Heat Treatment London UK

Hot air works with all insects

We provide individually-tailored heat treatment solutions with hot air, achieving complete eradication of all life stages of ants, bed bugs, booklice, carpet mites, cockroaches, mites, woodworms, as well as flour beetles, grain weevil and other stored product pests. Our targeted heat treatments with hot air are also very useful for eliminating problems with dry rot, mould and fungus attacking pathogens, water-damaged goods or properties, pest-infested cargo and containers.


Hot air is suitable for treatments in various industries, such as the hospitality, transport (cargo and logistics), food industry, even in drying wood and construction. We have designed fully integrated pest management solutions with hot air and dry steam methods, achieving high success rates and cost-efficiency. For customers with residential properties and even single rooms in London we provide affordable hot air heat treatments that will get rid of nearly all domestic pest insects in one go.


The process of heat treatment

The main objective of the hot air heat treatment is to eradicate all life stages of the pest at once, which may take up to several hours for the whole process to complete. Initially, our experienced heat specialists always carry out an inspection and a risk assessment prior to the treatment. During the inspection we determine the source of the infestation, which is usually sheeted over with an industrial material and heated to a higher temperature, as opposed to the other zones in the premises. Therefore, we are able to achieve greater efficiency in the complete extermination of the source and all other affected areas/furniture/items.


The hot air method and our equipment allows us to maintain constant temperature in the treated premises. The temperature may vary between 45 and 60 degrees Celsius, depending on the building’s fabrics, heat penetration probability, type of pest and the ISPM 15 legislation, where applicable. Meanwhile, the heat process and the temperature is monitored by one of our heat experts, making sure that the right amount of heat will reach even the smallest cracks and crevices, exterminating all life stages of the pest. There is almost zero-risk of damaging any electrical appliances and equipment or any other belongings. As a preparation, prior to the process, we ask our customers to store cosmetics, food and fine oil paintings away from the treated premises. All electrical equipment is safe, as long as it is switched off prior to the treatment.

Heat treatment prices

The following prices are in British pounds, inclusive of all taxes that apply.

Domestic heat treatment cost

1 room dwelling – £1080
2 room dwelling – £1200
3 room dwelling – £1440
4 room dwelling – £1800

Industrial heat treatment cost

Prices are subject to negotiation

Heat treatment prices for the hospitality industry

Single room or item treated – £750

Multiple room treatment – £600 per room




Please note that for hotels, hostels, care homes and other businesses in the hospitality industry we charge separately for living and sitting rooms, as well as receptions.

Other benefits of  the hot air method

Hot air is the most effective non-toxic way to eliminate any kind of pest insect infestation, even mould and water problems, which makes very versatile. Another benefit of choosing heat with hot air is that the whole process could be set up to work simultaneously in all different areas of the treated premises, saving time and money.

Using heat with hot air preserves any kind of furniture, no matter how severely it may be infested, unlike most other pest removal methods. Depending on the individual circumstances of the customer, our bespoke heat treatments may include spray right after the treatment, which will ensure post-treatment residual effect and reduced risk of future reintroduction of the pests. In case that a pesticide treatment is not carried out, the treated premises become safe to occupy almost immediately after the heat treatment.

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