Bed Bug Extermination without the use of chemicals
The first option many chose when trying to rid themselves of bed bugs, is to apply some form of chemical pesticide. These include dust products such as diatomaceous earth or boric acid (known to be flammable), and residual sprays. The biggest benefit to using chemicals is the fast application time. But often times, the lower price of initial chemical application is what lures people in.
While chemical treatments can be successful. They require a huge amount of preparation, daily inspections, and need to be repeated on multiple occasions for up to 2 months. While the first chemical application is typically cheaper than a heat treatment, two applications or more add up very quickly. A prime reason a warranty is not offered with chemical treatments, is, more often than not, they are unsuccessful.