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Heat Pro | Denver, Co Bed Bug Exterminator, Heat Treatment …

Heat Pro is Colorado’s premier heat treatment company for bed bug exterminations and removal, your local bed bug experts. Bed bugs are becoming increasingly resistant to chemical treatments, which is why we take a different approach to bed bug treatments. Heat above 118 degree kills enzymes within the cellular makeup of bed bugs and their eggs and can penetrate into all the hiding places of bed bugs. Heat treatments are much safer, more effective, and require less preparation work. For a bed bug heat treatment in Colorado, we are the leaders in value, quality, and a truly scientific approach. Heat Pro also specializes in Bed Bug removal from apartments,hotels and motels in the Denver Metro Area, Boulder and Mountain Resorts.

Home Bed Bug Treatments

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Includes heater, fans, extension cords, instructions,and advice.

One YearWarranty-Best In Denver and Northern Colorado!

Bed Bug Service Areas

Heat Pro provides the longest warranty of any bed bug heat treatment company in Denver. Heat Pro will return at no charge for one additional treatment at no cost for a period of up to ONE YEARfrom the date of the original treatment of single family homes. This guarantee applies to full service heat treatments of entire residences.

Bed Bug Inspections and Bed Bug Inspection Dogs

Bed bugs are small and reclusive in nature. However, bed bugs are visible (apple seed sized). Regarding inspecting for bed bugs, you spend much more time in your home as an observer and you are much more likely to find a bed bug than a pest control professional performing a quick visual inspection. Many companies offer free inspections to employ scare sales tactics. We do not believe in this practice.

Please visit our inspection guidefor information on how to identify a bed bug infestation.

If you are not finding any evidence of bed bugs in your home, we recommend having a bed bug inspection K9 perform a scent inspection. If the bed bug infestation is small, you may not be able to identify any visual evidence. These highly trained dogs are able to detect the scent of even one bed bug or egg in a home.

Here is a list of our recommended bed bug inspection dogs and handlers:

Eric Holtshulte, Colorado Bed Bug Dog,,303-704-4299(Denver Metro and Surrounding)

Dennis Kassab, 203-545-8205 (Summit County)

Additional Bed Bug Services Offered

Heat Pro provides bed bug heat treatments in Denver and surrounding areas. In additional, we offer bed bug DIY heater rentals (complete with all necessary accessories), drop off luggage heat treatments, bed bug vehicle treatments, bed bug inspection services, bed bug expert legal testimony, andmore!

Heat Pro Reviews

James H

8 Months Ago

Bill was an invaluable resource when we were freaking out about a bedbug infestation. We had recently returned from vacation and noticed a bug that looked like a bedbug in our room. I spoke with Bill with Heat pro and he suggested I bring a sample of what we found down to him and he would analyze it. He informed us that it was certainly a bat bug and in fact nothing to be concerned about. Not only did he save us a ton of stress and headache. He also could’ve made a quick sale and instead he was an honest and responsible business person. I will always keep his number and recommended him to anybody that may need his services in future.

Liz Dougan

10 Months Ago

I cannot recommend Heat Pro enough! Bill is very professional and responds right away. His employee came out the very next day, and they both saw the job through until the end. Bill went above and beyond to make an awful situation much easier to deal with. I hope I never need his services again, but should the need arise I will definitely use him again.

Brandon Orcutt

These guys are great. Unlike so many companies today, they care about your needs and will do everything they can to make sure the job is done right. The owner, Bill, far exceeded my expectations on a customer service level on several different occasions throughout the process. Thanks to Heat Pro, we have been bug free for three weeks now. And, with the four month guarantee, I have the peace of mind knowing that even if one or two pesky little critters managed to survive, Heat Pro will be back to see the job through. I would highly recommend Heat Pro over any other exterminator in the Denver area.

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Tell Us: Snakes in the House? | The Old Farmer’s Almanac

Since moving to where both bw spiders and prairie rattlers are not uncommon, and since there’s no way I can afford med care especially a stint in ICU for bites from either, I’ve shifted from catch/release to ‘kill on sight’ with each of these.

