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We’d Like To Mention

That We Are a Family Owned,

Faith-Based Company

That Do Hold To Our Standards!

Heat is the only truly organic cockroach control treatment method. Other companies would have you believe that their pesticides are organic or come from natural sources, but every applied pesticide carries with it some level of toxicity. Heat treatments are completely non-toxic and leave no chemical residue, eliminating your exposure over potential client health concerns.




Mission Statement

Our mission is to help those who are suffering with a bed bug infestation by providing emergency response, compassion, and effective bed bug treatment. 

“Heat does not have many limitations with respect to the number of items treated and the area to be treated. There are no chemical residues to consider and, compared to gas fumigation of areas, margins for safety are considerably greater.” 
– Michael R. Linford PhD

Proven Results Against Cockroaches

  • Independently proven to be 100% effective
  • Convected heat is ovicidal (kills eggs)
  • Penetrates into cracks and into furnishings, baseboards, wall voids, carpeting, etc.

Heat can be used to kill every type of cockroach and their eggs throughout the structure, even in places pesticidal fumigants, sprays, or dusts cannot reach. … Additionally heat can kill bacteria and viruses.

Bed Bug Bites

At night, bed bugs travel from their hiding places to feed on sleeping host animals. They insert their long needle-like mouthparts into the skin, inject saliva which digests blood cells, and drink up the digested blood. As the abdomen fills with blood, it turns bright red, dark red-brown, or blackish. After feeding, they retreat to their hiding places. They typically feed every 5 – 10 days but can live up to 8 months without feeding.

Unlike many insects that feed on human blood, bed bugs are not known to transmit (vector) any disease-causing bacteria or viruses (pathogens). Reactions to bed bug bites very among individuals. Many victims show no signs of bites. Others don’t realize they’ve been bitten until rash, redness, or swelling appears around the bite, sometimes with intense itching.


Bed bugs are active at night and are adept at hiding in dark places during the day. They most often hide in crevices and in spaces between mattresses and box springs, on bed frames and headboards, and between couch and chair cushions. They are less commonly found in dressers and nightstands, in and on luggage, in electrical outlets, and among clutter. Once they infest a room, they often travel to adjacent rooms. 


What is a bed bug heat treatment?

We use specialized equipment to heat the infested areas to 150 degrees. The heat can be applied in one room or in the entire home. The whole room gets heated, not just the contents. Furniture such as couches and beds are heated through and through. Carpets, walls, and ceiling are all heated so the bugs will die wherever they are hiding. This is very different than using a steamer or other device.

Do I need to get rid of my furniture?

No. Keep all of your furniture in place for the heat treatment. The furniture will be usable after it is treated. There are some things such as candles that need to be removed prior to heating.


About Our Team

Mission Statement

Our mission is to help those who are suffering with a bed bug infestation by providing emergency response, compassion, and effective bed bug treatment.


To provide family safety with fast bed bug treatment and a long term warranty, allowing you to get back to normal quickly and giving you peace of mind that the bed bugs are gone for good.


To be the most honest and reliable bed bug treatment company in the industry with the ability to cure your bed bug infestation for good, using methods that have been tested and improved over time.


    • Cherish relationships, not profits. We are blessed to serve you!
    • Be Honest in all regards; We will never tell you you have bed bugs and require treatment if no bed bugs or evidence is found upon inspection.
    • Have compassion for those dealing with bed bugs because it can be so detrimental to many areas of life.
    • Think outside the box to provide effective recommendations and treatment for the specific situation.
    • Acknowledge our mistakes and provide fast remediation if mistakes are made.

Super quick and efficient! The guy that came to the house the day of the treatment could not have been nicer! He did a great job! It’s been a week and so far no new bites so I am praying we are in the clear!

Jake Smith

I have not seen ANY bugs alive since they came out.  Now I can sleep without worrying about being crawled on or biten.

Samantha Lopez