally eradicate the bed bug problem in your home, apartment, and buildings. We take no short cuts in our bed bug treatment program for control of bed bugs in your home or building and we use all of the latest methods in a safe manner. If you want a company that has many hours of training and knows what they are doing when it comes to eliminating your bed bug problem, then give All Seasons Pest Control Company a call today. You wont be sorry you did.
The Bedbug life cycle starts with an egg. After birth the bed bug will move through 5 instars or stages, ending with adulthood. While they are moving through the 5 stages they are referred to as a nymph or instar 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and then adult. In order to move from stage to stage during the lifecycle of a bed bug, a bed bug needs to feed on a mammal before it can move to the next stage. They prefer human blood, but will feed on other available animals such as a pet or bat, bird, and so on. They can feed several times during each stage and as much as 1x per day. As the bed bug moves from each stage or instar they will molt as they grow. A bed bug will impale its human host at night to withdraw blood, although if a bedbug has gone without feeding, they might try and feed during the day. A nymph/instar will look for a blood meal right after hatching from an egg. Room temperate plays a role in how fast bedbugs move through the life cycle. If the temperature is between 70 and 80 degrees F, the bed bug takes approximately 4 to 5 weeks at 83-90 degrees F to move from egg, through the juvenile or nymph stages, and to adulthood. Three generations of bed bugs could be born in a year. The lifespan of an adult is 10 to 11 months, although they could live for a year or longer without feeding.
How Does the Heat Process Work?
Do you remember the old adage of boiling a frog? That same principle is applied to killing bed bugs. The story is told, if you throw a frog into boiling water it will immediately jump out of the pot. However, if you put a frog in a pot of cold water and gradually increase the water temperature, the frog will get comfortable and eventually succumb to his death.
That’s exactly how we kill bed bugs – gradually apply heat and they will die.
The thermal death point for a bed bug is between 117 to 120 degrees.
The larva and eggs die at 117 to 120 degrees.
Our bed bug heater will raise the temperature in the rooms up to 140 degrees. This temperature will not harm electronics, furniture, pictures, or wallpaper. You will need to remove some items such as cosmetics, candles, Countertop foods, medication, explosives, etc.
We recommend running our heating machine until the cracks and crevices reach a temperature of 117 to 140 degrees. Depending on the size of the rooms and building & wall construction, that should take between 1 to 2 hours to get to the temperatures needed.
This is by design; we do not want to heat the room too quickly.
Once the cracks & crevices reach 117 to 140 degrees, we recommend that the temperature be held there for between 3 to 4 hours.
After that waiting period – the bed bugs are Dead, Dead, Dead every time.
There is no re-treatment needed, there is no resistance, all bed bugs will be dead at that temperature.
At this point, we recommend using a vacuum cleaner to simply sweep up the dead bed bugs.