BW spiders indoors are ‘goners’ via vacuum. Those outdoors, if some distance from the house, are ignored, otherwise stomped, hit with a rock, or whatever’s easiest. The BWs are common enough I find I no longer whisper an apology as I kill! 🙁

Rattlers are ‘goners’ regardless. I live close to many families and there is no reliable assistance to safely catch/release. On ‘behalf of myself and neighborhood’, rattlers are dispatched with a quick chop of a sharp edged long handled spade. (I carry such a spade with me or keep one near while doing yard work. I cannot hope for these dangerous snakes to stay put while I go get a shovel!) I don’t end up killing more than one a year at most, most years I never see one and do keep a sharp eye out for them.

I *do* have and ‘protect’ garter snakes. Great for control of mice and for keeping noise of abundant crickets down! In fact, any snake that has a long, narrowing, sharply pointed, tail is left alone. I also yell at my 2 dogs to ‘get back if I see them show interest in a snake since until I see the animal I have to assume it could be a rattler. The dogs have annual snake vaccinations but this is usually considered “helpful toward survival” rather than assurance.

This morning a new development! Walked into kitchen mid-morning to find a garter snake, slender but about 24″ long, smack in the center of the floor area. It wasn’t there only minutes before! I’ve trained myself to check for ‘pointy tail’ before getting overly excited. Nice, longish, slender and very pointed tail. (Shape of head also a huge clue but for some reason tail seems faster way to check to my brain.) I went to get a sheet of cardboard to guide it out back kitchen door only to find it missing when I returned. I checked recycle collection corner and there it was, behind a box. I realized it had many places to hide unless I could cause it to head for the door. Decided a soft broom might do (could possibly sweep it along if needed) and used the broom to steadily ‘bang’ softly on the box it hid behind, causing it to slide away from the noise toward the already opened back door. (I’ve learned with herding cattle – make the noise ‘behind’ the animal or at least behind it’s ‘front end’. Noise too close to the front of an animal causes it to turn left or right instead of going forward!) As it emerged from boxes and slid along wall I followed a short distance behind it, keeping up the soft sounding bang of broom against wall. I maintained a ‘slow steady beat’. I had no reason to try to excite or frighten the snake, but did want it to get moving.

Worked like a charm! Within minutes the snake slithered over the door jam and onto the cement porch floor and from there out to the yard.

BUT – then I began to wonder: what if it had been a rattler? Could I ‘chop’ a rattler especially if I was indoors and my handy sharp long handled spade was outdoors? Hmm … I know from previous experience that I cannot call anyone to come deal with a rattler and still hope to know where the snake is by the time anyone might arrive. My ‘clever plan’ at this moment is to put as many extension wand pieces as possible on vacuum and pull the snake into the vacuum. My canister vacuum’s don’t have bags, so if it works, I’ll have the snake confined, probably still alive and very upset, amid whatever was in the bag (dust and pet hair). Then what! My plan is to stuff a towel into end of vacuum hose and hand-carry the container to … somewhere? … Maybe to sheriff’s office? I’ve not thought that far yet.

I came online for evidence of anyone using a vacuum to pick up a snake. No luck re snakes but this discussion does describe vacuum as a catch/release or at least capture life a toxic house intruder. So I thank all of you for the many tales and shares and am resolved that IF a rattler appears inside my house my best bet is likely the vacuum. I feel better already! 🙂

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Whether your home is experiencing pests or your business has specific pest control needs in Ventura, Insight Pest Management has the expertise to handle it. Try our proofing services to protect your home from pest and animal intrusions. Our bird deterrent programs protect your structure from birds and the parasites and messes they bring. Insight Pest Management offers complimentary non-escrow pest control & termite inspections in Ventura, CA. Let one of our highly trained Ventura exterminator evaluate your property and offer you comprehensive solutions to any issues we find.

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Ant Control & Ant Killer Products | DIY Ant Pest Control

Maxforce Ant Bait Stations start to kill ants in just six hours, and tests show 90% population reductions in just four days.

Effective against Argentine, Odorous House, Ghost, Pavement, and Little Black Ants.

Provides fast control in 3-5 days. Maxforce gel uses a delayed action kill so the bait is passed throughout the carpenter ant colony.

Fire Ant bait with IGR and an added insecticide that kills fire ants and prevents the queen from laying fertile eggs.

An ant gel attractant that mimics honeydew and enhances bait acceptance by a variety of protein feeding ants, sweet feeding ants and roaches.

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InTice Thiquid Ant Bait is a thick, syrup bait that common household ants will find irresistible. The completely odorless InTice Thiquid formula attracts ants fast.

A professional ant gel for indoor and outdoor control of ants that is highly attractive and long-lasting.

