Dealing with unwanted house guests can be bad enough but dealing with unwanted invaders can sometimes be deplorable. This is especially the case when such invaders make your skin crawl, invade your thoughts, and start interrupting your daily life. The cockroach or bed bug would be the perfect example.
Luckily, there is a one-treatment solution for most of your pest problems. There usually isn’t much in life where you can find one answer to an abundance of problems, so take advantage when you can. This solution would be the cryonite treatment, and if you’ve been doing any pest research as of late, you’ve likely heard talk or mention of this treatment. Now, it’s time to find out what it’s all about!
How Cryonite Works So Well
The cryonite treatment is exactly the opposite of the modern, popular steam and thermal heat bed bug treatments. Instead of manipulating the temperature with heat, this treatment uses the freeze method. It’s extremely unique and become one of our favorite go-to pest solutions.
Our system uses a patented pressure hose that converts liquid carbon dioxide into sold dry ice by only using pressure. It creates virtual powered snow that can be sprayed on affected areas to eliminate most insects on contact. It freezes the invaders in place. There are a variety of reasons this has grown to become one of our preferred insect solutions, but above all, it is highly effective on all forms of most insects.
Larva, fully mature bugs, or eggs, the solution will freeze and kill all on contact. The dry ice exits from the patented hose at a sub-zero temperature point and gives instant results. As soon as it is applied to the infected area, it will kill nearly any insect it reaches.
An Eco-Friendly Option
We completely understand that it’s a bit natural to grow squeamish and hesitant when talking about carbon dioxide, dry ice, and sub-zero temperatures. However, you’ll be absolutely thrilled to know that another reason we recommend this form of treatment is that it is entirely environmentally safe. And there is no need to worry about the residue it leaves behind because there is no residue!
That said, you are dealing with sub-zero temperatures, so this treatment can be dangerous in the wrong hands. If accidentally applied to the skin or sensitive materials, the outcome would not be desirable. Residents can immediately come back onto the property after treatment is applied, as there is no safe waiting period or leftover residue.
Another big plus for this treatment is its versatility. It not only kills most insects and most stages of life, but it can be applied in areas where other treatments wouldn’t dare go. In trained hands, it can be manipulated to reach into cracks and crevices that other powdered and insecticide treatments wouldn’t reach.
For more information about cryonite treatments and how they work, give our offices a call. We’ll send out a trained specialist and offer a free consultation. Your property and situation might be perfect for taking advantage of this type of treatment. It is also much more cash-friendly when compared to traditional, modern heat options.