Thermal Remediation Heat Treatment System


Thermal Remediation Unit by AmeriPest

Bed bugs are very hard to kill and control. AmeriPest Solutions stands apart from other pest control services with our advanced Thermal Remediation Treatment. We provide our customers with a bed bug treatment that kills bed bugs within hours and without chemicals. We use high temperatures to make it impossible for bed bugs to survive.


AmeriPest Solutions prides itself on being one of the few pest control providers in our service area that offers Thermal Remediation Heat Treatment to kill bed bugs effectively in an entire space. These treatments kill all life stages of the bed bug, including the eggs. Thermal Remediation Treatments are the quickest, most effective, and efficient form of bed bug treatments on the market today. We use just high temperatures to make it impossible for bed bugs to survive while leaving your furniture and room intact.


AmeriPest Solutions uses the state-of-the-art Thermal Remediation Treatment due to bed bugs’ growing resistance to chemical products.

There are three keys to eliminating Bed Bugs:

1. Apply heat at the optimum killing temperature for all life stages of bed bugs.

2. Monitor and adjust for even and effective heat distribution.

3. Air Flow – Apply high-velocity fans to evenly distribute killing temperatures through the space for effective heat absorption.


Why should you choose our thermal remediation treatment and bed bug machine? In most situations, our bed bug treatments use ZERO chemicals. Thermal remediation is all done with heat, safely and effectively. Rest assured that your spaces are treated without chemicals using our state-of-the-art, high-tech thermal remediation machine that kills all bed bugs in a room in just a few hours.


We also offer liquid and other treatment options.


See Photos of Our Thermal Remediation Machine & Process



What do bed bugs look like?

Bed bugs look different in all stages of their lifecycle.

Bed bugs:

  • Are rusty brown to red in color.
  • Are flat when unfed and oval when fed.
  • Can be up to 1/4 inch in size.
  • Are blood eaters.
  • Don’t fly or jump.
  • Hide in cracks and crevices.
  • Have a waxy outer layer.
  • Are one of the most chemical-resistant pests.

Where do bed bugs come from?

Bed bugs are found all over the world. Before the 1980s, bed bugs were more common in the developing world than in the developed world. The increase since the 1980s could be in part due to the increase of international travel or resistance to insecticides.

The decline in the bed bug population after the 1930s in the developed world is believed to be due to the use of DDT. The exact cause of the growing bed bug population in the last 30 years is not clear.

Bed bugs are introduced to homes, hotels, condos, and other buildings by humans. They do not enter from outdoors on their own. They are “brought in” pests.

Bed bugs are best adapted to human environments. They thrive in settings where humans live.

What do bed bugs do?

Bed bugs are parasites and very elusive. They are nocturnal creatures that come out at night to feed exclusively on blood.

Bed bugs can live 12+ months without feeding.

Bed bugs have six life stages (five immature and an adult stage). They will shed their skins through a molting process throughout multiple stages of their lives. The discarded outer shells look like clear, empty exoskeletons of the bugs themselves. Bed bugs must molt six times before becoming fertile adults.

Bed bugs have NOT been found to be carriers of diseases.

How do you find bed bugs?

Bed bugs are very elusive. They like to hide in the smallest of areas.

What are you looking for? Here are some common signs of bed bugs:

  • Live bed bugs in any stage of the life cycle.
  • Blood or human blood spotting.
  • Bed bug feces (black dots) or bed bug spotting.
  • Casings — molting (growing) bed bugs leave behind a “skin.”

Where are you looking for bed bugs? When checking for bed bugs, look in the following places:

  • Around the edge of the fitted sheet
  • Look around the edges of the mattress on the top and bottom for live bed bugs, blood spotting, or casings of bed bugs
  • Look around and under the edges of the box spring on the mattress for live bed bugs, blood spotting, or casings of bed bugs
  • Look around the head board