(Newswire.net — September 6, 2014) Houston, TEXAS — Texas Bugs-Or-Us, a leading pest-control company in Houston, Texas, now uses the FLIR ONE camera during all bed bug treatments. The state-of-the-art thermal camera provides visual indication temperatures reached sufficient levels to kill bed bugs during the treatment process. As of now, no other pest-control provider uses this equipment. A modern infrared thermal imaging solution, the camera comes in the form of a 3.9 ounce attachment that snaps on to the iPhone5 or 5s.

Included is a long-wave infrared sensor. To obtain thermal images or video, users press a single button. The unit can detect temperatures of up to 212˚F and has a battery life of two hours when used continuously. It is sensitive enough to detect temperature variations of as little as 0.18˚F. Bed bugs heat treatment using FLIR ONE camera is visual proof the temperature went to what it was supposed to. No other pest control business is using this proven system for the bed bug heat treatment process.

“Bed bugs are hardy creatures,” Calvin Thigpen of Texas Bugs-Or-Us said, “That’s why they proliferate so easily. The FLIR ONE thermal camera addresses the primary means to eradicate bed bugs – high temperatures. Our technicians use it as visual confirmation to ensure the success of each treatment and service call.”

In addition, the company utilizes GreenTech heat treatment equipment suitable for killing bed bugs, cockroaches, termites, spiders, and ants. This equipment includes the eMaster heater, high-power air movers, plus electric and propane heat treatment systems. Several different packages are available depending on the equipment and capacity needed. These range up to high power air flow systems with ducting, hoses, and more for pest control providers.

Together, the equipment used and thermal camera allow for the most reliable, effective bed bug treatment in the industry. For more information on Texas Bugs-Or-Us, its pest control services, and free quotes, go towww.texasbugsrus.com

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