Bed Bugs

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Bed Bugs Are BACK!

Recent outbreaks in bed bugs are causing major issues for homeowners, hotels, and the summer camp industry. Studies show increase of 800% in bed bug activity in the last few years as a result of increased world travel and resistance to pesticides. Bed bugs can have one blood meal and gain six times their regular weight, and survive off that meal for up to one year. The female can lay up to 400 eggs in her lifetime!

Why AZEX HEAT for Bed Bugs?

. No pesticides / Non-toxic . Kills nymphs, adults, and eggs . 100% effective . Penetration into cracks /crevices . Does not expand the infestation

RENEW YOUR BED BUG WARRANTY YEAR AFTER YEAR…  FOREVER!

How Is AZEX HEAT Implemented?

Clean, dry heat, is introduced to the bedroom or building and the inside air is slowly raised to a safe "sauna-like temperature". To ensure that the temperatures of 140-160ºF are maintained for a kill of the target organisms. State-of-the art digital thermometers monitor inside ambient, surface, and core temperatures. This heating process penetrates cracks and crevices to kill bed bug nymphs, adults and eggs.
The Experts Agree.Kill Bed Bugs With Heat! "Pesticides don't really work...Heat actually kills the bedbugs."
Maricopa County Environmental Specialist Jay Downey

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Some facts about bedbugs:

- Bedbugs feed on blood, emerging from hiding places at night to seek their meal. The warm blood of mammals and birds is sought when hungry. - Bedbugs are nocturnal. Bright lights and movements of the "host" (your guest) cause them to crawl away to hide. If hungry, they will forage during daylight, but only in dark areas. - Bedbugs can exist for extended periods of time without food. Adults can survive up to one year without feeding. - Females can lay up to 200 eggs in their lifetime at rates of up to five per day when food is abundant. - Eggs are attached to surfaces in cracks and crevices with "cement" produced by the female. - Eggs will not hatch in temperatures of 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit and up. - Bedbugs are usually found within 4-8 feet of food source and generally are more horizontally mobile than vertically so they will look for hiding places at same level as food source. - Bedbugs are transported in furniture, baggage, and boxes, in suitcases and packed clothing and bedding.