Urban Pest control provides the option of on-site freezing facility for all bedroom furniture, bed bases, clothing and mattresses this provides a non-chemical solution.
Freezing is a good way to de-infest your furniture and other belongings.
Bed bugs and their eggs can be killed by very low temperatures below -18 C.
By nature, bed bugs are stow-a-ways. They enter homes by hiding out in the cracks and crevices of luggage, furniture, clothing, pillows, boxes and other objects when they are moved between homes or hotels. Bed bugs hide during the day and typically feed at night. Since bed bugs feed on blood, their presence has little to do with the cleanliness of the home, although clutter can provide hiding spaces for bed bugs and make them difficult to treat. Bed bugs can survive for months without feeding, so they may be present in vacant, clean homes when new tenants unpack. Once bed bugs are established, they rapidly reproduce and spread from room to room.