A professional insecticide bait gel that is highly attractive, broad spectrum formula containing the new active ingredient Indoxacarb.

new super-sweet ant bait formula is odorless, no-drip formula, and widely accepted by ants.

A professional granular insecticide bait that treats many insects including ants, silverfish and roaches for lawns & gardens and inside the home.

Maxforce Quantum Ant Bait is the newest formulation from Maxforce and is accepted by sugar feeding ants.

A granular insecticide bait that may be used indoors and outdoors in the home and lawn and garden for a variety of insects.

This ant bait is for landscape control of fire ants and all professional uses and areas.

InTice Border Patrol System is a durable plastic bait station used to easily lure ants/insects in and keep moisture out

A gelatin formula ant bait that allows feeding for more household ants at a time and eliminates messes and spills

A gel bait insecticide that eliminates roaches, silverfish and ants including the queen and the colony.

A syrup bait that attracts a wide range of ants, especially rover ants and highly effective in eliminating them and can be used in hard to reach areas.

A liquid ant bait for all sweet-eating ants that will kill the queen and colony.

An instant kill for fire ants and tough ant problems with a fast kill action.

An ant gel bait for fast and effective control of carpenter, argentine, pharaoh, pavement ants and more. Comes in a box with 4 reservoirs.

Ant Control is easy when you have an arsenal of professional ant control products at your disposal. We are the largest do-it-yourself pest control supplier on the web and have everything you need for a complete DIY ant control treatment. On this pageyou’ll find the same quality ant control treatment products, ant killer and ant baits the pros use. We recommend you check out our ant kits too!

Knowing how to get rid of ants is the first step in your adventure to live ant-free. There are many different kinds of ant killer products available on the market today. One of the most professional ant control products you can buy is Termidor. This product is effective at killing the entire colony of ants and not just the ones you see. If you were to ask any exterminator which product they would recommend for a serious outdoor ant control problem, they would most likely recommend Termidor. It is easily one of the best ant killer products available.

To get rid of ants in the house, we recommend using products such as ant traps(also known as ant bait stations). Ant baits and traps are very effective solutions for getting rid of ants in the house, as well as outdoors.

There are all kinds and sizes of ants. Some people might fear the larger ants the most, but the truth is that the smaller ants, which live in colonies of huge numbers, are the more difficult ants to control. At Do My Own Pest control we will teach you how to kill ants effectively so you dont have to worry about that never-ending trail of pests for a long time. Getting rid of ants is easy and we will guide you through the entire process. Give us a call at 1-866-581-PEST.

Despite the fact that ants are one of the most annoying pests around, they are actually one of the most interesting little creatures too. Here are some did you know facts about ants:

Tip #1: Treat most ant problems using professional ant bait. Ant bait works best because the worker ants are able to carry the bait back to the nest where it eventually kills the entire colony including the queen. Many over-the-counter ant control products will only kill the ants you see and not the queen, causing the infestation to continue.

Tip #2: Once you’ve controlled the ants with baits, it’s time to put up a defense around your home to keep ants from coming back. Use a residual insecticide spray labeled for ants such as Dominion 2L or Optigard Flex around the outside of the home and dust under baseboards and in wall voids using a pest control dust. Doing this will put a nice barrier around your house keeping ants and other insects out.


The best approach to ant control in the home is cleanliness. Any type of food or food particles can attract and provide food for ants. Store food in tight containers. Remove plants that can attract ants or control aphids, whiteflies and other insects that produce honeydew. Reduce moisture sources, including condensation and leaks. Inspection. Location of the nest is the key to control because ants are social insects. Large numbers of individual ants can be killed without ever solving the problem. Determine the kind of ant species. Most species of ants never enter buildings; others build their nests near buildings and forage indoors. Others usually nest indoors.

Keep a record of where ants have been seen. Some ants follow definite trails. If possible, follow these trails to the nest. Placement of attractive materials, such as jelly, oils, protein and other materials can attract large numbers of ants so they can be followed to their nest.

Often children like to watch ants and can be very useful in tracing their trails. Outdoors, ant nests can often be located by seeing ant hills on the ground. Some ants deposit earth on the soil surface when they construct the nest. Fire ants and certain other ants build conspicuous mounds. Nests may also be constructed next to or under the house foundation, under sidewalks, driveways and patios, or in decaying logs or tree trunks.

