The fifth and final process will be to eradicate the pest with heat by targeting initial infested areaS† ENSURING A PEACEFUL, CHEMICAL-FREE SLEEP

Industry data, scientific research, entomologists, and pest control experts have confirmed that the use of chemicals and insecticides for bed bug eradication is becoming less and less effective. That’s because bed bugs and other pests have evolved, making themselves resistant to certain chemicals by growing thicker exoskeletons or walking on their hind legs to better avoid topical powders. 

Heat is the one thing that bed bugs and other pests cannot evolve to withstand.

Elderly RISK realizes that the most effective and chemical-free way to get rid of any pest or bed bug problem is through temperatures they are unable to withstand.

Chemical treatments require, on average, 2.6 visits to completely eliminate a bed bug infestation.