Using heat, cold, or steam to treat bed bugs

There are a few other methods for providing control for bed bugs. Heat treating is an option for those looking to not use pesticide inside their home. Heat treating is extremely expensive and requires the inside of the structure to be heated to a temperature above 125 degrees to kill bed bugs and live eggs.

Other method available for bed bug control are both freezing and steaming. The freezing method uses CO2 and the application devise looks kind of like a small pressure washer wand. Steaming uses a steam generating device with a wand attachment to steam furniture, beds and other areas bed bugs can hide.