Indoors, ants may nest in walls, behind a baseboard or under the house. Often ant trails enter through a crack but the nest may be some distance away. Some ants may also nest in decayed or rotting wood in the house.

Chemical Control:

Ants can be controlled with baits, crack and crevice treatments, indoor space and surface treatments, outdoor barrier and broadcast treatments, as well as void and attic treatments. However, methods that target individual trails of ants such as crack and crevice treatments and indoor space and surface treatments are usually a “quick fix” and ineffective in the long term because they do not significantly reduce the ant population and do not affect the queen.

Ant baits, however, were developed to exploit the foraging and nest mate feeding behaviors of ants. Bait treatments are effective for control of many ant species. Since ants rely heavily on trophallaxis (reciprocal feeding), the bait toxicant can be thoroughly distributed to the members of the colony, including the queen and brood. Baits are effective because they not only kill the foraging members of the colony, but they kill the queen(s) so no other ants are produced.

The ideal bait contains a slow-acting, non-repellent toxicant that is incorporated into a preferred food substrate. There are many types of baits on the market.

In general, ant baits can be found as:

*Granules for broadcast



*Ready-to-use, tamper resistant containers

Both granules and liquids can be used in specially designed stations. Liquids are usually prepackaged for use or come as part of a system that uses a bait station. Gel baits usually come prepackaged in large syringes for crack and crevice treatments.

For large areas, the most efficient management method is to broadcast bait with a granular. The application rate for most granular bait labels is 1 to 1.5 lb. per acre. This rate translates into about 7 to 9 granules per square foot for most baits. Granular ant baits can be broadcast in the landscape around structures and in lawns. Most granular baits that are labeled for broadcast use are also labeled for individual mound or nest treatments.

Use the following guidelines for successful baiting:

*Use fresh bait. If the bait is not fresh, ants will be less likely to eat it. Ants must eat the bait in order to be effective. If the bait smells like rancid oil or stale potato chips, the bait is spoiled.

*Wash your hands before baiting to prevent contamination from other products (and after baiting).

*Do not smoke while baiting. The nicotine will contaminate the bait.

Timing of the application is as important as the choice of control. Granular broadcast applications should be done in good weather. A good rule of thumb is to bait on a day that you would have a picnic; about 70 to 90F and not immediately before or after a drenching rain. Also, turn off any irrigation for a few hours before and after baiting.

*Bait after the dew, rain or irrigation has dried. Water can ruin baits.

*Bait where you see the ants foraging.

*Store bait in an airtight container and place in a cool dry place, away from other pesticides or potential contaminants.

*Gel baits are particularly useful in crack and crevice treatments. In all cases of bait use, do not spray any insecticides around the bait application. Sprays are repellent and if they contaminate the bait, the bait treatment will be ineffective because the ants will not eat it.

For heavy infestations, we recommend a 3-Step Program:

1. Treat the perimeter with a repellent liquid or granular insecticide.

2. Broadcast bait with the appropriate product for your ant problem.

3. Individually treat remaining infestations, whether they are indoor or outdoor, such as fire ant mounds.

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Termite Pictures: Photo Gallery with Images

Images of common termites and termite damage found around the home to aid in pest identification.

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Illustration of a Dampwood Termite

Dampwood termites on wood

Illustration of an eastern subterranean termite

Eastern subterranean termite on wood

Pair of eastern subterranean termites

Eastern subterranean termites in soil

Eastern subterranean termites in rotted wood

Eastern subterranean termites caught on a cleaning cloth

Eastern subterranean termites in wood

Infestation of eastern subterranean termites on rotted wood

Eastern subterranean termites on a leaf

Eastern subterranean termites inside a wall

Close up of a soldier termite

Soldier termite on wood

Mass of winged swarming termites

Discarded wings shed by swarming termites

Close up of winged termite

Winged termite caught in a trap

Swarming termite perched on fabric

Queen termite surrounded by workers

Illustration of a western drywood termite

Infestation of western drywood termites in a wall

Worker termites in wood

Worker termites at the entrance to a tunnel

Termite damage to a wood beam

A termite-infested tree stump

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mouse exterminators – Mice Riddance

The easiest and in many cases the cheapest way to get rid of mice or other rodents until they do any substantial harm or cause any danger is to hire a professional exterminator. Finding an expert in this field would not be a problem and depending on the scale of mice infestation he can save you a lot of time and money.

