Cryonite Freezing Treatments

A revolutionary pest control treatment that is taking the country by storm is cryonite. Like thermal heat and steam pest control treatments, cryonite utilizes extreme temperatures to eradicate pests. Thermal heat utilizes temperatures higher than 120 degrees Fahrenheit while steam treatment utilizes temperatures at 122 degrees Fahrenheit. Cryonite, on the other hand, does quite the opposite, utilizing extremely cold temperatures at negative 110 degrees Fahrenheit.

Cryonite “CO2 snow” is utilized to treat bed bugs, mites, beetles, and cockroaches in residential and commercial settings. Our technicians utilize state-of-the-art equipment to generate frozen carbon dioxide. The cryonite is applied in infested areas while the rest of the home is sealed off to avoid contamination and the spread of the infestation.

Is Cryonite An Effective Bed Bug Treatment?

Yes, but only when it is administered per the manufacturer’s instructions. Cryonite is applied directly to infested sofas, mattresses, box springs, carpets, drapery, and recliners. We target areas, where the occupants of the home sleep, which is most often the bedroom. Our state-of-the-art cryonite machine generates carbon dioxide snow that measures below 110 degrees Fahrenheit.

Cryonite does not utilize harmful chemicals. Instead, it utilizes carbon dioxide, a non-toxic gas. To ensure direct contact to infested surfaces, we utilize a wand, with a 90-degree angle. Our technicians apply the CO2 dry ice directly to infested carpets or furniture.

The liquid carbon dioxide is instantly converted into CO2 dry ice.

Is Cryonite Bed Bug Treatment Safe?

Yes, cryonite is a non-toxic substance that can safely be utilized to treat pest infestations. The dry ice can be applied directly to electrical outlets, baseboards, bed frames, floorboards, plumbing pipes, kitchen cabinets, and light switches. Why is this important? It is very important because many pest species, such as cockroaches try to evade eradication by scurrying away into holes, cracks, and gaps. The cryonite is applied to these openings to allow it to penetrate deep into the pests’ hiding places. No bug is safe when cryonite is the primary treatment.

Does Cryonite Eradicate Bed Bugs In All Phases Of The Life Cycle?

Yes, cryonite is a powerful bed bug treatment capable of killing bed bug eggs, larvae, and adults. This is why cryonite is one of the most effective bed bug treatments on the market.

Is Cryonite Suitable For Severe Bed Bug And Cockroach Infestations?

Yes, cryonite is recommended for mild to severe pest infestations. We recommend utilizing cryonite to treat severe cockroach infestation because it penetrates hard-to-reach hiding places. We also recommend cryonite to treat severe bed bug infestation. In severe infestations, the mattress and box springs can become overrun with bed bugs. When this happens, it forces some of the bed bugs out into surrounding areas like crevices in the bed frame, wall sockets, baseboards, wall décor, and electronic devices. Cryonite can penetrate these items, with minimal risks to reach the insects‘ hiding places.

Can Cryonite Permeate Wood And Plastic Structures?

Depending on the application, cryonite may permeate wood and plastic structures. The dry ice is applied directly, so it can permeate the imperfections on the surface. This is an effective bed bug treatment that has proven time and time again to be safe.

Is Bed Bug Cryonite Treatment Cost-Efficient?

Yes, cryonite is a cost-efficient pest management treatment in severe cases. Unlike pesticides. Cryonite oftentimes does not need to be repeated. Pesticides, on the other hand, do require multiple retreatments in severe infestations. It is possible to save money on cryonite, but only when it does not need to be repeated.

Cryonite Bed Bug Eco-Friendly Treatment

The pros of utilizing cryonite to eradicate bed bugs, mites, and cockroaches are the following:

  • Accessible
  • Diverse
  • Non-toxic
  • No need to vacate

Eliminating Bed Bugs In NYC With Cryonite Freezing Treatments

Technology is always evolving and changing in the bed bug industry. One of the most recent additions in the industry is Cryonite treatment. While this non-toxic type of treatment has been utilized in the European and Australian areas for a number of years now, it is just starting to make an appearance in the NYC area. Not only can this technology be utilized to kill bed bugs, but also it can kill out a variety of other pests and critters without the need for follow-up treatments and visits.

This new innovative technology basically involves spraying a carbon dioxide type mist that immediately reaches a negative 110 degrees F. At these temperatures, the mist has the ability to kill most pests and critters on contact.

Utilizing Cryonite Freezing Treatments To Eliminate Whole Home Infestations

Cryonite treatment is also sometimes referred to as dry ice, as it works in a similar manner. The carbon dioxide emitted during this treatment is automatically converted from an ice or snow form into a gas, which makes it extremely potent and effective for killing out bed bugs. Bed bugs like to get into some of the hardest to reach places like outlets, inside walls, under furniture, and in baseboards. Not to mention that they reproduce extremely fast so once they invade the home it doesn’t take them long to spread and take over.

Cryonite can easily help combat these conditions, as it can be directly sprayed right into electrical outlets, on baseboards, around furniture, and immediately kill out any bug that it comes into contact with. These parameters make the treatment extremely effective for dealing with the whole home or workplace infestations. Due to the fact that it is non-toxic the treatment really shouldn’t hinder your day-to-day life.

How Does The Treatment Process Work?

Most homeowners and business owners don’t really understand how this type of treatment works and that is okay. It really is kind of self-explanatory and easy to understand when you get right down to it. As you know by now technicians utilize a machine that emits a carbon dioxide type of vapor that is extremely cold. This vapor is pressurized and as soon as it comes into contact with a bed bug’s thin body it instantly freezes and kills them. The vapor also possesses the ability to kill off eggs and larvae on instant contact as well.

The vapor is extremely effective due to the fact that it can easily travel into the hard to reach areas where pesticides and other treatments might not be able to reach. It can penetrate behind wallpaper, under baseboards, and in electrical outlets without damaging the surrounding area or poisoning you, your pets, or your family.

Why You Should Opt For Cryonite

It is pretty obvious by now that there are tons of perks associated with Cryonite freezing treatments. The biggest probably being that it is 100 percent safe for everyone involved. You won’t even have to evacuate the home during the treatment process.

When you combine this with the fact that it is cost-friendly and it won’t disrupt your regular daily life, you are truly looking at one scientifically proven method that could completely change the bed bug industry for the better.

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