Hot air works with nearly all pest insects
We provide individually-tailored heat treatment solutions, 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 treatment is also very useful for eliminating dry rot, mould and fungus attacking pathogens, water-damaged goods or properties, pest-infested cargo and containers. For commercial customers in various industries, such as the hospitality, public and international transport, food industry, cargo and logistics, we have optimised the process, so that the prices are even further discounted or negotiable. We have designed fully integrated pest management solutions with hot air or other non-toxic 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 benefits of heat with hot air
It is scientifically proven that heat with hot air treatment is one of the most efficient methods for complete pest eradication success rate of all life stages at once, when carried out by professionals. It is without any doubt the most efficient, human-friendly and eco-friendly method to eliminate any kind of pest infestation, mould or water problems at your property or business venue quickly, with minimum disruption of your schedule. Another benefit of choosing our heat treatment solutions is that the whole process is extremely versatile, as our system works simultaneously in all different areas of the treated premises, saving time and costs.
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, free of charge, inspection prior to the treatment and insecticide 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 premises treated will be good to occupy almost immediately after the heat treatment.
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 that normally takes 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 the pest technician will determine the most infested areas, which will be sheeted over with an industrial material and heated to a higher temperature, comparing to the other zones in the premises and, thus, being able to achieve greater chances of complete pest eradication in the targeted areas.
We mainly use electric heaters that heat up the premises treated by hot air through portable heat exchangers connected to the heating units. We aim to maintain a certain temperature in the different areas of the premises treated that 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. A part of the preparation prior to the process is to remove cosmetics and food that could be potentially damaged from treated room or premises.
Heat treatment prices
The following prices are in British pounds, inclusive of all taxes that apply.
Domestic heat treatment cost
1 room dwelling – £750
2 room dwelling – £850
3 room dwelling – £950
4 room dwelling – £1050
Industrial heat treatment cost
Prices are subject to negotiation
Heat treatment prices for the hospitality industry
Single room or item treated – £500
Multiple room treatment – £300 per room