Many dangerous diseases are transmitted to humans via contaminated mouse feces or urine. The most common are the following:

Mice extermination includes several important stages: tracking down, identifying possible entries and exits and zeroing the nests. If you scare the mice away from your house with one of your hunts they can move to another house, stay there for some time and then come back later. Therefore, to ensure that you will not have recurring mice problems its strongly advisable to address a professional comprehensive exterminator.

Of course, you can use mice traps and try to solve the problem by yourself, but an important thing to remember is that proper placement of the trap can only be done when knowing all the entries and exits and tracking the movement of the mice, which is extremely difficult without professional help. Even if the trap works, the problem of getting rid of the remnants remains.

Therefore, it is always safer to call a professional mice control company when dealing with these tiny but intelligent and evasive rodents.

For house mice breeding starts in early spring, so in the late spring, their population increases when new mice reach their physical maturity. This usually happens from 5 to 7 weeks after their birth. This is why most sightings of mice are reported from April to June. Also at this season the temperature and the number of food sources are growing, so accordingly do their chances of survival.

But, as the temperature falls down and natural food sources run out, mice naturally seek for the shelter and food in human houses or other buildings where they like to nest. Thats why the second increase in mice population and sightings is usually in October and November. Most people would report noticing the signs of mice and their nests in their homes at this time.

In order to have success in fighting with mice, one should consider and take advantage of these seasonal peculiarities and changes in mice behavior not only to eliminate mice from the house but also to ensure that they wont come back. What you should expect from professional mouse exterminators is to develop a customized plan to control mice invasion and population for your particular home.

Even if you dont see any signs of mice nesting in your house at present, remember that its better to take preventive measures and winter is the right time to start. If you do this in winter, you will have fewer mice in spring and this will avert possible infestations next year.

If you take preventive measures against mice infestation in spring and summer, you will receive double benefits. You will have no troubles with rodents during warm season when the population is naturally higher and it will help you avoid infestation in autumn when mice are looking for shelter and nesting places.

Not only your home or other buildings require examination and active measures. Your yard can also seem appealing for the rodents so you need to take a good care of it. In spring and summer make sure to keep it trimmed and clear any debris in autumn and winter for more effective mice control.

Price can vary depending on the company, but keep in mind these 3 main principles:

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We Kill Pest Control Hollywoodis an industryleader for pest control servicesin Hollywood FL. Exterminating and managing pests is a tedious and lengthy task. It is a long-term goal that should repeated at least every 1 to 3 months to ensure pests dont repopulate to their original number. There are different kinds of pest but one of them is especially dangerous for some people because the allergic reaction they get. That is why a good bee removal is required. If overlooked, pests can definitely cause several issues including health dangers from defecating on floors, food, furniture and other areas. Sometimes the contaminated areas can be where you and your children may be sleeping or eating in. In addition, it makes your household or office workplace look bad from a visitors standpoint. For these given reasons, pest control serviceshould be selected to provide optimal results. We at We Kill Pest Control Hollywood have the experience for both precise planning and thorough preparation, which are keys to effective management of pests.

Wherever you are in Hollywood FL and whatever the degree of difficulty your project has in store, We Kill Pest Control Hollywood offers the best solutions for the job. If you have greenhouse crops most likely you will need whiteflie control. Our team of experienced and certified specialists are dedicated and driven to ensure we meet and even surmise the standards you expect and demand from an elite contractor. Our prices are insanely cheap compared with the professional services you get.

We also take into account the well-being and safety of your family or business staffing. As such, we only use safe chemicals and proven methods and measures to carry out pest control. We work systematically, so that the task is accomplished as smooth and effective as possible. Contact We Kill Pest Control Hollywoodtoday at (954) 271-0923 for a free quote! You wont find any other local contractor for effective pest control service in Hollywood FL.

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Snake Control & Removal – Get Rid of Snakes –

Latin Name

Suborder Serpentes

What do they look like?Varies greatly depending on species.Overall, they lack fully developed legs and eyelids. They range from around 10 cm to several meters in length.Colors can be vivid greens, reds or yellows to darker black or brown. Many snakes have distinct stripes or patterning.

Though many people fear them, snakes are a very important part of our ecosystem. They help control pest populations for a variety of animals. Many snakes found in the United States are nonvenomous and pose no risk to humans other than fright or a potential secondary infection in a bite.Despite this, many people have a deep-seated fear of snakes and dont want any around their homes.

