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Commercial Bed Bug Heater Set Up Easy As 1, 2, 3 And Effective
Commercial bed bug heater set up has never been easier or more effective than it is with Colorado Tri-Flo Systems’ heater for bed bugs.
Everything You Would Ever Want To Know About Our Commercial Bed Bug Heaters
At Colorado Tri-Flo systems, we believe that you should be able to get rid of bed bugs without having to call pest control and make a big scene in front of your place of business — because let’s face it, the last thing your guests want to see is the pest control van parked outside. (They don’t make the best guests.) Which is why we have designed a simple and effective solution to eradicating unwanted guests with our compact commercial bed bug heaters. To help you better understand what our bed bug heaters are made of and the setup process, we have compiled a few common questions and facts.
Q: What kind of outlet do you need?
A: Unlike other bed bug heat solutions, Colorado Tri-Flo commercial bed bug heaters can be plugged into a 120 volt, 20-amp electrical outlet — the typical electrical outlet you would find in your home in North America. With our commercial bed bug heaters, there is no need for extra cords, adapters, generators, or other unnecessary equipment. Our bed bug heaters can be plugged right into the outlet on-site.
Internationally, our commercial bed bug heaters can be plugged into a 240 volt, 10-amp circuit.
Q: How much do commercial bed bug heaters weigh?
A: At Colorado Tri-Flo Solutions, we want to make the process of eradicating invasive bed bugs easy for anybody. That is why our commercial bed bug heaters range from sixteen pounds to forty six — light enough for easy moving and heavy-duty enough to get the job done.
Q: What are the dimensions?
A: Our commercial bed bug heaters range from 15.5”x16”x10.25” to 25.25”x25.5”x16”. At Colorado Tri-Flo Systems, we have a commercial bed bug heater that will meet your bed bug eradication needs no matter your room size.
Q: What is the maximum temperature?
A: The maximum temperature for all of our bed bug heaters is 155 degrees Fahrenheit. The lethal temperature of bed bugs ranges from 117 degrees Fahrenheit to 122 degrees Fahrenheit, so you can rest assured our top-rated bed bug heaters will get the job done.
Q: What is the CFM rating?
A: The CFM rating for our bed bug heaters range from 250 CFM to 1,450 CFM. Whether you have an infested room 120 square feet or 500 square feet, we have the bed bug heater equipment you need to kill bed bugs for good.
Q: What is the voltage rating?
A: Tri-Flo bed bug heaters voltage ratings vary from 120 watts to 240 watts depending on the Eradi-Flo model.
Q: What is the current rating?
A: The current ratings of our Colorado Tri-Flo commercial bed bug heaters range from 7.5-41.7 volts.
Q: What is the BTU/hour?
A: Our Eradi-Flo commercial bed bug heaters range from 4,780 BTU/hour to 34,150 BTU/hour.
Who Can Set Up Our Commercial Bed Bug Heaters?
Any one of your trained staff members can set up an Eradi-Flo commercial bed bug heater.
When you own a hotel, bed or breakfast, or another business where people are lodging, the last person you want walking through your front doors are pest exterminators, especially for bed bugs. In today’s day and age of social media, one visit from pest control could cause your business to be blasted online and could deter future guests from booking with you. (There is nothing guests are more afraid of than bed bugs.) So what can you do? You can invest in Colorado Tri-Flo commercial bed bug heaters. Tri-Flo commercial bed bug heaters are EASY to set up and do not require professional pest exterminators, so you can get rid of unwanted guests without having to schedule an appointment with pest control and get your infested rooms back up and running as soon as possible — without your current guests suspecting bed bugs or other parasitic insects. What a win!
