How to Eradicate Bed Bugs

Bed bugs are hard to get rid of. They multiply quickly with several generations usually present in a single¬†infestation. About the size of an apple seed, these nocturnal pests hide in tiny cracks and crevices, behind baseboards and wallpaper, under floorboards, inside bedside clocks and telephones — anywhere cozy and dark. They spread easily as they did at Fox News Channel (see our June 4 post). When they get a toe-hold in a place of business like they did at Fox or a multi-unit apartment building or hotel, it can take herculean efforts to track down each source of infestation and eradicate every last bug. If you don’t, the prolific little devils will just start spreading again.

Traditional pesticide treatments are sometimes not enough, particularly if your business or home is infected by the growing number of pesticide-resistant bed bugs. Cryonite is the answer. Stern Environmental customers have been singing the praises of Cryonite since we introduced it to the New York-New Jersey area. A totally non-toxic bed bug killer, Cryonite kills insects by rapid freezing. The carbon dioxide vapor gets into minute crevices where bed bugs hide, freezing and killing them before they can escape. Unlike pesticides, Cryonite kills bed bugs in all stages of development, including eggs. Click here for more information on Cryonite, the revolutionary bed bug eradication treatment.