Yards rich in small prey, like rodents and birds, attract snakes. Additionally, overgrown grass, firewood piles, and piles of other kinds of debris provide shelter for the pests.

Homes with existing rodent infestations may end up with a snake problem. These reptiles often access buildings through torn screens, open windows and doors, or cracks in foundations. In warmer climates, snakes sometimes enter garages or sheds to escape the heat.

Although snakes frighten many people, they are actually shy creatures that prefer to remain hidden and undisturbed. Most will not strike unless threatened or injured. However, there are a few venomous species in the U.S. with bites that can be medically significant or even life-threatening, depending upon the snake species and how long it takes to get medical treatment. While snakes may be problematic for residents, one of the more likely scenarios to occur is a snake defending itself or its nest from pets./p>

Some nonvenomous snakes mimic more dangerous species in appearance, so misidentification is common. Most bites occur when people try to move or handle these animals carelessly.

Whether snakes already populate your land or theres a worry they might, a couple of steps can help prevent a long-term stay.

First, remove as much of their preferred habitat as possible. Snakes like something to hide in like wood piles, piles of debris, high grass and overgrown vegetation. If such harborage is removed, snakes will relocate.

Second, seal any openings leading into structures (homes, outbuildings, garages, etc.).

For more information on snake removal contact your local Orkin branch office.

What do they eat?Snakes have several different ways to kill prey. Snakes eat such animals as frogs, salamanders, insects, worms, small rodents and birds.

Venomous snakes & fangsVenomous snakes have sharp, hollow fangs designed to pierce skin and inject venom. They are located in the upper jaw with venom glands connected above. When not in use, the fangs fold back onto the mouth.

Nonvenomous snake & constrictionNonvenomous snakes use constriction to subdue their prey.They bite the prey and quickly wrap themselves around it. The snake applies pressure until the prey usually suffocates. Regardless the method of capture, the prey is consumed whole.The lower jaw is hinged and can open to surprising sizes, allowing the snake to consume prey larger than their mouth would otherwise accommodate.

HibernationSnakes are cold-blooded animals, which is why they sun in the warmer months and go into hibernation during the colder. To help keep body temperatures from dropping too low, sometimes snakes will even hibernate in dens together, thus sharing the limited heat available.

Snakes often mate in the spring. Somespecieslay eggs, while other give birth to live young. Number of offspring varies by species.

All snakes should be treated with respect and left alone regardless of venom.Most venomous species in the U.S. are a type of pit viper, including copperheads and rattlesnakes.There are various ways to identify a pit viper from nonvenomous snakes. The physical differences focus on features of the head. Characteristics of the nonvenomous snake are narrow head, no pit between eye and nostril and round pupils. The pit vipers have a triangular shaped head, a prominent pit between eye and nostril and elliptical pupils. There are also tail differences. Of course, close examination of a snake of unknown type can be dangerous. Contact a professional wildlife management technician for positive identification.

Common (Eastern) Garter Snake

Copperhead Snake

Cottonmouth Snake

Giant Garter Snake

Glossy Snake

Rough Earth Snake

Rubber Boa Snake

Scarlet Snake

Sidewinder Snake

Timber Rattlesnake

Trans-Pecos Rat Snake

Western Terrestrial Garter Snake

Western Worm Snake

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Thermal remediation or heat is the strategictool we use to exterminate all stages of Bed Bug life.Not only is heat a reliable and effective method for Bed Bug Extermination, but it is safe and all natural. Bed Bugs are becoming more and more resistant to chemicals, which leads to constant reapplications.

When using heat, you are effectively killing all Bed Bugs and eggs in the treated area. It only takes one treatment and your home can be safely occupied within a few hours of completion.

Bed Bugs cannot survive temperatures above 122F longer than 7 minutes. With special temperature sensors and heating equipment, we bring your home to 135F -145F, effectively killing every Bed Bug in all stages of life.

The heat is evenly distributed and blown around the roomallowingheat to be driven into the tiniest crevices. Temperatures around cracks, cold spotsand other possible points where the heat could escape are monitored throughout the process to ensure a consistent level of heat. Once 130Fis reached in all areas, the heat treatment will continue and temperature will be maintained for a minimum of 3 hours.

Heat treatment is an environmentally safe and non-toxic method for Bed Bug Extermination. You can rest assuredyour children wont be playing or sleeping next to any residual chemicals.

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