But, if a professional bed bug exterminator doesn’t get rid of your bed bugs, who does? The great benefit of our Tri-Flo’s professional bed bug heaters is that any one of your trained staff members can get the job done. Our Eradi-Flo bed bug heaters have the following features and benefits to make set up easy for anybody:
Commercial Bed Bug Heater Features & Benefits
- Electric heat-based treatment, safer than chemicals and fumigation
- Uses 110V or 220V outlets, use the power source you have on site
- Only one outlet (circuit) required, no need to find several circuits
- Portable and easy to move, any staff member can move it
At Colorado Tri-Flo Systems, we pride ourselves in providing Top Rated National® certified bed bug equipment, but we also happily provide FREE Tri-Flo master heat technician training so you and your team can become Tri-Flo certified master heat technicians and capably eradicate bed bugs using our commercial bed bug heaters. With our FREE training, you will learn:
What You’ll Learn With Our FREE Training Program
- How to operate Tri-Flo heating equipment
Everything you need to know about eradicating bed bugs with heat (for good!)
- Bed bug facts
- Bed bug basics
- Walk-through on operating commercial bed bug heaters
- Walk-through of eradication process from start to finish
- Online assessment
- Master heat technician certificate
How To Get Our Master Heat Technician Certification ($499 Value) For FREE
Training your staff members to eradicate bed bugs will save your time and your business’s reputation, and the best part is that you you can get your staff certified through our master heat technician certification program for FREE by purchasing one of our One-Stop Solution packages.
Why risk your business’s reputation by hiring pest control to get rid of your bed bug infestation when you can train any one of your staff members to get the job done as soon as you are informed of the problem? Save time and money by training your staff on how to use our Eradi-Flo commercial bed bug heaters today!
How To Set Up Our Commercial Bed Bug Heaters
We say it time and time again, but there really is no easier way to get rid of bed bugs than with Colorado Tri-Flo commercial bed bug heaters. In as little as eight steps, your bed bug infested room can be bed bug free — and you can sigh a breath of relief.
Unlike other bed bug solutions, killing bed bugs with our Tri-Flo commercial bed bug heaters is simple and fast, so you can get back to running your business in as little as one business day without having to hire pest control professionals, or mess with big heavy machinery and hazardous chemicals. With Tri-Flo commercial bed heaters, you will just need a trained staff member, the appropriate Eradi-Flo commercial bed bug heaters for your room size, a fan, laser infrared thermometer, and towel, and in a few simple steps, BAM, your bed bugs are gone for good.
What You Will Need
- Eradi-Flo Commercial Bed Bug Heaters
- One Fan
- A Laser Infrared Thermometer
- A Trained Staff Member
- Elevate heaters in cramped rooms
- Check to make sure curtains and other objects are out of the heaters’ way
- Ensure your outlet meets the power requirements
1. Determine which Tri-Flo commercial bed bug heater you will need
The first step to getting rid of bed bugs is determining which commercial bed bug heater will get the job done. At Colorado Tri-Flo systems, we offer many different commercial bed bug packages specifically designed to eradicate bed bugs according to the room size.
2. Evenly space out Eradi-Flo heaters around the infested bed
Next, depending on how many Tri-Flo heaters you have evenly space them around the bed and room. If the room is small, consider elevating the commercial bed bug heaters so they aren’t close to objects that can catch fire.
3. Place fan between two heaters facing the bed
Place fan(s) in front of the bed (bed facing) so it blows underneath the bed and creates a conduction effect in the room.
4. Check to make sure no objects (curtains, bed sheets, etc.) are obstructing the commercial bed bug heaters or fan
Safety first! Do a quick double check to make sure no objects are obstructing the commercial bed bug heaters or fans.
5. Make sure your outlet meets the power requirements for the commercial bed bug heaters and fan and plug in
The plug type you need depends on the Eradi-Flo model you are using. Make sure you are plugging into the correct amp plug for your heaters and fans before turning them on. You can check your Colorado Tri-Flo commercial bed bug heater specifications here.
6. Turn on heaters and fans
Once you ensure no objects are blocking neither the heaters or the fan, turn on the bed bug extermination equipment.
7. Close the door and place towel under the door
To ensure bed bugs don’t escape the heat and cause further infestation, close your door and wedge a towel underneath it if there is a space between the floor and the door.
8. Let heaters run for several hours
That’s it! Now wait several hours to ensure all bed bugs are exterminated. Double check multiple points in the room such as, under the bed and mattress, in the closet and nightstand, behind pictures and the headboard, etc., to check each spot has reached a temperature of 122 degrees for a duration of several hours. This will help ensure you get rid of all of the bed bugs the first time.
