A revolutionary pest control treatment shows promise for consumers facing bed bug infestations. Bed bugs are resilient pests that can survive in human habitats with little to no trouble. In fact, bed bugs can adjust their schedules to avoid detection during feedings. It also helps, the species can go up to 200 days between feedings. By the time, you have detected the signs of bed bugs in your home, it will easily be a full-blown infestation. There are only a few effective eco-friendly treatments for bed bug infestations. One of these treatments is cryonite, a bed bug management process that utilizes extremely cold temperatures.
Is Cryonite Treatment Effective For Bed Bug Infestation?
Yes, cryonite is an effective treatment for bed bug infestation in all severity levels. Cryonite, also known as “dry ice”, utilizes carbon dioxide to exterminate bed bugs. Not only does cryonite have the ability to eradicate bed bugs, but an entire bed bug colony.
Cryonite Vs Pesticides
There is really no comparison between pesticides and cryonite, as the two treatments are extremely different. While both are utilized to treat bed bug infestation, cryonite has proven time and time again to be the more effective.
Cryonite is an eco-friendly pest control treatment. Pesticide, on the other hand, is available in a variety of formulas – conventional (chemical), natural, and organic. Pesticides also come in various strengths, such as standard-grade and industrial strength.
Cryonite is available through licensed pest control companies and contractors. The treatment does not utilize chemicals, but instead, carbon dioxide. Pest control companies utilize state-of-the-art equipment to convert liquid carbon dioxide to frozen carbon dioxide or dry ice.
How Does Cryonite Treatment Work?
Cryonite works by converting liquid carbon dioxide to frozen carbon dioxide, resulting in the death of bed bugs on contact. Another benefit of cryonite is its penetration ability, allowing the frozen carbon dioxide to reach deep inside structures hiding bed bugs.
We utilize cutting-edge technology to achieve the carbon dioxide conversion from liquid to frozen. Carbon dioxide must reach the temperature of negative 108 degrees Fahrenheit to make the conversion. Our exterminators continuously monitor the process to ensure the conversion is achieved. Once the carbon dioxide reaches the desired temperature, it will be time to implement the bed bug treatment.
Is Bed Bug Cryonite Treatment Dangerous?
Cryonite is non-toxic, allowing out pest control technicians to safely eradicate full bed bug colonies, without fear of harming the environment. However, cryonite does pose a danger to humans and animals, as well as a variety of materials and structures. To avoid these dangers, we carefully inspect the home to ensure all high-risk items and the occupants are evacuated prior to each treatment.
Why Hire Us!
Our technicians have undergone extensive training to ensure the highest level of eco-friendliness and effectiveness. This also applies to our cryonite treatment. While already an eco-friendly treatment, there are some risks involved when utilizing cryonite to eradicate bed bugs. Evacuating the home prior to each treatment eliminates the risks.
We are a locally owned and operated pest control company. We have been serving out local communities for decades. To learn more about our company and extermination team, reach our to our customer support.