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STRATFORD, Conn., Nov. 1, 2012 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — In its 4th year of business and hundreds of bed bug inspections performed, Bed Bug Finders LLC and Northeast Heat Treatment LLC of Stratford, Connecticut, announce a new service option for eradication of bed bugs by means of a unique heat treatment process. Combined with over 130 years of trade heating experience, the principals of Bed Bug Finders and its technical advisors have developed this new “heareat” process that employs the latest industry equipment standards.

With a large “indirect” biodiesel heating unit mounted on its unmarked truck, by means of large flex hose we are able to pump significant heat to your home, apartment or business to kill any bed bugs and other insects. Because we use an indirect system, venting is done away from your location. There are no fumes or by-products of combustion enter into the heat treating area only 100 percent breathable air.

The National Pest Management Association has ranked bed bugs as the fastest growing pest and they don’t show any signs of slowing down in the future.

Mike Morin, member of the company, says that word is getting out on our heat process: “We have even had some calls from people who lost power due to Storm Sandy looking for temporary heat and drying out musty and wet basements. We were able to save many household items that would normally be disposed of.”

People interested in knowing more about this service is asked to call 203-378-HEAT (4328) or go to our web site at http://www.bedbugfindersllc.com/ for further information. Pest control or other interested companies are encouraged to call or email Mike Morin for strategic opportunities at mike@bedbugfindersllc.com.

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