Why wait for pest control to show up when you can set up your infested room within minutes and completely exterminate all bed bugs in as little as one day? For lessons, facts, and figures on bed bug basics, a walk-through on on the eradication process from start to finish, and how to clean up after the eradication, become a Tri-Flo Certified Master Heat Technician.
Colorado Tri-Flo Systems’ Commercial Bed Bug Heaters vs. Other Bed Bug Solutions
Are you still not convinced our commercial bed bug heaters are the easiest and most effective solution for eradicating bed bugs? So you don’t have to just take our word for it, we have gathered some information to compare and contrast our commercial bed bug heaters to other common bed bug solutions. This way you can see why our Eradi-Flo commercial bed bug heaters are the best in the industry — not only for easy set up, but also for effectiveness.
Common Bed Bug “Solutions” vs. Tri-Flo Commercial Bed Bug Heaters
Traps vs. Tri-Flo Commercial Bed Bug Heaters
Just like there are traps for catching other unwanted pests such as mice, there are also traps for bed bugs. Bed bug traps are designed to attract bed bugs (and other unwanted pests for that matter). While traps do catch bed bugs, they are not a permanent solution to most infestations as it is nearly impossible to catch all bed bugs and their eggs — at least in a timely manner. Our Eradi-Flo commercial bed bug heaters, on the other hand kill ALL bed bugs in as little as one day.
Steam vs. Tri-Flo Commercial Bed Bug Heaters
Another popular method for getting rid of bed bugs is with steam. A bed bug steam treatment is where you use a steamer to steam infested surfaces such as mattresses, furniture, baseboards, etc., to kill bed bugs, as well as eggs. While steam does kill bed bugs, the steam must make contact with the bed bug, which can be extremely time consuming and you’re not guaranteed to come into contact with every bed bug in the infested room. Conversely, our Eradi-Flo commercial bed bug heaters only take a couple minutes to set up and then you can leave the room while the heaters do the dirty work for you — killing all of the bed bugs while you have your hands free to get more things checked off your to-do list or to do something you love.
Bed Bug Bombs vs. Tri-Flo Commercial Bed Bug Heaters
Bed bug bombs, also known as bug foggers or bug bombs, is a pesticide product that is released all at once to fumigate the infested area. While bed bug bombs can kill bed bugs, they are not very effective. Bed bug bombs only kill bed bugs that are out where the gas can reach — if they even kill them at all. Not only does the bed bug bomb gas not reach bed bugs hiding in nooks and crevices, but bed bugs are also becoming increasingly resistant to the active ingredient, synthetic pyrethroid. Bed bugs are not however resistant to heat, which does kill bed bugs in hard-to-reach places and makes Tri-Flo commercial bed bug heaters a great permanent solution for killing these unwanted pests.
Discard Infested Items vs. Tri-Flo Commercial Bed Bug Heaters
Just throw it away! To “get rid” of bed bugs, many people will simply throw away their infested furniture. While throwing away infested furniture does help get rid of bed bugs to an extent, it doesn’t get rid of the bed bugs hiding in the walls and other nooks and crannies that can lay eggs and cause further infestation. Not to mention, unknowing people may pick up your discarded furniture and the bed bugs could spread to their living quarters. With Tri-Flo commercial bed bug heaters, you can keep your hard-earned furniture without worrying about spreading bed bugs to innocent individuals who think they just scored on free furniture.
Pest Control vs. Tri-Flo Commercial Bed Bug Heaters
While pest control is an effective solution to getting rid of bed bugs, it doesn’t come without some negative consequences. When you call pest control, you may have to wait days before a bed bug exterminator can make it out to your establishment, not to mention when they do show up they tend to make quite the scene. With Tri-Flo commercial bed bug heaters, you can get rid of your bed bug problem immediately and discreetly, without having to pay someone else to do the job!
As you can see, no other bed bug solution is as fast, easy, and effective as our Colorado Tri-Flo commercial bed bug heaters. For more information on our unmatched bed bug solution, contact us today! We look forward to helping you get rid of your bed bugs for good!